Ex-Athiest writing a book on how to save you godless heathens

hi there friends. i am an ex athiest and im a putting togethter a book/blog for christians about understanding and then saving athiests. I PROMISE, I AM NOT TRYING TO SAVE YOU! but i would greatly appreciate your input.

like i said i used to be an athiest. actually i was more of an anti-christian. i was very thorough wile compiling my arsenal of anti-christian material, and was very articulate when fighting christians. i had a long list of great arguments against christianity, but i could use more.

lets face it. alot of christians are annoying, i agree, but the big idea here is that most christians have absolutely no concept of life without god. so they dont understand athiesim at all. one of the purposes of my book is to illustrate that athiests are not all terrible satanists. that alot of them are actually really good hearted people.

if you are willing to help me out i would appreciate it. if not, feel free to tell me to go to hell lol... please respond to the following 2 statements/questions

what is your best argument against jesus. not god, but jesus specifically????

what is the most annoying thing about christians? or what do you dislike about christians???? 


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Comment by Strega on January 17, 2013 at 9:11pm

Have you noticed, Robert, its always the shirt that gets winey, its never the wine that gets shirty.

Keep the drink, lose the shirt - their respective characters demand it.

Comment by _Robert_ on January 17, 2013 at 9:24pm

this is why black is the new black....or perhaps red is the new black. In any event, Christianity is the most annoying thing about Christians !

Comment by CJoe on January 17, 2013 at 9:43pm

judging by some of your responses i can tell that many of you know absolutely nothing about christianity or the bible or the history of it.

I find it odd that you, only having been a Christian for two years, seem to think you have a better grasp of the Bible than I do, or many of the other atheists here that have spent the majority of their lives as Christians. I was a Christian for 24 years of my life, and both of my grandfathers were preachers. Most of my life was spent in a church learning theology. I would say that it is your understanding of the Bible that's lacking.

By the way, which denomination do you now consider yourself a part of? If you say "none", I will assume you're "non-denominational", aka Evangelical.

Comment by Jimmy Russell on January 17, 2013 at 11:15pm

I can feel my brain cringing.  Your OP comes of sounding like something Kirk Cameron would say as if he were presenting it to children on PBS.  Fucks sake man.  I would LOVE to hear your position on why you now believe in your religion and what miracles you say you have witnessed.  Please, preach to me.  Please. 

Comment by Unseen on January 17, 2013 at 11:29pm

I was a Christian through my late teens and even considered the Episcopal priesthood. I lost my belief when I started studying logic and philosophy. However, I too have seen a miracle. David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear and David Blaine levitated.

Comment by Suzanne Olson-Hyde on January 17, 2013 at 11:52pm
@Kris Fenstra - Self-publication is the only way for this charlatan - but the editing would cost him a very big bag full of money.

@Blaine - I haven't recovered from the last charlatan yet :)
Comment by matt.clerke on January 18, 2013 at 1:13am

10/10, well done Troll. Had alot of us fooled. Bye.

Comment by Strega on January 18, 2013 at 1:16am

Spectacular, Nate!

Comment by Stutz on January 18, 2013 at 1:24am

with out a doubt, i have felt more judgement from atheists in my 2 years of being a christian than i ever have from christians out of my 30 years of atheism.

I think you'll find atheists are going to be more personally confrontational and forthright, especially on the topic of religion, which can be interpreted as being judgmental. In personal interaction, most Christians are going to want to shy away from the topic, and will usually be more coy and defensive. However, I think the situation is reversed when you look at the broader culture. Christians organize and fight the culture wars with much more focus and enthusiasm, and enjoy the implicit support of their overwhelming majority. These are typically the issues atheists object to when they describe Christians as judgmental. 

Comment by Brenda Lee on January 18, 2013 at 3:18am

I've only been here two days, but it seems to me that you've come into this online community looking for an argument. I think your entire story is fabricated. And quite frankly, I don't need you to convince Christians that I'm not a Satanist. I don't think you could have said anything dumber. 


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