What is logical, reasonable or even comprehensible about death, especially your own? This life is a blessing and I’m enjoying it to the fullest, but it ain’t gonna last. I plan to live a long time. In fact I already know I will live well past 100… it’s in my genes, and sometimes you just know things deep inside about your future. I’m not even middle age yet. I will outlive many people reading this now, some are much younger and seemingly further from The End. One day I’ll be an old man, but you’ll be dead.
But about Christianity in general, there are so many different denominations and traditions you can’t even treat it in general. TV evangelists have arrived late in a game that has been playing out for 2000 years. You can look to plenty of bad Christians to justify rejecting Christ and God in general, but they’re not faithfully representing Christ. In fact the people that get the most press in our media are failing Christ or using God and Believers for personal gain... that's what makes the story interesting and worth air time to sponsors.
No one can prove or disprove God, but there is evidence that should make most want to look into it. That is, considering everyone knows we won’t be staying on earth. So what’s next? Ok, you can believe your fate is no different than the roadkill you passed on the way.
What if we aren’t just higher animals? I don’t think we are. We are spiritual beings and God is spirit, so everyone will find God by the spirit, beyond reason and debate. Some people wait until they’re on their deathbed before it becomes clear and they’re shaken out of denial. That’s fine, just don’t wait too long.
See, I’m late for everything, even church… which is why I’m also going to live into my one hundred and teens… I just don’t get around to things, even dying.
Here's hoping you (the reader, whoever) have a deathbed and not just a sudden departure if you haven't pondered these things beforehand.