This isn't a thread for bashing any religions, I am just interested in what faiths we have here on SS.org. It's always good to see what other people believe and learn about other ways of thinking. Personally, I think I'm an agnostic theist. I believe there is something, a deity or force at work but that it is beyond our comprehension. I think that maybe God is not the creator, but the very act of creation itself; a basic equation underlying everything, driving life and existence in ways so infinitely complex and seemingly intelligent that in order to understand it, we must become God-like ourselves. I was a Christian when I was younger, partly because I went to a Christian-ish school and because I was young I assumed that God was real, and that there was an afterlife. As a kid, it's scary to assume otherwise. Then I thought I was an athiest, but I grew disgusted with the behaviour of atheists and their militance. Because I believe in a degree of spirituality and a high-level of things, but am equally behind science, I think agnostic theism fits best for me. It's non-committal which is good when a lot of people expect you to take sides. So lets hear what you have to say, what do you follow and what do you believe? I don't want comments on other people's faiths unless you're genuinely interested in learning more.