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GrandmaDeeDee

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About GrandmaDeeDee

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    Writing, reading, small DIY projects, and discovering old TV series I never knew existed
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    I'm mom to three adults, grandma to five. I left the church at the end of 2003 and took a couple of years to realize the break was permanent.

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  1. Another point, in case it helps: Even believers acknowledge that the chapters and verses in the bible weren't added until much later. https://www.biblegateway.com/blog/2016/12/where-do-verse-and-chapter-numbers-come-from/ So you need to stretch the point even thinner to convince yourself the mathematics have some hidden meaning. DD
  2. Thanks to all for the warm welcome. One of these days I'll try to edit my testimonial down to a manageable size, but in the meantime I look forward to participating. I went through a very lengthy thread in the Lion's Den the other day: y'all are good!! I'm neither scientist nor logician so I'll leave the debating to those who know what they're doing. Had to laugh at the irony: all the talk about humility among believers, but honestly the best lesson I've ever had on the subject is realizing I used to sound like them. cha·grin /SHəˈɡrin/ noun
  3. Hello, Ex-C community. I've roamed these forums on and off for over a decade, since shortly after deconverting about 15 years ago. Mine was a traumatic exit from the church, then it took me a few years to realize that the break was permanent. I'm an older woman (as implied by my name, I guess). I came to faith for the last time in my mid-30's, after a couple of decades of trying to find my way to something in which I could honestly believe, trying very hard to make a spiritual home somewhere. I blindly accepted the lie that children require spiritual training to become moral adults
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