As I was the one who asked for an "I don't know/I'm not sure"-option, I think it's pretty obvious how I voted. I'm born and raised in a lutheran country and I have of course been socialized into that to some extent. As a kid I read a "children's bible" that my grandmother gave me as a birthday present (I have always loved reading, and as I was young and innocent I guess I found those bible stories quite cool in their popularized form) but except for that my upbringing was free from religion, as my parents are atheists (certainly my dad). My parents decided not to baptise me, as they thought that it would be better for me to decide myself whether I wanted to become a 'real' christian when I grew up. I'm very grateful for this, even though it implies that if I would have been struck by lightning when I was reading my children's bible, I would burn in hell as we speak. I am grateful for that, because I have only once felt faith (more about this soon), and therefore I don't think I should belong to a church. Some days I really feel that there is no god (and neither any gods), but most of the time I'm reasonable enough to admit that there might be such an entity. What my relationship to this possible deity might be, I do not know. The one time that I did feel faith, which was on the bus home from school of all places, the feeling just came to me, for no obvious reason. As this is about five years ago, I don’t remember exactly if I perhaps was pondering about religious questions, but as I remember it, it was totally uncalled for. So how did I react to this feeling? I oppressed it, which sounds terrible now as I think about it. Anyway, I haven’t felt like that since then, and I’m a healthy young man who isn’t baptised nor confirmed, and I have left the Swedish church (until year 2000 Sweden still had a state church and until then all newborns automatically became members of it).