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Full disclosure: I have been a hard-core atheist all my life. I have also been fascinated by religion all my life, causing Christians of many flavors to think I want to be "converted" to their beliefs. Where I live now, I have friends who are devout Christians. As is Christian practice, they endeavor to convert me to their belief system. Many Christians I have known have been very intolerant. For example, my daughter is a lesbian; quite a few Christians go ballistic about homosexuality. However, my current Christian friends are quite tolerant and accept homosexuals into their church, and claim they would welcome me as an atheist. I doubt they started out that way; so somehow they changed many of their beliefs while still hanging on to what they consider their core belief. So, the questions I pose (and will ask on several other active religious boards) are:

Have you ever changed some of your beliefs (religious and otherwise)?
What impelled you to make such changes?

Interpret, embellish, vary, as you find most appropriate. Thank you.

Stephen Kahn (living on Whidbey Island in Puget Sound)
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