Hey, I’m glad you like the blog :)
In answer to your question, this is a tricky one.
It really depends on a couple things
- how close you both are to each other
- how you think it may affect the relationship
I obviously can’t say anything to why she believes that stuff, but it’s probably something pretty important to her. So it comes down to, can you put up with it? And do you think she can deal with you expressing a disbelief?
If you think it would negatively affect your relationship with her, and you’d rather keep things good between you, and it’s not really all that bothersome, then just let it be.
Sometimes things like this are just not worth the bother and heartache.
But, if you think it won’t cause a big issue, then sit her down and have a gentle conversation with her about how you would prefer she not share her beliefs with you.
Be sure to let her know that you respect her and the friendship you have, and that you don’t want to lose it or change it. But also be firm in letting her know that these beliefs are not your beliefs and that you would rather she not share them with you all the time.
Don’t try to convert her or tell her she’s wrong, unless you know for certain that this will not cause a rift. Because doing that absolutely can cause them. If, later on, she seems amenable to such discussions, then go ahead. Just don’t do it at the first conversation.
I hope this has helped :)