I believe in apologizing to the people I have wronged, (whether deliberately or accidentally), when I see that I was in the wrong, and I regret it. And I also really appreciate it, and find it easier to forgive people, when they apologize to me. Which I guess is sort of like the non-Christian version of that. :)
You're obviously a really nice person! (As based on our previous interactions.) So I've got no problem with you being a Christian. I've only got a problem with Christians who use their religion as an excuse to arrogantly judge, condemn and hate on other people, y'know..? Or think less of them for not being Christians. Plus I hella take issue with certain parts of Christian dogma. Like for instance..? I utterly reject this whole "sin" thing. As it's got such yucky, guilt laden associations. And it's also so arbitrarily defined! Like: perfectly normal, perfectly harmless parts of being human are considered "sinful", in spite of hurting no one. "Sin" is basically anything and everything the Christian god, Yahweh, doesn't like. As according to the Bible. Which at least to me..? Is just really freaking oppressive and unreasonable! It encourages mindless conformity and obedience, and makes people feel ashamed to be human. So to me..? My moral compass is all about determining: does or does not a certain action hurt people, or the world at large? Which, if it does? It's an immoral action, (to varying degrees, depending on how serious the imposed harm actually is), that should be avoided. Whereas if it doesn't? There is nothing immoral about it! And it doesn't matter one bit what it says in some holy book, that's actually plenty full of immoral teachings in its own right.
Someone who doesn't believe in the existence of victimless crimes.
Non-Abrahamic, somewhat anti-Abrahamic, spiritual person.