Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally finds a religion. He was an atheist previously.

Updated On 26 May, 2017 Published On

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg who has considered himself as an atheist since a long time seems to have new found interest towards religion and religious beliefs. Looks like he is finally contained after finding reasons to believe in God and with his new Harvard degree that he earned from the college he once dropped out.

Mark’s Facebook id revealed himself as an atheist until a few years ago but with 2017 beginning there has been a new change in his heart about his religious beliefs. Recently on Christmas, the 32-year-old millionaire was seen sharing a Christmas post wishing all his fans, followers, and well-wishers a Merry Christmas. Well, he even asserted that Religion is very important.

The even interesting part of this story is that when one of the commentators asked about him being an atheist he responded by saying “No. I was raised Jewish and then I went through a period where I questioned things, but now I believe religion is very important.”

He didn’t provide details about his faith. The title of his holiday greeting on Facebook was “celebrating Christmas.”

He and spouse Priscilla Chan met with Pope Francis at the Vatican the previous summer and examined how to convey correspondence innovation to the world's poor. Zuckerberg said at the time that he was awed with the pope's sympathy.

Zuckerberg has likewise developed an enthusiasm for Buddhism, which his significant other practices.

Amid a 2015 outing to China, Zuckerberg went to the Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi'an and "offered a petition for peace and wellbeing for the world and for my family," Zuckerberg posted at the time, including a photograph of himself bowing before the Buddhist point of interest.