I've been going to church since I was 6 years old. I've went to my fair share of Christian summer camps, and I've met some of my best friends through the church. However, as time went on, and as I to questioned the beliefs that I had been taught to adhere to, I steadily began to lose my faith in God. I can't remember exactly when it started to happen, but over the past few years, I have now come to the point where I find the argument for God's existence completely unconvincing. I simply just don't believe. I don't see how, or why for that matter. How is it possible for God to be the loving figure that Christianity claims Him to be and for the world to be the way it is (and has been) at the same time? If God loves us all unconditionally, and has the power to do anything at the same time, why does He allow for so many people have do die such untimely deaths at the hands of injustices, famine, and disease on a regular basis? Why does God need the satisfaction of knowing that humans, who are by nature imperfect and prone to making mistakes, believe He exists to allow them to live forever in Heaven, and to let the rest face eternal suffering in the fiery bowels of Hell for not choosing to believe? Am I missing something here? Is there some glaring hole in my logic that I have yet to see? Am I asking too many question? Am I just being a naive, attention-seeking teenager for questioning whether or not He exists? What do you guys think - what do you all chose to believe?