"DoctorVanNorstran What you have proposed is known as Pascal's wager and is something Philosphers have discussed for some time and they have found many logical wholes in it. By the way I am religous and do not condone people mocking those who are religous or those who are not. I believe in respect for others."
Pascal's wager comes down to the following logic "It's better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it."
It is perfectly logical. Imagine a normal day, and you have a concealed carry permit and a .45 acp sidearm at home. You can carry it on you all day, or you can leave it at home. If it was me, I would always carry it.
Or, for example, you could carry your cellphone every day, or leave it at home. However if you end up in a situation where you find out you needed your gun, or you needed to make an emergancy call, how would you feel if you left it at home?
It's better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it.
Perfectly logical. There's no reason to go through life without being saved, unless you love certain sin(s) too much to give them up. But, if that's the case for you, at least admit it. To say that it's somehow not logical to believe in the LORD because you don't, is, well, illogical.