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Pretty much. God, my mom would tell me over and over again "honor your father and mother, so that you may live a long life". Or that I had to listen "because she was the mom". Nothing past that but circular logic. And for a smart, stubborn kid who wouldn't take that for an answer, it was unacceptable and led to rebellion.
I mean, in the grand scheme of things I hate religion. I'm as anti-theism as it gets. But when it comes to the average religious person I don't hate them. I dislike their beliefs, but I don't hate them.
I have a lot of experience with religion since I grew up in a fundamentalist family. I'm able to use their perspective and point out the problems. Usually they stick to throwing out random verses or using personal experiences to justify their belief. At which point.... there's nothing you can really say.
Hmm, you could've. If you're talking about the chess website then it's possible - I don't know where the chat bar is, if there is one. If you're talking about in intjfchat then I don't remember you typing anything. You kinda just seemed to have passed out
I mean, I don't really question my own intellectualism, but I absolutely do question my knowledge in pretty much any area. Even in an area that I would be considered by almost anybody to be knowledgeable about, I still get self conscious about it. Even in an area that I grasp better than almost anybody with very little effort comparatively, I feel like I don't deserve that/I didn't actually learn it. But I'm rambling/probably not being relevant. My apologies about that.