Category: I Quixed Faith Goodbye

I’m just disappointed in myself. Let me have that, I ask. Dialectically, I’m allowed to have two thoughts in my mind simultaneously: I’m not living up to what I think are realistic standards yet I know I’m putting in a great deal of effort.  If I’m honest I don’t put in enough effort, though. What […]

The last few days I’ve posted about the last few months before I deconverted. In looking back, I can pinpoint when I stopped believing in the tenants of Christianity but I couldn’t figure out when I stopped believing there was a god, but now I’ve found it. This was written on May 27, 2015, on […]

This was written on May 12, 2015, on my other blog, quixotic faith. This is something that has been highly debated in Christian circles for centuries on whether or not a person who has accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior could ever become “unsaved” or lose their salvation. I have nothing new to add to […]

I wrote this May 10, 2015, on my other blog, quixotic faith. At the time it was hard for me to share and I was scared of the response. This is part of my deconversion story and I’m not ashamed of it nor does it make me feel weak. This is going to be difficult […]

I’m exploring the months leading up to my deconversion. This is from my post written on December 4, 2014 on my previous blog, quixotic faith. Jesus spoke to me once, through a dream. He met me in a biblically themed pub. Let me just say that I find this really amusing. I feel like Jesus […]