posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 01:22 PM
I don't think making fun of Christians is any more morally appropriate than the attitude they've expressed themselves, personally.
Being derisive of them, is only going to cause them to feel justified in viewing the rest of us as being degenerate and going to Hell.
Whenever I encounter a Christian who condemns me, although I usually get angry about it at first, after that, I tend to see it as a challenge. I can
respond to them in kind, with hate and anger, (as I unfortunately have, up to this point) or I can attempt to be kind to them, and demonstrate that,
while their opinion will probably be that I'm still damned, I am capable of morally behaving in at least a comparable manner as those who are
In leaving Christianity, I did have to truly cast myself mentally and emotionally into the fire. My prayer was that if I was truly condemned, then I
would accept that without feeling any resentment towards God; but that I simply could not accept the sort of negative belief system that they have,
any more. I'd rather inhabit Hell with people who know how to treat each other with kindness, than inhabit Heaven with a group of people who insist
on viewing themselves as being superior to everyone else.
So yes, Christians. I accept your condemnation of me. I am lost. I am beyond your help. I hope you enjoy paradise; because I won't be with you.