‘Teen Mom 2’: Why Kailyn Lowry Doesn’t Believe in God

by Jeremy Spirogis
Kailyn Lowry

Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry has been outspoken about her opinions.

Kailyn Lowry | Jared Siskin/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images
Kailyn Lowry | Jared Siskin/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

Something she’s adamant about is her belief (or shortage indeed there of) in God.

Why Kailyn Lowry hasn’t thought in God

In her 2014 book, Pride Over Pity, the fact celebrity describes the reason why she’s never ever already been spiritual.

“Just like some Catholics quote Bible passages to support their views, I look to the many experiences in my own life that have proved to me that there is no reason to believe,” she typed.

Lowry’s never yearned for the community faith provides many people. And religious reasoning never already been believable to her.

“To me, blind faith in the unknown or in an after life is just an excuse to believe in something other than yourself. My perception of the universe is more existential. I believe in myself. Why believe in what’s basically an imaginary friend? There are other ways to explain the mysteries of life. I believe in science. Science can clearly debunk religious myths and provide concrete answers to what religion tries to explain through stories,” she typed.

Lowry claims she gets everything people typically have from gonna chapel, through the gymnasium.

“I understand that for many, being part of the church is comforting. I go to the gym to obtain similar effects. Physical and spiritual all in one for the price of twenty dollars a month!” she typed.

The truth star didn’t develop religious salvage when it comes to occasional Now we lay me personally down seriously to rest bedtime prayer, which she defines as a “morbid way to end your day” and a “cheap way to try to get into heaven even if you weren’t particularly religious or a good person in life.”

“I suppose my scientific mind is the result of having no religious influences during my childhood. I don’t remember my mom ever taking me to church or encouraging prayer,” she typed.

Additionally, Lowry does not just like the concept of some kind of presence after demise.

“The idea of living after my bones wither to nothing is more disturbing than comforting to me. Living forever, as though we are never truly put to rest, is a scary thought. A true end to our lives seems more natural,” she typed.

But, perhaps primarily, the reality that bad things occur to great individuals does not remain really with Lowry.

“For me personally, faith produces more concerns than responses. Like when anyone state, Life’s a test. I’ve watched a lot of great individuals come to be engulfed in sh*tty circumstances, to locate convenience for the reason that concept. Why would a god place individuals through awful things? We don’t care if you’re testing myself. To me, that is like saying Jigsaw had been undoubtedly performing a righteous move by torturing strangers in Saw,” she wrote.  

Being respectful of other’s opinions

Though Lowry’s enthusiastic about her opinions, she tends to make a place is respectful of these who will be spiritual.

“Even though I have strong opinions I try to respect other people’s beliefs,” she typed.

And she’s sorry if she’s offended anybody.

“I’m comfortable and satisfied with my own beliefs. There’s nothing anyone can say to change my view. I apologize if I have offended anyone,” she typed.

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