Why has church become so boring?

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asked Nov 19, 2019 in Religion & Spirituality by Gen007 (320 points)
Why has church become so boring?

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answered Nov 19, 2019 by Jamie (22,470 points)
Church has always been boring at least for me.

I stopped going to church when I was old enough to stay home by myself because I hated going to church and my mother always said even as a 2 or 3 year old I would fall asleep in church because I was so bored.

I could never sit still very long in one place and hated being inside on a nice day listening to all that boring fake stuff that the pastor is preaching about.

It's the same old stuff they are talking about and in my opinion they are just preaching about things and praising a god and Jesus that doesn't even exist.

Praying is a waste of time as well as going to church but if people want to waste their time sitting in church for hours on a Sunday then they can do so but leave me out of it.

I'm no longer a believer in god and haven't believed in god since I was around 10 years old and I always hated having to get dressed up on a Sunday and be dragged to church.

There's a lot of things that I could be doing on that Sunday other than sitting in church.

Also the preacher once said in church that on Sunday you should not work because it was a day of rest and to work on Sunday was a sin.

Well I told him that he was committing a sin because he was working on Sunday and he then couldn't answer that question.
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answered Nov 29, 2021 by Walidant (2,770 points)
edited Nov 30, 2021 by Walidant

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