Please share the experiences you've had with Christians who ask you questions like, "Do you know God loves you?" Or, "Do you know where you will go after you die?" I ask this question because I had such an encounter with someone today at the bus stop on my way to work... Because I am insecure in not believing in Jesus as the only way to salvation I got apprehensive when asked, "Do you know God loves you?" Therefore I replied emphatically, "Ah, No~! No, thank you." The gentlemen saw my Ron Paul Button and asked, "You're a Ron Paul Supporter?" I replied with, "Yes." He then said, "Well, that's good. If you were to die right now, do you know where you would go?" I then said, "Ah, No~! No, thank you. I am not interested..." Before he left he said, "When you die it will be too late." At that I thought, "Oh, if only I had all the time and knowledge I have accumulated at my finger tips that is so devastatingly challenging to everything you think about Jesus and God." I guess I agree a bit with Michael Tsarion in that it is time to start educating these people rather than just ignore them. I mean, I shouldn't give them all that authority on the subject. On another note though, since I can't prove anything anways, next time I think I will respond to those questions with the following: ""Well, a few years ago I had a very liberating, spiritual, and religious experience from my encounter with Buddhism that I considered I was experiencing the Love of God. Experience God in that moment of ecstasy however, I am very reluctant to associate that experience as God because I have the impression that most Christians would not feel comfortable with that so, I assume I was getting in touch with what Buddhists call Dhamma." I think an honest reply such as that would be best because it is honest and is much better than trying to debate who is Jesus, What is Christianity really, so and so forth because, I can not prove it, I mean, I research and watch a lot of challenging programs that bring up a lot of good points that threatens today's Christianity. If they ask what would happen after I die if I die now I will just say, "Have you read the Tibetan book of the Dead? I agree that is what happens after you die." So, that was my experience and intended plan for the future, how was your experience?