How do you guys deal with people who are believers? Like maybe your family for example. In my case I'm not 100% there is no god, as I have no proof, but I can't say I think there is one either. I have been like this for a few years. I've tried to believe in Christianity, and I guess I may have at one time, but now at least I just can't really get myself to believe in it. I just can't see why God, if he exist, would let so many people die and get hurt. I also can't see how Christianity is right and everyone else basically is wrong. Many religions think theirs is the right religion. I can't see why so many people blindly believe in something like this and if something good happens they say it was because of God. Or they might think something and say it's God's will. If I told my dad and that side of the family that I don't believe in God... well... idk what would happen. They would flip out I'm sure. They don't question their religion though apparently, unlike me. I see so many ''Christians'' that don't even act very Christian, except at church on Sundays. Even when I believed fully in a God, or at least I guess I did, I questioned things with Christianity that didn't make any sense to me and it got me in trouble with my dad. I can't imagine what would happen if I told him I don't believe in God. I still go to church with the family when they go, because I'm hiding that I don't believe. There really isn't anyone I know that I could ask what they think I should do, as it would then of course give away that I don't believe. Note: I'm in America, not France as some may think. So ya, I'm surrounded by Christianity all over the place.