I used to think Christians were people who liked to eat crisps.
I thought that if you prayed really hard you would become pregnant. I later thought that kissing got you pregnant.
I used to believe that Muslim women had to be covered up 24/7 and couldn’t even wear t-shirts because that would be considered “immodest”. I mean, how could they go swimming (I know know that they make special swimsuits for that, but I obviously didn’t when I was growing up), or take baths/showers?
I used to believe that the concept of dinosaurs was just another theory told by evolutionists. I didn't believe that dinosaurs actually existed. It’s amazing now to think about how God made those creatures, and hilarious to think that I was opposed to the idea!
I thought that "heck" was a less horrible version of hell for people who were only KIND OF evil.
For some reason I used to think Moses was another name for Bugs Bunny. I think it had something to do with seeing a picture of a donkey called Moses, because the ears looked kind of like Bugs Bunny ears. There was also no-one religious in my family to tell me otherwise.
When I was six or seven, I thought that characters from Greek mythology really existed! This was because I saw a cloud shaped like Cupid and thought it was him in disguise. Also, I imagined Atlanta in a tracksuit and glasses and Aphrodite in a modern ball dress for some reason. I also thought Psyche was a little kid for some reason.
I heard the song about Heaven being a place where nothing ever happened and thought, "What a boring place."
When I was a little girl I used to think that every time it rained it was because the angels were sad and crying.
When I was little I thought the organ at church sounded so scary. I thought they were trying to summon monsters like Frankenstein so I would cry and that's why I stayed in another room as they played the organ