In many areas, you can’t even stay in a hotel without a Gideon-sponsored Bible in the nightstand. You could debate with the Jehovah’s Witnesses, have in-depth discussions with the Mormons, and annotate hotel Bibles with plot holes and original criticisms, but now there’s something much easier and more effective.
I’ve put together some of the best arguments and most damning biblical contradictions from my first book, , into a four-page flyer that serves as a response to common Christian arguments. w=500" class="wp-image-1278 size-full" src="https://davidgmcafee.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/hotel-picture.jpg? w=500" alt="Sitting in my hotel thinking about making a sheet with contradictions from Disproving Christianity to slip into Bibles." srcset="https://davidgmcafee.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/hotel-picture.jpg?
I’m incredibly interested in beliefs and myths and understand that there are good and bad aspects of faith, so imagine my surprise when people assume I want to “destroy,” “obliterate,” or “abolish” religion altogether just because I’m not a believer.
I partly understand the assumption because I know a lot of non-believers who want to do exactly that.
Rape always causes harm – there are times when religions do not. While Harris’ scenario was hypothetical, magical, and – he admitted – inflammatory, there are many people who actively seek to destroy faith-based belief systems entirely.