The 55-year-old actor said: "I grew up with Christianity. Always questioned it, but it worked at times. And then when I got on my own, I completely left it and I called myself agnostic.
"Tried a few spiritual things but didn't feel right. Then I called myself an atheist for a while, just kind of being rebellious. I wasn't really. But I kinda labelled myself that for a while. It felt punk rock enough.
"And then I found myself coming back around to just belief in- I hate to use the word spirituality, but just a belief in that we're all connected."
In 2017, Pitt revealed details about his Christian upbringing to GQ.
He explained that he grew up in a family that attended a Baptist church and described it as the "cleaner, stricter, by-the-book Christianity".
He then said when he was in high school his parents joined a "more charismatic movement which got into speaking in tongues and raising your hands".
While he gave a negative approach to his parent's faith, Pitt gave some sort validation to speaking in tongues saying: "I know they believe it. I know they're releasing something. God, we're complicated."
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