^ Ironically, that experience with the cross necklace made me more suspicious about Christianity instead of more faithful. When I was in college, I originally majored in physics. I couldn't understand how a cross could do that, and I didn't think God would break the laws of nature that He created. I didn't know about psychosis at that time, but I felt that something wasn't right. There was another experience before this that also bothered me and caused me to be very confused. Six months later I stopped going to church. Another year later, I went to a therapist and learned about psychosis. I started reading about the origins of Judaism and early Christianity. It's too complicated to explain, but it has been my obsession for the past 6 years to deal with what happened to me in 2009. I guess I am an agnostic now.
Sorry to ramble.
Edited by Bob L., 12 October 2016 - 03:04 PM.