Questioning faith takes courage. Leaving your religion can be life-shattering.
You may be experiencing varying stages of doubt, crisis, and recovery.
You are not alone.
The fastest-growing religious group in America is the religiously unaffiliated.
78% of those who identify as 'None' were raised in a religion.
6 in 10 Millennials leave their faith.
Dare to Doubt is a resource hub for people detaching from belief systems they come to find harmful.
Maybe you're just beginning to question. Maybe you left your faith years ago.
Here are some of the things you can find...
In my experience, the one thing that helps most is knowing you're not alone, that there are others here just like you.
~ Ali A. Rizvi, ex-Muslim
Spotlight: Things We're Loving
A Memoir of Spiritual Warfare & Sexual Purity
by Alice Greczyn, Founder of Dare to Doubt
“A necessary addition to the literature surrounding spiritual abuse.”
— Garrard Conley, author of New York Times best-selling memoir Boy Erased
“Greczyn’s journey will become required reading for those seeking to heal from religious trauma, recover a sense of purpose, and rebuild a life worth living.”
— Jessica Wilbanks, author of When I Spoke in Tongues
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Hi, I'm Alice! Welcome to Dare to Doubt. You can read more about why I started this site here. If you're curious to put a voice to a face, you can listen to me being interviewed by the Graceful Atheist Podcast and learn a bit about my story and why I started this resource site. Wherever you're at in your own journey of doubt, I hope you feel welcome!