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Clint Eastwood doesn't know in what to believe


Clint Eastwood doesn't know in what to believe

Sunday, March 27 2011

The great actor/director has some serious questions about his religious beliefs.

"I was born during the Depression and I was brought up with no specific church. We moved every four or five months during the first 14 years of my life, so I was sent to a different church depending on wherever we lived." said Eastwood.

"Most of them were Protestant, but I went to other churches because my parents wanted me to try to figure out things for myself. They always said, 'I just want to expose you to some religious order and see if that's something you like'. So although my religious training was not really specific, I do feel spiritual things.

If I stand on the side of the Grand Canyon and look down, it moves me in some way." he added.

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