I got this message in my YouTube inbox the other day, probably in response to my old and only video in response to the Blasphemy Challenge (no I won’t link to it, I hate myself on video!)
Jesus is Alpha and Omega the Begining and the End.
No one comes to the Father but through Jesus Christ.
Jesus died for our sins so that we can have eternal life through Him. He loves you and does not wish for you to go to hell but to have life. There are two places you can go after death and that is either Heaven or hell. Now in the bible it says hell has enlarged itself meaning more and more people are going to hell and its becoming bigger. Satan is going around and decieving many people in thinking there is no God or there is no heaven or hell. Do not believe satan, for he know his time is running out and he is trying to get as many souls as possible. There is a God and you don’t have to go to hell, all you have to do is accept Jesus as your personal Lord and Saviour. Its not hard at all and only takes a couple of seconds to become saved through Jesus. Jesus only ask of a small favor but, the hearts of men that make it so hard. Please repent, for Jesus is coming back sooner than you think to take back home His saints. But its up to you to choose wether you want to go back with Him and be in His loving care
At first, I thought I was going to be offended. But all I can see is someone who is really trying to… help. It wasn’t threatening, it wasn’t mean, it was an honest to goodness gesture. Normally, I am annoyed by proselytizing, but someone did take time out of their day to do a little something for me, to save me from a terrible fate that they believe may befall me. I can only say, thank you… but I think I’ll be alright.
Many theists, not this one in particular it seems, but some, get deeply offended when an atheist publicly declares his or her non-belief, even in a way that is not meant to convince others. Things like the “Don’t Believe in God?” ads (targeting other non-theists) or attempts at keeping church and state separate spark all kinds of outrage from some theists who wrongly feel that their rights are somehow being trampled. The so-called New Atheists are decried for writing books highly critical of religion, but of course, you don’t have to buy them. If more atheists were to actively proselytize like this fellow above, could you imagine the outrage then?