Comparative Religions

I'm taking a class on this subject, and the more I learn about religions the less I feel inclined to willingly follow a specific doctrine. That's when I stumbled across the term 'spiritual agnosticism,' which Wikipedia's definition includes, "spiritual agnosticism claims that innate morality and common ethics are far more important than differences in beliefs. A spiritual agnostic would say "It doesn't matter what religion you call yourself a follower of, nor does it matter whether or not you believe in God. What matters is what you do, not what you believe." And I couldn't have wished for a better description of my faith.
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1 Response Jan 30, 2013

I love this definition, especially "What matters is what you do, not what you believe." It fits perfect with today's world where many people pick and choose what they will acknowledge in their chosen religious belief.