Is it any wonder then that, through early indoctrination while the critical mind is still developing, we almost without exception go on to inherit the precise religion of our parents and surrounding culture?
No. Of course not; it's only natural of course. But that doesn't say much for the actual truth of that particular religion, does it?
"A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything."-Nietzsche (1844-1900)
Christian's creation theory is bullshit.
Most people think that you need a god to explain the existence of the world. They point to the complexity and order of the universe as sure proof that it was designed by a conscious entity, but stop one short step of reaching the glaring conclusion of their logic.
Such an intelligent designer, one might presume, would have be fairly complex and ordered itself, wouldn't it? Perhaps even more so than the universe. So then what created god? (God wasn't always there, sorry christians.)
It is a giant leap from "We can't yet explain every aspect of the natural world" to "God did it." To rid us of a natural difficulty, the theist has invented a supernatural one.
(hopefully no one finds offense in this one)