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1) Have you ever been to church?
Four or five times. Hard benches, crappy stories... Mostly old people. Didn't like it much.
2) Do you have any Christian friends or family members? If so, what do you think of their faith?
Some family. I don't care what they believe as long as they keep their beliefs away from me. All my friends are atheist with varying degrees of caring.
3) What do you think of Christians?
I do not.
4) What do you think of Jesus?
At best, some two thousand years or so since dead guy. I don't care.
5) What do you think of the Bible?
Toilet paper of the fiction genre.
6) Has anyone ever preached to you personally?
Yes. Occasionally, people do try.
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?
I would suffer through the nonsense, call that person an idiot, then preach back some science and knowledge and such. The identity of the person in question is irrelevant.
8 ) What are your biggest objections to Christianity?
The biggest one is its central premises being false, I suppose. It's a primitive ancient religion though, and it would be wrong for me to expect anything else of it. My beef is not with Christianity the old desert religion, it's with Christianity the Bullshit Coalition of Gullibility in this day and age.
9) Hypothetically speaking, if the claims of the Christian faith were proven true beyond a shadow of a doubt, would you become a Christian?
If YHWH did some time for raping that chic, crimes against humanity, terrorism, etc... Maybe. #notmyYHWH
10) Describe your beliefs about God, salvation, the afterlife, etc.
I do not believe in gods; there is no good supporting evidence for their existence. I do not require salvation I can not provide myself with; I'm not in that much trouble. As for afterlife, I can't put it much better than prof. Dawkins when asked what happens when a person dies; "You do the thinking with your brain, and your brain will rot."
On a more general note, what I think about these concepts, is that they are a product of instinctive pattern- and reward-seeking behaviour of primitive men. Instincts are powerful, but most of us are in no immediate danger of being eaten by a higher predator at any time, so... Recognizing patterns where there are none is no longer the more dangerous of the two options. As for reward-seeking? Smoking, heroin, booze, afterlife... Most of us have our drugs of choice. Suck it in in the privacy of your home though. It's not polite to recruit others into your addictions.
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?
Hmm... I might give this a try later.