frrostedman wrote:Otherwise, you are wrong. Bona fide Christianity is spread through education and the grace of God, and the anti-Christians seek to eradicate it by negative-indoctrination.
Teaching a child to think for himself is negative-indoctrination? That's all I want to do.
frrostedman wrote:I call it negative indoctrination because the militant Atheists, Agnostics, Progressives, Feminists, Gay and Lesbian activists, et al... are going about it by choking off the teachings of Christ and making them illegal;
I know of no atheists who have made teaching Christ illegal.
I don't even personally know of any atheists in positions of power who would be able to do such a thing.
frrostedman wrote:Not in the USA yet, but in several other countries, your militant Atheist cohorts imprison and/or KILL people for teaching the Christian ways. On some level I'm sure you see it as justified (i.e. it diminishes the effect of these evil "religious wars" that will wipe out humanity). That's why you and others like you--without picking up a weapon or even so much as taking part in a simple public rally--are aptly labeled "militant Atheists."
Umm, no? Killing in the name of belief or unbelief is not justified at all under any circumstances whatsoever - ever.
I'm sure it makes no difference that I don't match the description of "militancy" that you've just described, and/or agree with making religion illegal, and/or agree with killing anyone. You'll still label me a militant because you're more set on making me and other atheists look bad rather than being honest.
"All of our behavior can be traced to biological events about which we have no conscious knowledge: this has always suggested that free will is an illusion."
- Sam Harris