<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="tahoma,verdana,arial" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">In the end of the day, if you believe in evolution, you are an Atheist. If you believe that Jesus came to die for you, you are a Christian.
If the Christians are wrong in the end, nothing lost. I will end up as a butterfly of just cease to exist.
But if everyone else is wrong, they will spend all of eternity in hell<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"></font id="quote"></blockquote id="quote">
This has been covered many times, but I'll reiterate my position on the matter.
Atheism and Christianity aren't the only two systems of belief in the world, by a long shot. You're saying that you're covered, but wait, wait if Christianity isn't right? What if the Muslims are right? What are you doing to cover this eventuality?
It's worth nothing that less than one third of the Earth's population is actually Christian (quoted from Christian sources which are invariably optimistic) - It's a bit harsh for an all loving God to condemn 67% of his children to eternal damnation, particularly those who haven't even heard of him.
In short, believing in something "just in case it's right" is no basis for rational argument. What if I tell you that unless you poured peanut butter over your head five times a week, you will burn in hell forever? You cannot prove that I'm not right, so are you going to do it, just in case?