close Video Sean Hannity: ‘My faith has gotten stronger as I’ve gotten older’ Sean Hannity opened up about his faith in a holiday edition of “Ainsley’s Bible Study” on Fox Nation, revealing the ups and downs of his religious journey and how his faith has changed over the years. “My faith actually has gotten stronger as I’ve gotten older,” he said. “I would say I realize more than ever that I not only need, but I want, God in my life.” Hannity attended Catholic school as a child but is no longer affiliated with the faith. Known for challenging atheists on his radio show “The Sean Hannity Show,” the Fox host broke down the basis of his faith. “I think of God in an interesting way,” he said. “I think for me is that science is showing us, universes within universes within universes, beyond any imagination that we could ever have. Or you look at Genesis and God created the light and the seven days, morning came, evening the second day. And I believe God created every man, woman and child on this earth. And we as human beings will never, ever be able to understand the majesty of this creation.” PASTORS, WORSHIP LEADERS PRAY FOR TRUMP… Read full this story
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