I had never seen a dove in real life before so I figured they were just mythical beings from the bible
I used to believe that all Christians were English and all other religious people were foreign.
I used to go to Roman Catholic church services on Sunday mornings with my grandmother. During the echarist (I think?) the priest does his "Take this body..." schpeel and the congregation replies "Thanks Be To God". But my little sound holes heard it wrong, and to this day every time I hear the phrase "Thanks Be To God" I think of what I USED to think they were saying: "Thanks Peter God".
I 100% thought God's name was Peter.
When I was five or six I thought that if I prayed to fly I would fly one day.
During church people would sing "Hosanna in the highest", I thought that Hosanna was Jesus's actual name. It turns out it's just Hebrew for "Help us" or "Save us".
I used to think that Christian was an ethnicity
When I was a child, I used to believe that the day was the eyes of God and the night was the eyes of Devil.
I used to believe god is a giant, god is holding the world in his hands and playing with us
I believed that those who died would be resurrected a year later.
ı used to belief I thought astronauts could see God