Does being a "good Christian" matter to you at all?If your definition of one is someone who is kind to and considerate of other people, yes; if it means following the Bible as if it is inerrant, no.
I don't personally really have a definition of 'good Christian' beyond 'good person that happens to be Christian'. Appears that you share the same view from your other responses. Just wanted clarity there; and from what I can gather, the answer is basically 'no, being a good Christian' in some sense beyond being a 'good person' isn't relevant to you.
The implication seems to be that your view/belief is not of sufficient consequence as to warrant consideration for the truth-value of said view/belief.
I think my actions and behavior toward others is more significant than which Bible quotations I do or don't question.
But I'm extending that beyond bible quotations. I'm really talking about the actual existence of an entity called 'god'. It seems to me that you do not establish any level of importance (at least not sufficient importance to warrant examination of the truth-value) to the claim of the objective existence of that entity or said entities particular characteristics. God-belief, to you, is more of a philosophical position that isn't necessarily dependent on objective reality.
Your belief in the existence of god is basically some internal feeling that is strong enough such that, when presented with the question "Does god exist" your answer is 'yes', but not much more beyond that. From the OP standpoint, then, it sounds like logical argumentation or empirical analysis of any kind would change your view. Is it fair to say, then, that your view would change really only through some as-yet-to-be-defined collective of life experiences that change your intuition?