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“We both found that each other was not the ‘scary atheist’ and ‘crazy Christian’ that we were led to believe,” says Julie, a Lutheran married to an atheist.
I’ve reconciled with myself that people express abstract concepts through religion in good, helpful ways and in bad, harmful ways.
I was able to separate my true beliefs from just believing things because I grew up believing it.” Hope says much the same.
“Having my nice little Christian bubble popped has, at the end of the day, been a good thing.
She makes me think first about whether I am expressing the true heart of Islam in what I say.
I am a better representative of my own faith now than before I met her.” Many nonbelievers feel the same.