It's true that Christians are quick to condemn, I'm also guilty as charged. But I learned that not a single Christian has the power to fulfill a single promise found in scripture. We Christians are not perfect, we make mistakes everyday, especially when dealing with the differences of unbelievers. There is only One who is perfect, the rest of us are a work in progress.
If you Christians were a "work in progress," then you would be better than the average unbeliever. But you're not. Christians have always been late adopters of what the secular people have already figured out. They were for slavery until well after everyone else figured out how evil it was. They were against medicine when everyone else knew that it saved lives. They stood in the way of science, and continue to do so today by denying evidence that the earth is millions of years old. They promote the use of corporal punishment, despite the fact that it was proven several decades ago that the practice increases aggression and bad behavior, lowers IQ, and is damaging in other ways. Today, they condemn homosexual people for being the way their god supposedly made them in the first place, and are almost single handedly responsible for abusing and oppressing these people. Christians are below average in human decency.
I don't condemn you for not believing, I wish you the same that the great Apostle Paul wished his audience, "that you may come to the knowledge of truth." The truth is that Christ came into this world to deliver man from his problem, the problem of sin and it's consequences.
You mean the truth that God, with his omniscience, knew every possible universe that he could possibly ever create, including an infinite number of universes without sin, but he decided not to use his omnipotence to make one of those, instead choosing to make one where 1/3 of the angels and the vast majority of people spend eternity in Hell? The truth that God would create people without knowledge of the difference between good and evil, allow Satan to tempt them, and then punish them and ALL of their offspring for doing evil? The truth that he'd choose to make faith in him the single qualification for Heaven, but then hide himself and allow hundreds of thousands of false religions to pop up, making it nearly impossible to find the right one? If the God of the Bible is real, then he's the closest thing to an objective evil imaginable. I would never worship that piece of shit.