Prodigal sons, at a point in their stray, find time to rethink and return home. Mark Zukerberg re-embraces the God of his childhood, returns back to the God of his fathers as he wished us: Happy Hannukkah. ENC.
Mark Zuckerberg reveals he’s no longer an atheist
New York Times
Mark Zuckerberg is a true believer again.
The Facebook founder, who formerly identified as an atheist, revealed last week that religion has come back into his life in a holiday post.
He posted a short message on Facebook wishing his followers a: “Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah from Priscilla, Max, Beast and me!”
One of his devout fans questioned his religious views, writing in a comment, “Aren’t you an atheist?”
“No. I was raised Jewish and then I went through a period where I questioned things, but now I believe religion is very important,” he wrote.
Zuckerberg’s wife is a practicing Buddhist, which he has taken interest in. He even said a prayer in front of the Wild Goose Pagoda — a Buddhist landmark in Xi’an, China — during a 2015 visit.