I thought this was fun -- I've been having a good time skimming thru the answers: Ten Questions for Atheists About Christianity
What really strikes me most about the questions is how astonishingly naive they are, makes me wonder how thick the bubble is that student is living in.
If you're just interested in knowing what the questions are, here you go:
1) Have you ever been to church?
2) Do you have any Christian friends or family members? If so, what do you think of their faith?
3) What do you think of Christians?
4) What do you think of Jesus?
5) What do you think of the Bible?
6) Has anyone ever preached to you personally?
7) How would you feel if someone tried to persuade you to believe in Jesus? Would it make a difference if that person were a stranger or if they were close to you?
8 ) What are your biggest objections to Christianity?
9) Hypothetically speaking, if the claims of the Christian faith were proven true beyond a shadow of a doubt, would you become a Christian?
10) Describe your beliefs about God, salvation, the afterlife, etc.
You can see what I mean about naive, esp. since these questions are coming from an American. #1, 2 and 6 are particularly jaw-dropping.
It does make me wonder what questions I, as an atheist, would ask a Xtian (or any theist). I can only think of one thing that baffles me: what convinced you that the supernatural is real?