Those who are in doubt should ask questions...the Bible is full of examples of those that did just that and more. When it is said to just have faith, it is not a blind something. The only way to have a certain type of faith is to know. I've heard many pastors use the example of a chair. Many people just sit down in a chair, believing that it will hold them. Why? Because, they have done it so many times before and the chair held them. The relationship with God is real and through reading, praying, studying, etc. and living life, Christians see God show up for them all the time.<quoted text>The bible sure does not allow room for doubt and question.
Most Christians get angry when questions are asked.
I keep hearing things like "just have faith" the words are true and good. Well that leaves little to no room for questions.
Telling a child he will go to hell if he does not believe is beyond indoctrination. It borders on mental terrorism.
Who tells a child they will go to hell if they don't believe? Just as with everyday life issues, there are certain things children cannot comprehend at a young age. The age of the child should be taken into account regarding spiritual things as well.