Jordan Peterson’s Daughter Describes ‘Very Sudden’ Conversion to Christianity
Mikhaila Peterson, daughter of “12 Rules for Life” author Jordan Peterson, says she experienced “absurd” peace after converting to Christianity.
The 29-year-old detailed her “very sudden” conversion in an episode of her Podcast last month.
“I have found God,” she said.
The popular podcaster said his conversion took place about a month ago and followed a meeting with a Christian over the summer.
She told this person about four areas of her life that she struggled with and they encouraged her to seek God and ask him to “reveal himself” to her.
“I came home that night, and I was pretty upset with these four major issues, and I was in bed, so I was praying, I was praying seriously… and the next day the four problems resolved themselves. in a way that made sense, “she shared.
“It made sense that they could have cleared up. But the likelihood that the four of them randomly cleared up that day was just too high.
“I also woke up with this feeling of calm that I hadn’t felt. And that was enough. I was like, ‘OK, that’s good enough for me,'” she said.
She also described a powerful dream that she took as another clear sign to become a Christian.
“That loud booming voice just screamed ‘do it!’. And I woke up at 5:30 in the morning thinking, ‘I think I just got yelled at by God. I think it just happened. ‘ This is what I felt.
“It occurred to me that I think that meant just going all out, don’t do that 75 percent.”
Her conversion left her “a little shocked”, but she assured fans that she was “fine”.
“It’s been a crazy month,” she said.
She also admitted that she was “fairly new to this area” and that if she were to define her Christianity it would “probably be Protestant.”
But speaking of how positive the experience has been, she said, “The degree of peace I have had, I’ve never had before. It’s completely absurd. I can’t believe it. “