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I’m not going to hold a gun to anyone’s head, and for that matter, I don’t think that approach does any good.

But, I will challenge bad thinking and present new information, and perhaps it may cause someone to reconsider their beliefs.

Since they apparently really do believe in Christianity, these things can be easily construed in that light and incidentally there are atheists who buckle and give into religions they harshly criticized before. So there is enough uncertainty to keep them from being totally distraught even if it’s not how they’d like things to go.

Many things in life are not what they want and they didn’t hold that against God, so neither would they hold wayward children against that perspective either.

Jesus said, “no one comes to me unless the Father draws him.” Salvation is not a matter of convincing someone about an intellectual issue; it’s about responding to the direct call of God.

And, for the record, I personally don’t believe that it is God’s decision that people are excluded from “heaven,” as it were; I think it’s the individual’s choice.

As best we can tell, humans always act so as to fulfill the strongest of their current desires, given their beliefs.

But I very much doubt that Christians do not have a strong desire to save their spouses, their children, and their best friends from eternal agony.

I take some time to visit atheist blogs – and blog myself – for precisely the reason that I believe one’s eternal destiny is important.They have to accept tons of stuff like that anyway, so it’s really just one little baby step more.Further, if they know anything about your hobbies here on your blog, many Christians it seems, whether they have kids or not tell themselves that our interest in Christianity is because we secretly want to be Christians and/or that God is compelling us back into the fold.Otherwise, they are being disloyal and if they are disloyal, then that eternity of bliss is less certain.Also, your parents can tell themselves that maybe you’ll come around and that your current doubts are all part of God’s master plan.I think the answer to the question you posed is yes, Christians really believe. Seems to me there is only so much they and other Christians can do (didn’t even the Apostles shake off their sandals if their message wasn’t heard and accepted? Should some react in a greater capacity than they have?