My religious views are not very compatible with many people.
Chose my own, parents later followed
I chose truth rooted in fact, rather than "yeah take it on faith".
Raised christian. Was christian until age 34 when I became an informed atheist.
My parents are Christian and I am Christian. I heard arguments against it but I've seen too much evidence in it's favor to consider anything else.
I'm not religious, but I certainly didn't follow my parents.
I was raised atheist and chose my own religion when I was 10
I was raised Catholic. I am now what I call a George Carlinian: "Always be honest and faithful... and keep thy religion to thyself"
Parents, but I like reading about other religions/beliefs as well.
Not at all, christened and chose as an adult to be confirmed (Church of England). The Christianity I grew up with was all about peace and love, treat others as you would wish to be treated yourself, turn the other cheek, you know the good bits. At a young age I took, "There are many rooms in my Father's mansion" to mean, this is one religion, but there are other paths people can follow to arrive at the same place. So love finding out about other religions/beliefs now myself, surprising how much they have in common.
I chose atheism, so neither is a correct response.<br />
I was raised catholic though.