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  1. I was born and raised in a Christian country. Although I know that there is a God and I have felt his presence in my life, Christian teachings disappointed me and I renounced that religion, deducing that religions are not the way to approach God. Ever since, I have labeled myself as a religionless theist. Even so, I occasionally study teachings of various religions. When I happened to open a copy of the Koran, a few weeks ago, one of the verses in the very first page was something like that: 'You cannot convince those who don't believe, because Allah has closed their eyes. Heavy punishment awaits them.' I don't get it. If they don't believe because Allah has closed their eyes, why should they be punished for that? How does a religion that says something so unfriendly in the very first page of its holy book expect to convince anyone to convert into that religion?