Lindsay Lohan is embracing her religious re-awakening.
“I’m a very spiritual person and I’m really open to learning,” the Catholic-born actress told The Sun on her conversion to Islam.
Lohan, 29, who was spotted carrying a copy of the Koran while tending to her community service in New York last summer, also admitted that there’s more to the text than what’s been led to believe.
“America has portrayed holding a Koran in such a different way to what it actually is,” she explained, despite having yet to complete it.
“I’m not done reading it.
Do you know how long that would take? It takes so long,” Lohan said.
Though the “Mean Girls” star didn’t divulge into fiancé Egor Tarabasov‘s religious affiliations, she did share that younger sister Ali Lohan, 22, also shifted views.
“My sister is Buddhist, but she is interested in learning other things from me. It’s good to be open minded,” Lohan revealed.
“We all believe in something and at the end of the day, it all ties to a God or a spiritual adviser,” she added.