Nice. Sounds similar to my case, in that early exposure to science made me doubt all of the silly stories they told us in CCD (Catholic Sunday school). I had a few other contributing factors, myself. I had a lot of early exposure to Greek and Roman mythology, plus a lot of exposure to stage magic.
I grew up when Doug Henning had a special on TV, multiple times a year, and was on a lot of random variety shows. After seeing the sort of stuff they could do on stage, the miracles in the Bible didn't seem so impressive, I guess.
Hell, Lazarus could have just been in a coma, but I just saw that girl get cut in half and healed back together. Which is the greater miracle? ^.^
That's a fine explanatory introduction you have written.
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