I totally could too! I admire Patrick. he is so sensitive, sweet, humorous and talented. Pete is particularly adorable, but Patrick completely wins with his character. he has a great voice, he can do the final track all over the world, and he can play the guitar. Plus, there’s just one thing about him that’s appealing enough that I can’t even describe it. I think about it a lot, it’s your modesty. he’s the first to state that he’s not the ultimate, smartest, or handsomest guy anymore, and that I think that purely makes him sexier. Patrick is my beloved FOB member, and he’s gorgeous no matter what anyone else says.
Patrick Stump is a Christian
I think it depends
Not that I know. I think he believes in God, but he’s just not a religious person. That’s what I don’t want to think about and keep listening to Fall Out Boy’s great songs.
no he is british
I did not think about it
A long time ago, Pete answered a question about which members believed in God. (That was before IOH. That was when FUCT had just come out I think.) Anyway, Pete said he believed in God, Joe probably (he’s Jewish) and Andy and Patrick no. However, that was two years ago. Meanwhile, Pete has become confused as to what he believes and who knows what other people are thinking. Patrick was very young at the time (20 or 21 I think) and people change their minds as they get older. So to answer your question, he didn’t believe in God, but the topic hasn’t come up recently, and he’s probably changed a lot since then.
But that really shouldn’t matter. They always make good music. But since you are “Pentecostal” according to your name, please let me say this. I am a Christian and I believe in God, but I believe that all good people go to heaven, regardless of their religion. If they have a sincere heart and are really kind, why should they be punished? Frankly, there are more “religious” people who definitely don’t deserve to go to heaven just because they are “religious”. Please don’t think badly of Patrick if he doesn’t believe in God. He’s still a nice guy, and while you might not agree with him (or me), that shouldn’t change your feelings about him.
And I’m sorry if I sound like a preacher. It wasn’t until I found out he didn’t believe in God that I felt horrible. Part of me wanted to “show him the way”. Then I realized that he is his own person with his own opinions, and that he is a compassionate and caring human being. But I’m sorry for talking so much. I just wanted to explain my thought, useless as it is.
I think it depends
he is a christian