I'm agnostic. I was raised as a Catholic, but I never really got into it. I also didn't agree with some of the traditions. I don't like to get into arguments with other people over religion because 1.) Who knows who's "right" and who's "wrong" and 2.) I don't really care what people practice as long as it doesn't hurt anyone and they don't try to force their religion on others.
And my family fails to realize that agnostic =/= atheist and that there are as many types of agnostics as there are religions.
Agnostic is where you dont really believe anything, right? Thats what I am.
Agnostic right here~
I was raised Christian, but my parents didn't want to force religion onto us. My dad knows a lot of religion and I love to talk on it, but I can't say I have a religion. I do believe that people stepped up to the plate to perform tasks others didn't figure out and tagged them to be a higher being. Someone had to think about drinking whatever came out of a cow's utter.
x3 Also, my next-door neighbor are Mormons.
I'm an Atheist.
Agnostic. I came from agnostic parents, actually. My mom was raised Roman Catholic and my dad was raised as a Lutheran. They both didn't really agree with some of the beliefs, such as "Being gay is a sin", "Go to church every Sunday", etc., ad infinum. My mom's side was active churchgoers and my dad's side was agnostic. So apparently not only am I agnostic, I was raised that way, too. Wierd, isn't it?
I'm a fallibilist, if that counts here. I mostly question Christianity because it is sexist and hypocritical. My parents were both Christians and I go to a Catholic church. I will continue to do so until I am eighteen.