Is it useful to dialogue with Christians who strongly disagree with you and will probably never change their minds?
It’s debatable, but I generally think it’s a good thing.
This video takes that to the extreme, though.
A crazy, *face-palming*, this-is-going-nowhere conversation, but a conversation nonetheless.
There are moments where Phelps looks like she’s genuinely considering what the atheists have to say… before falling back into the usual fundamentalist rhetoric.
Phelps-Roper is about as Christian-crazy as someone can get, but the atheists made an effort to reach out to her and she accepted. At least they’re trying, right? I think they deserve some credit for that.
(Thanks to Ashley for the link)