From the recent Isaacson biography on Steve Jobs:
In July 1968 “Life” magazine published a shocking cover showing a pair of starving children in Biafra. Jobs took it to Sunday school and confronted the church’s pastor. “If I raise my finger, will God know which one I’m going to raise even before I do it?
The pastor answered, “Yes, God knows everything.”
Jobs then pulled out the “Life” cover and asked, “Well, does God know about this and what’s going to happen to those children?
“Steve, I know you don’t understand, but yes, God knows about that.”
Jobs announced that he didn’t want to have anything to do with worshipping such a God, and he never went back to church.
Of course, the most important question was never asked, "What do the starving Biafrans think?" The answer is what happened in the following 4 decades as that region became ground zero for some of the greatest mass conversions to the Christian Faith in the midst of the greatest age of missions (late 20th Century/early 21st Century) in the history of the world.