I thought it was interesting. I'd like to ask that scientist a couple of questions, but I still didn't think it was something over which I would have had the giggles.<quoted text>
Yeah, Mylan showed me, it just gives me the giggles.
Of course, it has been the brunt of a lot of hate from Christians, because it means they didn't really make a choice about their decision to be theistic.
The thing is, most of them didn't make a choice anyway. They were brought up in Christian families/communities and therefore became Christians. Changing sects of a religion is not exploring different religions. It's finding something within the same religion you like better than you liked about the last sect.
So there are really very few decisions made based on actual study and participation in a religion before the decision is made.
Many claim to have done so, but in actuality they may have read a few lines written by someone outside of those religions and made a choice against it. I would say that's the case for about 80-90% of the people in this world.