Well, here I am.
I'm Morgan. I'm a fifteen year old male student. I attend a prestigious high school in Wellington, New Zealand, land of the long white cloud. Though I'm just your average teenage kid really. Maybe on the " highly gifted" side, but I don't put much faith in the definitions of gifted that those tests provide.
I do however put great stock in my education. I don't think it's as important to learn facts, as it is to learn to think properly. The former, you can learn for the price of overdue fees at a local library. The latter is not so simple. I do my best.
I'm interested in a lot of strange things for someone my age. Sure, I like girls, and music, and art, and books, and movies, and and all that. But I also like discussing politics and morality and religion. Not so mainstream.
Which brings me to Beliefnet. I got referred to the Belief-O-Matic in an opinion poll on Facebook, of all places.
I started my spiritual journey without having delved into the subject much, as you do. Some friend tricked me into coming to a non-denominational church in Wellington, called Arise Church. I went and still attend, but I really wasn't keen on what the Bible said, and how that was interpreted, and I really lacked faith.
I still call myself Christian a year and three months later, but it would be more accurate to call me a Unitarian Universalist. I am not sure, so for the present I refer to myself as Christian in conversation for practical reasons, though I am open about my thoughts on the matter.
All I do know, is there is an element to the world that cannot be explained by science. I do think that there are things that we will never be able to explain either, and there are things we will never be able to prove.