Of course, it seems pretty unlikely that you actually believe what you wrote. It is most likely that you believe it will be too late after I die. My fate will have been sealed, so that when I finally have PROOF of the truth, it will be too late to change my course (how perverse is that?). That's the standard Christian teaching. That's why there's all the weeping and gnashing of teeth at the FINAL JUDGMENT that determines who gets thrown into the Lake of Fire. Does that sound like a place anyone would "choose" to go? Of course not. You attempt to rationalize the doctrine of hell is a total and complete failure that makes a mockery of God as the Supreme Judge. It contradicts both logic and the traditional Christian teachings.