Guest Blogger: Sheldon Cooper

NOT THIS SHELDON COOPER!
Bio
Sheldon Cooper is actually a pseudonym - an hommage to the character in the popular US sitcom Big Bang Theory.  So this is a real person using the name of a fictional television character to hide his real identity.

Sheldon was born into a fundamentalist Christian family.  He made his profession of faith at only five years old and went to a Southern Baptist College for a year where he worked on a Biblical Studies minor.

A nervous breakdown cut his studies short after one year and he still suffers from OCD and depression.

A crisis of faith lead him away from Christianity back in 2010 and around 2011 he began to consider himself Agnostic.

He is also a moderate libertarian politically, very anti-war, pro-civil-rights and pro-small-government but he seldom handles political issues on his blog.

Like me, Sheldon lives in a lower-middle class suburb.  But unlike me, he lives in a small suburb called Granite which is near St. Louis,  Illinois that's well-known for industry.

Sheldon posts on his blog, The Ramblings of Sheldon, whenever he's not busy putting in 40-64 hours a week at his job in the warehouse industry.

Guest Posts

Sheldon Cooper, From Christian Fundamentalist to Closeted Agnostic Blogger (Part 1)

Sheldon Cooper, From Christian Fundamentalist to Closeted Agnostic Blogger (Part 2)

Sheldon Cooper, Confronting My Past

Blogs

The Ramblings of Sheldon

4 comments:

  1. If you're saying you've really got OCD, you should put it CDO, in alphabetical ordrer. A fellow OCD sufferer!

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    1. I've heard that joke before, but it's still funny :)

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  2. What is this about how you have to continue to attend a church? I seem to have gotten a little lost among your blog posts and if you didn't say that, I apologize. If you did, could you explain why you still go to church? Thanks, Melody.
    P.S. I am not on Google Circle but on Facebook under Melody Hartwell.

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    1. It's a long complicated mess. I ask myself why I still have to attend. Mostly it's because of problems with the family, and I'm not ready emotionally, or in other ways to cut ties with family (which I know I will have to once I come out, they're that intolerant).

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