Question 15

QUESTION: Why do you think you shouldn’t tell religious people they are/might be wrong? -Alcari

ANSWER: I remember my mindset as a Christian. Until someone is ready to accept questions about their faith, you might as well be talking to a brick wall. It’s not my job to convince anyone that what they believe is wrong. I don’t mind debating with someone on even ground, or putting my thoughts and ideas out there, but I did enough proselytizing as a Christian to last a lifetime. I do, however, wish I could go to each of those people I tried to convert and tell them I was wrong, and apologize to them. –deletedsoul

5 Responses to “Question 15”

  1. Michael says:

    Ok, sure, it is rarely productive to try to convince a christian to actually think for a change, but will you deny it is FUN to argue with them? :)

  2. noname says:

    It’s also fun to kick cats and hear them screach. I think that deletedsoul is right. Leave people alone. If they want to have a conversation with you, then have a conversation. But if you just want to get in someone’s face then you are EXACTLY the same as the christians who wont leave you alone and try to convert you.

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