I used to believe god is a giant, god is holding the world in his hands and playing with us
ı used to belief I thought astronauts could see God
I used to belive god lived up on the clouds
I used to believe the Golden Calf produced liquid gold instead of milk.
when I was a child I used to think that Bible was a sacred Book
Minty wasn't the god of maths
When I was younger, i used to believe I had a devil and angel on my shoulders
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!
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.
When I was a little girl I used to think that every time it rained it was because the angels were sad and crying.
I used to think everything was made by god.
Due to hearing something wrong after asking a question (asking why god needed our tithes since he could poof some dollar bills into existence), for a long while I thought that after Jesus supposedly resurrected, he moved to new york and lived in some insanely expensive apartment. I had basically zero understanding of time or anything, so this made sense at the time- all I knew about Christianity was God made the universe, became Jesus, died and resurrected.
When I was little, there's was a carved portrait of St. Martin de Porres on a particular wall in my room. I used to think that the guy in the carved portrait was actually what God looked like. So, to me, God was a black man wearing white robes. However, I had a kid's Bible of the white Jesus variety (to those who still don't know: Jesus was a Middle Eastern man, what with being a Palestinian Jew and all) so I thought Jesus and all other characters from the Bible were actually legitimately pink people with funny noses. Thus, the Holy Trinity: black God, pink Jesus, and a white dove for the Holy Spirit.
I used to believe God was real.
Because of all those fat Buddha images (which, by the way, don't depict the actual Buddha), I used to believe that Buddhism was all about gaining weight. Ironically, I've ended up becoming a Buddhist myself - and I'm still skinny!
I used to believe that God looked like "The Head" from Art Attack. I don't know where in the world this belief came from...
For a long time after I had the Sunday school lesson on "God formed Adam from the dust of the earth" I thought parents made their babies out of dirt and the color of the dirt used was how skin color was determined
I used to believe that when it was raining God was crying.
Before I was born my parents had a "painter" paint a mural in my room of angels. For some reason this marvelous painter painted a bunch of little angels with 6 fingers on each hand. As I grew up I thought it was a common known fact that all Angels had 6 fingers.