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Arielle N.

Location:

Austin, TX
Hometown: Houston

Member since:

February 10, 2013

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What is your favorite type of beer?

Taste-wise: Stouts. But these things get so heavy. As much as I feel the urge to try every micro-crafted beer ever made, I've been realizing I can't do it and that I'd often be happier drinking light beers. Stop judging me! Once session-beers really take off in this country, I may be jumping on that.

What perspective are you coming from? (faith background, philosophical worldview, etc.)

From Mormonism as a background. Agnosticism now. I doubt anybody really could use one term to describe their philosophical worldview.

What is a topic you might like to discuss sometime?

I did!

Introduction

I was raised Mormon, and that's totally informed my thinking, but I no longer believe in Christianity, much less Mormonism. I think the mysteries & possibilities are amazing and wonderful. It seems to me that all religions point toward truths.


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