Thank you. I've been wrestling with this intersection of faith for a while, almost silently because it's just too scary to discuss, especially with people I used to worship next to, and especially because being in this intersection means I don't trust God, and if I don't trust God, if I doubt his existence, I'm hell bound. And if I sway anyone to have doubts like me, I'm sending them there with me... You see where I'm going. What do you do when your childhood faith starts to feel like a fairy tale, or when you're eyes are opened to how leaders control people through faith and it makes you question how that ties into a book you once deemed holy? At any rate, I appreciated the honesty in this article. I know there are a lot of people out there who are questioning the things they grew up believing, especially in our current time of uncertainty. It still feels lonely, though.