I thought I would put up a section if for any reason you should be interested in christianity and my take on it. If you are not, don't read on. This page should have been entertaining enough already as it is ;-)
I'm not interested in church architecture anymore than you are. I don't like classical concerts and organ music much. The only thing about christianity that will be my reason to write this is the living God. Many of you have no idea what I'm talking about. That's the point, because many of you have only met the church in some distorted way through people in it, rituals in your society, programs on TV etc. and this has shaped your idea about what christianity is. Not your fault, you're part of culture too. But all of this is various kind of expressions, some are bad, some dead, some pretty good, some truly from God, but you will never know christianity before you give Jesus a try yourself. By that I mean; you must meet the living God and then you will know for the first time. And all your questions will disappear or be different, your objections and conflicts with church as you know it is not personally relevant to you anymore. Can't explain why. So what if you want to meet this Jesus? Well, it's quite difficult to provide a universal pointer - a guide that works in all of the galaxy - but trust your gut feeling. A christian fellowship should be living, loving, inviting and serious about a lifestyle with Jesus. Then it doesn't matter if it's protestant or catholic or any of the regular derivations thereof. Be confident that even if you don't know God, he will also provide your gut feeling on this issue.
One generally pretty good way to check out Jesus is taking what is internationally known as an "alpha course". It's a down to earth introduction to christianity in a relaxed setting where you can ask any question and will receive some knowledge of the whole thing. Through such knowledge you get to know Jesus better, appreciate him and his teaching, understand the parts of the morality you already like and also you will better understand some of the parts that still offends you. You should also expect that it takes a bit of prayer at some point to really let him meet you. If you wanna take the journey alone, just open your Bible and read one of the gospels, John for instance.
So, you're a rational person and cannot believe in God? Luckily christianity has a very rational world view! There are many sources out there defending christianity, one would be William Lane Craig whom I really enjoyed videofilming in a debate here in Copenhagen against a local atheist. But even though I'm a very rational person myself, I have found that my faith in God can never be based on arguments. If my feelings are not in it, if I don't "open up", I will not get what I really want inside; living water - as Jesus frames it. It's a beautiful perspective on the life you live now and on the future you will have for all eternity with a Father in Heaven and a community of Love. No fear, at all.
BTW, I was once interviewed by BibelTV about my life, TYPO3 and faith, watch it here.