Just as in everyday life, just as everyday on this board, if you really believe in the inward parts that you are/were the perpetrator against God and not the other way around, you would be honest always that you are not the victim. That is true for all.
If they claimed that our Lord had a demon what will they say about you?
If all would just reflect before submitting a comment... I am guilty of this in times past. I claim no side of the issue except for Messiah.
We are all products of our upbringing and environment, so I can understand that you feel a certain way about this subject. I have no idea what it's like to grow up in Greece. Here in the USA we have a choice. And praise the Lord that we do. An education for a child is essentially the forming of the child's mind. To think certain ways. To value what the teacher teaches. It stays with you for life.
Now... if I dont believe in evolution(as an example). I have a choice to do the teaching for my child, instead of a state paid teacher. This is just one example of course.
As a man who went through the state schools, I can attest to the power of the experience over the mind. Peer pressure is also very powerful in that setting. But, here we have a choice. And I tell you the truth that my children are smarter now than I ever was in state school. Hope this helps you understand. God bless
From what it sounds like, the Lord is separating you from the world. Count it all joy my brother. Always remember this about the Lord who preceded you- Isiah 53:3 He was despised and rejected by men; a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief; and as one from whom men hide their faces he was despised, and we esteemed him not. So it's no surprise that his saints would experience the same as him. For we are being conformed into his image unto sanctification daily as we walked with him. I'll tell you what, I'd rather have this than all the "friends" in the world. One things for sure when you experience the new birth... not many others have. And it's heartbreaking when you don't find hardly anyone else with the same joy. But it taught me not to find comfort in the flesh of others.