Yes. In fact everyone is born a "non-believer" until someone else fills their mind with a particular religious doctrine.
When I was growing up your parents decided you were going to church. It wasn't like a child had a "choice". Otherwise I would have stayed home and watched "The Lone Ranger", "Charlie Chan" "Zorro", and "Abbot & Costello". No child begged to go to church.
Believing is something that is taught or passed down from adults to children. Rarely do you see a person who is a believer that was not "indoctrinated" early on in their life.
It's more of a challenge to question religious beliefs after having them ingrained repeatedly during your "formative years".
Afterwards it's "abnormal" having the courage to question religion.
Adam lived to be 930 years old.
Noah had his first child after he was 500 years old.
God created foreign languages because of the Tower of Babel
Jesus died on a Friday and rose on Sunday. (That's 3 days) Really?
Once one studies the origins of the bible and how the document was actually (put together) during the cannon process which determined which books to include and exclude you see politics in action.