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Henrik, best of luck to you in this. I was also raised Christian and ended up leaving because I could see the falsity within the religion. When my family realized my step away from the faith I became a person headed in the wrong direction. All that I was taught in the faith had all the sudden been forgotten by those who were preaching it. Hypocrisy at it's finest.
Having a good relationship with your parents is a great step and your journey is a personal one and they should not reject it so you should talk to them about it and open up. Don't be surprised if they cannot accept it though because many cannot and of course this depends on what flavor of Christianity they've evolved in and what type of Christian influences they've had. Some Christians tend to reject even those they love if they don't believe the same way as they themselves do.
If someone converts, they basically start believing in what another human being has faith in. The conversion is not necessarily a conversion at all, it's a surrender to a doctrine delivered by humankind and a faith that what those people say is actually truth. Leave the beer behind and be who you are and it's OK. I, WE, They cannot and should not try to convert anyone. That's not what it's about. We can plant seeds is all and if the seed is planted in fertile ground it will grow.
Best of luck you regardless. Be honest with yourself and honest with them hopefully they will accept you for you, and not for who they expect you to be or become. Your journey is no longer clouded and this is a good thing because there are so many people out there who simply follow that path laid before them by those who don't even know where that path leads to or why it's even there.
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