Jinger Duggar Vuolo Calls Childhood Religious Beliefs "Cult-Like"

Jinger Duggar Vuolo shared she grew up "injured with nervousness" from her family's strict convictions.

a disputable Christian association established by Pastor Bill Gothard, sharing how she currently sees the practices she was once committed to

"[Gothard's] lessons were so destructive, and I'm seeing a greater amount of the impacts of that in the existences of my companions and individuals who experienced childhood locally with me,

The 29-year-old, whose family shot to popularity on the attention show 19 Children and then some, made sense of that growing up, she was shown to do specific things in acquiescence to God

"[Gothard's] lessons basically depend on dread and strange notion and leave you where you feel as, 'I don't have the foggiest idea what God expects of me,'" she said.

That vulnerability is something Jinger recollects when she recalls when she and her family went to play broomball.

"I figured I could be killed in an auto crash on the way," she told the power source, "since I couldn't say whether God maintained >>

" that me should remain at home and read my Book of scriptures all things considered."

Per the power source, Jinger began to scrutinize her conviction framework in 2017.

Presently, she is as yet a Christian with an alternate way to deal with experiencing her confidence who is completely isolated from IBLP.

E! News contacted Bill Gothard and the Foundation in Essential Life Standards for input, and has not heard back

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