Is your version the right one? We get christians here all the time trying to tell us about their religion, but there are so many version. Hundred, if not thousands. If I were to become a christian, I have no idea what I am supposed to do to do it right. Do I need to be a biblical literalist, or am I free to interpret some bible verses as I want, the way so many of the believers who come here do? Am I going to hell if I don't believe, or is there really no hell? I don't know which way to go on that one, because I hear so many variations. So if I go to the link that you have so generously provided, will it be THE one that will get me all saved and stuff?
I hate having to ask so many questions. I realize that christians aren't supposed to do that. But I'm not a christian yet. So I hope its okay that I am so curious. Under these specific circumstances. If you're is the right version, I promise to be compliant and all that stuff. But its gotta be the right one. I'm picky about my delusions.
Oh yea, and when is god gonna test me. I've been around for decades and nothing yet. My life has been quiet, pleasant and without major mishap. So many of my christian friends have died of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, alcoholism, drug overdoses, bad accidents and one even died of yoga. But me, I'm just breezing along. Did my choice to become an atheist when I was 11 mess up my opportunity to have a real icky death that would be a trial from god? I keep hearing about people being tested by god. Their faith, I mean, not their intelligence. He knows better than that, I'm sure.
Fifty years later I'm still waiting for something horrible to happen to me. Would I have already felt gods love if I'd stayed a believer?
And money. This link guy, does he want most of my money or all of it? I'd have to budget for that and details would really help.
Oh yea, and I don't know much about Hinduism or Sihkism or Judaism or Jainism or Tenrikyo or Zoroastrianism or Druidry. I assume that since I am ignorant of those and other religions as well, that you are also concerned about my not finding their gods.