Losing My Religion and MY Faith Addiction

My Life Unplugged: “Losing My Religion and Finding Myself” I lost my religion and faith addiction in 2006 after going to college. However, I don’t know if I should be called a just an atheist as this is too limited to define my disbelief. Thus, I am best described as an Axiological atheist: (Ethical/Value theory Reasoned and Moral Argument driven) Atheism, Anti-theism, Anti-religionism, and Secular Humanism I also value Ignosticism or igtheism. My college classes on religion removed my faith, replacing it with facts showing religion should not be trusted. The two college books that helped me learn where:   Understanding The Bible – By Stephen L. Harris – (7th Edition) Living Religions – by Mary Pat Fisher – (6th Edition)   I was raised Christian and lived my whole life in believing the Christian faith. I could have never been touted as a holy person or a true follower of the Christian rules. My life more often resembled the sinner than the saint. However, I truly believed what was taught to me about Christianity was the truth. Though, I nitpicked and had qualms with some of the philosophy, I still wholeheartedly was a believer and felt I was born again.    So what changed? Reasons for or Types of Atheism   The beginning of the change was getting a bachelor of arts in Psychology, grasping critical thinking, rational analysis, universal ethics, and the need of proof. However, the true starting point was Biology. In essence, learning that we all begin as female and it takes specific processes to turn into a male. But what fully made me “change” was two...