1) Have you ever been to church?
Yes, my family made me go to church when I was younger. I never felt what they did, so it was always boring.
2) Do you have any Christian friends or family members? If so, what do you think of their faith?
Kind of hard not to when you live in the Bible Belt. lol. The vast majority of my family and friends are liberal Christians so it's less of a point of contention. Not that I could have a point of contention, I'm not out.
3) What do you think of Christians?
They are people. They can be good or bad.
4) What do you think of Jesus?
He seemed to have some ideals that were ahead of his time (in general, not altogether), but he also had plenty of issues, and he still couldn't condemn slavery. Most certainly not a perfect individual.
5) What do you think of the Bible?
It's interesting as set of documents from an ancient culture, showing their mythological beliefs and cultural 'values' and norms. As a guideline for how to live and base one's morality from it's absolutely terrible. It should be seen from a historical standpoint, nothing more.
6) Has anyone ever preached to you personally?
I can not think of any really strong cases. I'm not out to the majority of people, so the majority probably just assume I'm a Christian.
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 understand that they have that belief deeply ingrained in them, and they think that it's the right thing to do. They only do it because they care. However, I'd prefer them to not, because I don't want any rifts to form between us.
8 ) What are your biggest objections to Christianity?
The texts from which it is based on combined with the Christian claim that they are the bastion of morality. The Bible is NOT the "good book". It is full of blatantly immoral atrocities and the "morals" it prescribes are barbaric and absurdly wrong going by any standard of morality we could base out of avoiding what really harms other people. And no, the New Testament not only does not right all of these wrongs, and for a supposedly all-knowing, all-good God, it doesn't even make sense.
The Bible has no place in modern society aside from being material to research the mythology and ethics of an ancient culture.
The way that the religion twists people's minds also really bothers me. The fact that they throw away value for this life for Heaven (this can go much severe than one might imagine). The fact that when a natural disaster kills a bunch of people, the survivors are praising God that they weren't taken. The fact that God is praised when doctors using human knowledge save someone's life. The fact that my past oboe teacher who did so much for me and got me back into school does not at all take any credit for it as she's part of a church which tells her that she has absolutely no value without God.
Also, the way which Christianity provides a cloak of protection for sexist and homophobic individuals. Absolutely disgusting.
9) Hypothetically speaking, if the claims of the Christian faith were proven true beyond a shadow of a doubt, would you become a Christian?
Well, I would naturally have to become a believer, but I would not become a worshiper. As I said above, the Bible is too immoral. I stand for what is right.
10) Describe your beliefs about God, salvation, the afterlife, etc.
There is no reason to believe in God, salvation or the afterlife. I have looked carefully at the world and universe around me, and they do not even begin to suggest a deity or an afterlife.