Bible Talk

“Do we need need to have the Bible talk?” He jokingly said. At first I thought this was a serious question. Was I really about to get into it with an Atheist Norwegian with me, being a Italian- Irish Catholic? Oh, Lord help me.

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No, really. I can’t argue for shit. I’ve never converted anyone. The awkwardness consumed me and caught me off guard. It made me feel very out of place and foreign. I will be the oddball Catholic here. No one else around me is Catholic. No one around me is very Christian.

For the first time,  I feel alone. How incredibly ironic.

My brother-in-law also made a comment that I wasn’t reading the bible. I would feel less alone if I were.

Isaiah 41:10 So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Bible Talk

  1. I recommend watching the documentary called “History of God” which gives a great overview of different religions.
    I grew up Catholic in Texas, but then I travelled and lived all around the world, talked to a variety of people with a variety of beliefs, and educated myself on the topic of religion. Now at the age of 44, I am a very happy Atheist, but maybe you might come to a different conclusion. I hope that you’ll be open-minded based on facts you learn. Best wishes.

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