I Loathe Brainwashed Born Again Christians

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    i am married for 10yrs now, my wife has became a born again christian( sister inlaw got her into it) . now after 10yrs i am getting judge and being labeled as LOST! at christmas time my wife's sister bought her a book saying "for the a christian wife whose husband...
    raine06 raine06
    4 Responses Jan 30, 2009

    What About the Kids Part Deux

    I was forced to go to church when I was very young and they contorted things. like I wasn't supposed to draw a peace sign because it looked like an upside down cross and I wasn't allowed the say gee or gosh. and as I grew up in the church I noticed more and more wrong things. in...
    cassandrathethinkerbleedsteal cassandrathethinkerbleedsteal
    18-21, F
    11 Responses Dec 21, 2007

    He Said It Best.

    "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."   --  Mahatma Gandhi
    EntrepGuy EntrepGuy
    22-25, M
    2 Responses Dec 11, 2007

    I started going to "Open Gym" with a friend in

    middle school at a church. At first it was just an air conditioned hang out place that happened to be run by church people. Slowly they began to cram more and more religion down our throats until it was so cult-like that we referred to it as "Cult." One additional reason I...
    scurvadelic scurvadelic
    26-30, F
    Jun 29, 2014

    My Brother

    has gone over the deep end.  He showed up with the news that "scientists" (the ones who don't believe in evolution or the Big Bang) have found out where heaven is.  His son is at a Thumper College & will graduate with no skills whatsoever. But the...
    londonmolly londonmolly
    1 Response Jul 17, 2008

    Who Do They Think They Are?

    I've been to churches over the years, and I'm getting so sick of the self righteous, small minded christians who think that they are the only ones going to heaven. My biggest issue is with the way these churches treat people with disabilities
    gdgtgrl gdgtgrl
    41-45, F
    2 Responses Apr 19, 2008

    They're Right, You're Wrong.

    Let me just start off by saying that I am a Christian, but I cannot stand these "born again Christians".  I have had a first hand experience with one.  My second cousin, a forty year old, twice divorced, mother of three.  I know for sure that "born...
    urbrandofheroin urbrandofheroin
    22-25, F
    6 Responses Feb 20, 2009

    I'm Angry At My Friend (a Born Again Christian)

    I'm very angry and sad and just needed to get this off my chest. I have a friend from college who is now a born-again Christian. I don't usually care what you believe in, as long as you are a good person and not evil. So the fact that she's a huge Jesus-freak doesn't really...
    Wolfie2010 Wolfie2010
    41-45, F
    9 Responses Mar 23, 2011


    I love Ellie, she's a great friend, who despite what she believes in, doesn't judge me and the way I live my life. Ellie is a born again Christian and has been one for abour 4 years now. I'm happy for her, that she has this thing to believe in but there's a big cloud over her...
    deleted deleted
    3 Responses Aug 13, 2008

    We Started As Friends, Now I'm Apparently Going to Hell...

    I hate that so many of my friends have allowed themselves to get fanatical about their religion. So many people I know just accept whatever the bible or their pastor tells them, and don't question ANYTHING. This is how religions, even those based on love and acceptance, can...
    mbwcm mbwcm
    5 Responses Jul 20, 2009


    Am Godlove Ismail Mziray, i have born in the year 1977 in the Kifaru village, this village there is in the Mwanga District and Kilimanjaro region, i was complete the education of training college for masonry brick work, i was born again in 1997 for time i was islamic region since...
    31-35, M
    Apr 5, 2012

    Its Just Creepy

    I consider those who yell rant and generally ignore or dislike those who are different from them religiously to be brainwashed. And that's not very Christian like at all. We're all people. God loves us all. Although he did give us rules he never yells or forces us to obey.... Yet...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Oct 14, 2012

    If you prefer to believe in a myth over logic

    and science. You have been brainwashed or are missing something like a brain cell.
    sroonaka616 sroonaka616
    4 Responses Mar 19, 2016


    I envy them, that they can believe so strongly in something and have so much faith for something that there is hardly any proof for. That they can be so happy about something that won't happen. How will they be saved? How will we all be saved? Maybe we already have been...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Dec 17, 2008

    Been There, Done That.

    They're just being too extreme. Too obssesed and with this they can no longer see what's going on around them. The belief they profess is no longer being reasonable. And because of all this negatives, I see their beliefs as lies.
    ladyryan ladyryan
    46-50, F
    4 Responses Mar 14, 2012

    Holy $Hit!

    So, I have a background with all of this nonsense, and it was quite a coincidence that the day my anxiety starts acting up again, I come across this article from AlterNet. HOLY ****. This describes my religious upbringing PERFECTLY. How unfortunate. Religious Trauma Syndrome...
    deleted deleted
    Mar 27, 2013

    I Like to Think For Myself, Thank You!

    I'm obviously not fond of this particular brand of Christian, or I would not have joined this group... but it occurred to me that it doesn't matter who they are, I just hate it when someone tries to shove their ideas down my throat! Logical discussions about beliefs and ideas are...
    Jenniedvm Jenniedvm
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Jan 15, 2008


    I used to be involved with a group of these people, and I left a few years ago as I finally got fed up with constantly being told that everything I did was a sin. One of the things they emphasized a lot was modesty. My shorts were always too short. My shirts were always too...
    dramaqueen82 dramaqueen82
    1 Response Nov 2, 2008

    She Used to Be a Great Friend...

    I have a friend who is a Born Again Christian. Well, she was a friend, anyway. She doesn't talk to me any more. Her father (the one who changed her religion) thinks that I am a bad influence. Because of a conversation we once had. About TOYS of all things! Because when I was...
    sheloveshim sheloveshim
    18-21, F
    39 Responses Jul 27, 2007


    I loathe brainwashed (insert any name here)   yeah, that goes for all of you - anyone who doesn't think for themselves
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Oct 10, 2008

    Interesting Selection of Words...

    "Brainwashed" would indicate the use of coercive techniques to change the beliefs and behaviour of Christians. Yet Christ was not an activist. He had no hidden camps where converts were trained in His beliefs. He never raised a hand in violence and told his followers...
    flrider flrider
    51-55, M
    6 Responses Jan 30, 2008

    What About the Kids

    I hate how they brainwash their kids at a young age and program them to say certain things like little robots. then as they grow up the parents control the kids to an extent that when the kids get to be teenagers they are either dumb as dirt or they hate their parents. I know a...
    cassandrathethinkerbleedsteal cassandrathethinkerbleedsteal
    18-21, F
    14 Responses Dec 9, 2007

    Born Again Christians

    My boyfriend is a born again christian and also is starting up a christian band with two former friends that were in the band before.  The girl in the band wanted him to move in with her he said that he wouldn't and when I spoke to her she stated that because she and her...
    ebonyy ebonyy
    2 Responses Mar 9, 2009

    And I'm Stuck With Them!

      The universe must have a warped sense of humor because I, an atheist, ended up falling in love with a man whose whole family is hardcore Evangelical Born Again Christian. Technically he's born again too, but he's long since rebelled against that lifestyle. We disagree...
    cutefactory cutefactory
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Jul 9, 2009

    Walmart Evangelist

    I walked in Walmart and this little old lady tried to hand me a tract. It had an American flag on it. This was in 2004, election year, so I thought it must be Republican propaganda she was handing out. Well, it was, really... I was going to take it and move on, but she blocked...
    homegirl homegirl
    41-45, F
    3 Responses Mar 17, 2008

    I Was Born Right the First Time

    need I say more... Becca
    satinlion satinlion
    31-35, F
    6 Responses Apr 21, 2008

    Loathe? Nah.

    I don't loathe anyone for their religion.  Do they make me sad sometimes? Maybe Do I find them frustrating and disagreeable?  Definitely.
    istruggle istruggle
    18-21, M
    Jun 15, 2008

    The World Is a Wicked, Wicked Place...

    It has been my experience (key words being "my" and "experience") that being a born again Christian means you're also a recruitment officer...for Christ. Because the son of god needs, your help...yeah, right.  That kind of arrogance...as well as the...
    vinividivici21 vinividivici21
    22-25, F
    18 Responses Apr 19, 2008

    But really. Have an original thought.

    Or any thought. My annoyance started with your "Your father died as part of God's plan" crap. It grew with your, "Even though your baby will be a bastard, God may still have some plan for her." bullshit. And now that you've used your judgmental assholery to tell me that single...
    leggomymeggo leggomymeggo
    31-35, F
    1 Response Feb 15, 2014

    So Annoyed With My Born Again Friend

    These past few months I've been so annoyed with my Born Again friend. I honestly did not have problems with her before but it just keeps getting worse and worse. I (and most of the people I know) are Catholics, though we're not religious at all, and my one friend is one of those...
    gonefromtheedge gonefromtheedge
    18-21, F
    8 Responses Mar 28, 2013
    anoymoususer25 anoymoususer25
    26-30, M
    May 31, 2015

    My Sister

    My siblings and I were raised catholic, but in a casual manner. In that I mean that as we entered our teens and began to lose interest in going to mass and all of the other traditions that follow no one protested, and religion fell by the wayside. I suppose I'm atheist now. A few...
    extrasuper extrasuper
    1 Response May 5, 2012

    People of God

    "People of God" If only certain "Christians" could realize that includes everyone! I'm sorry, but I can tend to get a little hostile when "People of God" try to cram their religion down my throat one time too many. I do respect their right to believe as they choose, but: I'D LIKE...
    Penetr Penetr
    51-55, M
    1 Response Dec 19, 2012

    Turned Off By Born Again Christians

    I became a born again Christian in high school. I was lonely and confused at the time. I began going to a youth group and had a great time on the weekend trips. I remember reading the Bible every morning before school and praying. I was content in my new lifestyle. A few...
    BleedinBlue55 BleedinBlue55
    41-45, M
    3 Responses Mar 7, 2011

    I Don't Mind

    I am all for people believing in whatever they want as long as it doesn't harm anyone else.  However, there are way too many people who believe in something but don't know why other than they were told to.  These are the people I can't deal with.  I grew up with...
    snugglebunny156 snugglebunny156
    31-35, F
    2 Responses Mar 12, 2008

    See You In Hell, I'll Save You a Seat!

    I grew up in a small town in Indiana where everyone went to church on Sunday, be it Baptist, Methodist, Church of Christ, Pentacostal, Church of the Nazarene, all my friends were at sunday school.  I went to church too, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis...
    ruqiaraqs ruqiaraqs
    31-35, F
    10 Responses Jul 2, 2008

    Creationist In the Workplace

    Was quite exited to find a baptist, dyed in the wool creationist in the Nursery i used to work in. I explained my stance (strong atheist) and asked her if she minded talking about her religion. I asked for just one thing, that you can't say "God did it!" to every...
    Lazarus42 Lazarus42
    46-50, M
    16 Responses Oct 26, 2007

    Ugg Bible Loving Fools

    thats not to say i don't think everyone is entitled to their own religion. its just their are those that live live BY the bible FOR the bible, and i don't get them.... i mean its kinda crazy to think it has all the answers and then they'll tell you cos you dont know the bible...
    bluebird45 bluebird45
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Jul 16, 2008

    Realy What Is a Born Again Chrisian

    What does it mean "born again"??  It means having a "personal" faith in Jesus Christ    How one becomes a Born Again? This is the prayer that changes your life” (PAY ATTENTION) The Prayer that changes Your Eternal Destiny...
    eyeonu1020 eyeonu1020
    31-35, F
    1 Response Oct 24, 2008

    My Own Opinion.

    Personally, I believe that everyone has a right to their own opinion and their own beliefs. What I don't agree with is how some religions push their religion's beliefs on to others.  I, personally, don't believe in any of the Christian ways. I don't believe in Hell. I...
    eastsidechick eastsidechick
    26-30, F
    14 Responses Aug 30, 2007

    Highway to Hell

    I would ask any Christians out there who are thinking of praying for me to please stop. I'm quite resigned to going to Hell when I die, in fact I'm looking forward to meeting all my friends there. You guys are welcome to go to the other place where you can all practice being...
    cyberkitty cyberkitty
    8 Responses Feb 11, 2009

    *sighs* We Should Just Put Them All In a Room..

    ..and lock the door. I'm not against Christians. At all.  They're a great bunch of people. Until they start shoving their ideas down your throat, which I've found a lot of the "Born Again" Christians do. It just bugs me.  I'm glad they have their faith, I...
    kittenoftheblade kittenoftheblade
    18-21, F
    2 Responses Oct 1, 2008

    My Entire Family...

    They're all brained washed born again Christians. I was for most of my life too. Luckily, I have a mind of my own and am not afraid to use it. I am now Catholic, which I'm sure most of you may not think is any better but trust me, its way way better. I honestly don't think...
    silverlining silverlining
    22-25, F
    10 Responses Jan 9, 2008

    Simply Because...

    I find them annoying as ****. No, I would not like to read your pamphlet about how all the damned souls like myself who are just living their lives are going to burn in some fictitious hell for all eternity, yadda yadda. Thanks but no thanks. The concept of hell is a funny...
    WorldWarYou WorldWarYou
    31-35, M
    17 Responses Feb 26, 2007

    Cloud And Fire Ministries (another Taxpayer Rip Off).

    When I went to college, I ran into a girl, Nila, who found out that I lived near her parents home.  She claimed she had transportation problems and she would like a lift home on some weekend when I went.  I told her that would not be a problem and I told her I was going home...
    radiofreesuttercounty radiofreesuttercounty
    1 Response Sep 15, 2011

    Just So I Have It Straight...

    "The belief that some cosmic Jewish carpenter can make you live forever if you eat his flesh and drink his blood and telepathically tell him that you accept him as your master so that he can remove an evil force from your soul that is present in humanity because a rib-woman was...
    WorldWarYou WorldWarYou
    31-35, M
    7 Responses Jan 14, 2008


    31-35, M
    Apr 5, 2012

    Loathe May Be Too Strong a Word...

    I'm not crazy about using the word "loathe" but I find the situation very frustrating.  The person may be born again, but the brain is frozen in a state of suspended animation.  Their world view narrows down to a single singularity and no amount of reason can...
    SDTerp SDTerp
    36-40, M
    1 Response Mar 11, 2008
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