Death before conversion
If God is all knowing, all loving, and all powerful then he knows the course of action that will unfold in a persons life. If someone accepted Christ at say age 20 then they are very "lucky" to not have died before reaching that decision right? People die randomly (murder, car wreck, cancer etc.) all the time - atheists, christians, and more importantly for this topic potential believers. Everytime I hear a theist say that he accepted christ at again say age 20 I always want to ask them if they feel they are lucky to not have died before reaching that decision (therefore avoiding Hell). If they say they are lucky that means god is very mean to condemn someone he knows would eventually accept christ. If they say they are not lucky and it happens by fate or according to god's plan do they believe that every atheist that dies would never have accepted christ? Obviously if god is all knowing he knew before I was even born if I would accept christ, and would be cruel to even have created me, but that aside its something I always want to ask when I hear a debate - "Since you were a nonbeliever for 20 years, you sure are lucky that you didn't die during the time right?".
Just a thought. Does this make sense? Or has anyone ever asked a theist this - if so what was the response?