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Granger...you are normally so well-written. You do realize that "Islam" is not a country.....Right?

But, first, you are using the Persecution Fallacy. Just because I find your belief a little silly, it doesn't mean I am "attacking" you. I find it absurd that the gigantic majority of Americans who are Christian claim they are being "attacked" every time a court rules in favor of the Constitution and not the Bible.

My entire family and most of my friends are Christian (mostly Catholic). I love them no less, nor do I ever "attack" them. I even go to church with them on holidays occasionally to experience celebrations with them. I'm sorry your father was, seemingly, unreasonable.

I agree that most Christians I know are kind and giving people, and strive to be "good" people. But, that doesn't mean they cannot be simultaneously supportive of murder, torture, and genocide. Americans are overwhelmingly Christian, and overwhelmingly supportive of the bankster takeover, the wars of aggression, and killing little brown children because their parents are Mooslems. You tell me?

No, the US is the most religious nation on earth, and most homogenius (mostly Christian, whereas nations like, say, Syria, have a large mix of many) Israel has many more atheists and non-religious people by percentage. Most European nations are triple the percentage of the US for non-religious and atheists. The only nation that comes close is Turkey.

"If being an infidel works for you, by all means, enjoy, just don't forget, Christians may openly disagree, but they are not promising your death."
Um....an "indidel" is not synonymous with "atheist". An infidel is someone with a different god belief. And, why the absurd "promising your death" thing? That's a bit odd, I would never make that claim.

Don't worry, I'm not going to attack you.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain