Atheist Mommy writes about her recent experience in a Christian chat room:
I became the hated one. Left and right they were throwing verses at me and telling me that god will show me he’s real one day soon. So I stopped them and said “Isn’t it funny. Isn’t it funny how before you knew I was an Atheist you all were so very nice and we had a good conversation about the bible and now your trying to tell me I’m wrong and you’re right.” Morality has been thrown out the window.
This is why I fight. This is why I’ve made a blog, several forums and a shop/website. This is the blinded stupidity I’m fighting against to make this world better for all children. There is no reason why we can’t agree to disagree. Not once did I tell them they were wrong. I didn’t go in there laughing at their childishness for believing in such fairy tales like a god. At least not until they belittled me and told me their god was going to make me see. Apparently if you don’t believe in god you also can’t see.
When it comes to converting others, many Christians seem to believe that all other considerations are secondary at best. There is little or nothing that they won’t do and, in the process, they demonstrate just how thin their faith really is — they demonstrate just how little they adhere to their own ethical standards and how little they really have to teach others.