LIVED RELIGION PROJECT

THE STORIES OF ORDINARY PEOPLE

I’m happy to believe there’s a god, and yet, I’m also happy to believe that there’s death.

I’m happy to believe there’s a god, and yet, I’m also happy to believe that there’s death.

I was raised to believe in God, God Almighty. And I don’t say that I am an atheist, I can’t say it. I’ve always believed that there was someone up there who loves me. I’ll tell you this though. I do not believe in religion. I think that religion is the cause of far farRead more about I’m happy to believe there’s a god, and yet, I’m also happy to believe that there’s death.[…]

I believe in participating in something that’s bigger than me.

I believe in participating in something that’s bigger than me.

I believe in overarching social structures. You’re part of a culture whether you think intentionally about it or not. I believe in participating in something that’s bigger than me. For me, Judaism is a tangible structure that connects to people in other countries. My family is all from Canada. But through marriages we’ve had distantRead more about I believe in participating in something that’s bigger than me.[…]

I am Muslim. But I am also Christian, and I am also Jew, because I believe that religion is one.

I am Muslim. But I am also Christian, and I am also Jew, because I believe that religion is one.

I believe in the unseen. I don’t believe that whatever you see in the world is all there is. That’s the core of what I believe. So the concept of God for me doesn’t have a shape, or a definition, or a set of descriptors that I can just put one after each other andRead more about I am Muslim. But I am also Christian, and I am also Jew, because I believe that religion is one.[…]