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MaddCat0

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About MaddCat0

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    I've been an ex-Christian since I was a teenager. As an adult, I still struggle with the psychological damage that was inflicted.

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    Universal Creator, Lucifer, Beelzebul

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  1. I have been an ex-Christian since I was a teenager. I am going on 35 now, and I still have psychological issues related to having been raised in this culture. My family didn't even push church or the bible on me, and I am still affected! These days I actually have a genuine interest in Beelzebul as a god (he was originally a rival rain god), as well as other gods. My problem is, I still want to believe in a universal creator, but because of our Christian culture, I struggle to worship both a universal creator and the other gods. It feels like they are enemies, and I feel like I am caught in the middle. If only I'd been raised in a Hindu culture! They don't have this problem. They believe in many gods and a supreme universal force, and I envy them. So my question is, how do I completely erase Christianity from my psyche?? Thanks, Erin
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