Something I've been thinking about for quite some time and maybe some of y'all can help me with this train of thought I've been having. I to some degree can understand why people believe or should I say why they have a vested interest in wanting to believe. After all, having a soul means you survive death in a non-physical form. I've always wondered what makes a person of faith think that they GOD they worship is also a member of the same faith? I would gather they'd have to consider it as at best a remote possibility that GOD maybe of a different faith than the one in which they themselves are members. I am surprised how come this question never comes up. I mean trying to state there is a GOD that actually exists, let alone a GOD that is of the same faith seem to be to great quantum leaps of faith here. Granted I am asking alot of them to be rational/logical and consider other options on the table. But just wondering how come this is never used by non-theists in an argument with these people...it seems like a major fly in the ointment. Okay you believe in GOD, but what makes you so sure GOD is of the same faith? Sounds like an SAT question.