Cool. Thanks. Nothing wrong with being a Christian. There are some very cool flavors of Christianity.
I was a hard-kore, rude-n-proud Atheist for 23 years. In fact, my arrest records list ATHEIST as my official State of Texas religion. (Jailers demand a designation in case you die while in custody).
Three years ago I was shocked to discover and confirm that Elites encode all kinds of spooky occult crap into their grand buildings and grand plans. I decided that, even if it was fairy-tale B.S., I needed to get familiar with this stuff merely as a matter of self-defense. I began to study the ancient mysteries, and soon began experiencing synchromysticisms which exceeded the ability of rational thought and science to explain. Consequently, I'm not an Atheist anymore.
I had a weird one late Wednesday night an owl, a rat, and a shooting star while sitting on a stool in my suburban driveway cutting my fingernails and reading. I had just pulled up this Stephen Law atheist book on my e-reader when an owl screeched and swooped down on me, hitting me in the head with the tail of the rat he was carrying. I ran in my garage and got a flashlight. He sat in my yard and stared at me for ten minutes about ten feet way. I got bored and approached him. As he few away, a HUGE shooting star streaked across the sky behind him. Earlier that night I had watched this movie The Fourth Kind about owls, and sent someone a link to the OWL online writing laboratory at Purdue university. Weird stuff eh?
If you being to study The Mysteries, these things start happening to you more frequently. Too frequently to be explained by https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia. Check out Thomas Campbell's Big TOE to find out why. If nothing else, it's a heck of a lot more fun than boring-azz Objectivism.