My mom sent me a copy of D'Souza's What's So Great About Christianity (not a damn thing) about a month ago. She knows I am an atheist but it convinced that it is just a phase I've been going through for the past 20 years that I will outgrow any day now. Denial sure is a powerful thing.
The last time they were here, my mom stared at my atheist bookshelf for an uncomfortable period of time until I asked her whether she wanted to borrow a book. You should remind me to post a picture of my atheist book collection one of these days. Anyway, I expect I'll be asked whether I've read the D'Souza book within a day or two. That should make for an interesting conversation.
Hey, here's an idea: while I'm occupied with trying to prevent my soul from being saved for the next few days or so, why don't you use the comments to share some of your experiences with your parents around the subject of religion? Could be fun.
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