At what point in their lives to people think most about religion/faith/belief?
The following is a quotation from the answer to an unrelated question: “cz western people don’t have time for religion .its when they stand on the end of their life they began to think about their religion.”
I wonder how many cultures have this prejudice about Christianity that it is a religion for death-bed repentance. Speaking for myself, I think far less about my beliefs now than I did when I was younger, and I have the impression here on R&S that most of those who are most worried about religion are under 25 years old.
I have thought of God since early childhood and still do. I’m almost 40.