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  • Writer's pictureJanice Selbie

Alice Greczyn - The Mindf*cks of Faith

Updated: Nov 21, 2022

Trigger Warning: Suicidality Alice Greczyn is an actress, writer, and the founder of Dare to Doubt. Midwest-raised and L.A.-based, the Eurasian performer is best known for her role as Mads Rybak on Freeform’s The Lying Game, and occasionally someone recognizes her from the Twitch-streamed all-girls Dungeons & Dragons group Girls, Guts, Glory. Alice is fascinated by the subjective experience of life which she explores through acting and storytelling. Her own story includes a painful but rewarding transition out of evangelical Christianity, a journey that inspired her to found, a resource site for people detaching from belief systems they come to find harmful. Encouraging people to trust themselves and live courageously in their own truth is what gives Alice a sense of purpose. She loves hiking, traveling, and pondering answerless questions.

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Fernando Silva
Fernando Silva
Oct 13, 2022

She mentioned the Baptist pastor saying "God works in mysterious ways" when his little daughter died.

The thing is, it's also a mystery why God does good things to us. We can't say that shows he's good.

How can we say we know anything about him and his motives?

God's actions aren't any different from chance, random accidents.

Interestingly, the first thing I admitted made no sense was Hell. Like her, I also decided that, if there's a Hell, it's empty because nobody qualifies.

After that first crack in my faith, the rest came much faster.

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