@Boobz I think in real life it would be a lot easier to have a one-on-one conversation. I was a Christian from the age of nine but didn't begin attending a church until the age of 27. It was immediately apparent to me then that much of what was foisted as "truth" was in fact not.
I have given my wife and kids a measuring rod to tell when they are in the presence of religion posing as "Christianity". When they tell you the simple facts about what Christian claims are--great. When they present Jesus in a clear and unambiguous , straightforward manner--fine. it's when they tack on, "and you must..." that I tell them they have run off the rail.
Genuine Christianity is a thoughtful choice made as a result of personal experience and conviction. No one can compel it, no one can force or create it and altering it to make it more fun or appealing or pressured is disingenuous. A person makes a choice for reasons they are convinced are truth.
When someone says, "You need Jesus and you must also..." they have entered the realm of religion and left faith behind.
My best friends were pagans, atheists and agnostics well into my late twenties. I was the only Christian they actually knew well personally and we always mutually respected one another. We could talk late in the night and have heated discussions but we never resorted to, "You're stupid because you think this".
If there is an actual God as Christians (I) believe, it is on all of our sides. No respecter of one person over another, etc. If it is possible to know of this God, it is on that being to make a way to find it--no one should discourage anyone from looking for that or condemn anyone for not understanding it.
And it's not possible on an internet forum, but I guarantee you if you talked with me face-to-face, I could present some things that would challenge your current worldview for explanation.
I appreciate your temperance in our conversation here and think you have a great attitude overall. Thanks.