Since I've come to live at university, one thing I've noticed is the huge increase in people handing out fliers to join christian groups, offering seminars for learning about christianity and even tucking christian messages away inside free magazines dealing with employment etc. The thing is, I don't wake up every morning choosing not to worship a christian God. I just don't believe it. It isn't my choice. I ask some christians why they converted to christianity and it normally involves some kind of feeling of emptiness, a painful life event or something similar for them to turn to religion. However, if there was a God, would he not give us all an equal chance of salvation? I've never had that feeling. Sure I've felt sad, I've had people close to me pass away. But I've never felt empty, like I needed something more. Perhaps it's my way of dealing with things, but that isn't something I choose, it is inherent to me. Anyone else have a similar view on the whole thing?