I Went From Islam To An Atheist Last Night in General Islamic Discussion Posted June 25, 2012 · Report reply Not quite. You see, you can take control of these causes to give cause to right actions. It's much like horse-riding. Even if your horse is not a very happy dude and throws you around left and right just for lulz, you can get another horse for your riding.You can change the way you think and your environment, so on. You can still not steal if you're poor, you can still not be proud if you're famous, you can still not do drugs when they're all around you, etc. I never said it couldn't be changed. Even if we all managed to get to heaven, does that mean it was a fair test brother? The point I'm trying to make here is it could be much much much harder for someone else to come to the right path than someone else. If you're born into a Christian family, you're more likely to stay Christian your entire life. But if you were born into a Muslim family, you're more likely to stay a Muslim you're entire life. Yes, while the Christian can still become a Muslim, it's harder for him. While the poor man can still not steal like the rich man, it's harder for him not to, and easier for the rich man. This is the point I'm trying to make. That it's not a fair test.