Why only question Christianity?

I would like to apologise for my previous article.  I insulted atheists, and it was wrong.  Sometimes my emotions get the better of me.

I would like to ask a question to non-believers.  Why do you seem to target Christianity?  There are so many other religions, but yet Christianity seems to be the only religion worth questioning/attacking.

Might it be because there is something drawing you towards Jesus, and if you can prove He doesn't exist, you can ignore Him?  Might it be guilt? You have abandoned your creator, now you feel the need to prove that He never existed to start with?

It is an earnest question, and I would truly like to know why. 

Also, would you like ALL religion banned from schools, and not just Christianity?

Skoppienaai Sewinduit 2014-09-04 12:30:34 PM
Really we think they're all equally ridiculous. But christianity is the one that's crammed down our throats more often than others, so it inevitably gets targeted most often.
JP Mhle Ngcongo 2014-09-04 12:33:41 PM
I think i've seen this article before. Is it not a repeat? Oh well, i think they target xtianity because most religious people in SA are xtians and its what they grow up knowing.
Guy M Artist 2014-09-04 12:34:10 PM
Simple the majority of wuckfits I deal with sell baby Jesus. I am also guilty of speaking against Islam, Hinduism and all religious paractices, but as I was a Christian I know more about Christianity than any of the others thus I can speak with authority about that wuckfittery, which I cannot about most others.
Thomas Freeman 2014-09-04 12:34:27 PM
Christianity is an organisation whose goal is to produce Christians. Just like Islam and Judaism, Christianity demonises all other faiths and unbelievers. Christians used to behave similar to what Islamic fundies do today and it was science and atheists that tamed the rabid, snarling dog and will continue to do so till faith in God is eradicated to ancient history where it belongs. If atheists are silent the born again relationship with Jesus, Jesus in me and me in him, Charismatic/Pentecostal health, wealth and prosperity brigade will convert the whole world as commissioned by Jesus that they must obey so that he can come back again. They are Gods Mafia, shaking down and preying on the weak and emotionally scarred members of society. They promise heaven on earth and an eternity with Jesus in mansions in the New Jerusalem. Do you think it is okay to enslave people and trap them in bondage to superstitious, ancient, primitive, prescience ideas? The Pastors of these Churches drive the best cars, have the biggest mansions and many even have private Jets. There is a sucker born every second and there is no shortage of sheep that flock to these Churches.
DarkVoid 2014-09-04 12:36:20 PM
Depends on the society you are in, SA has been governed by Christianity for the longest time and still is. There are quite a few laws that are governed by religion even though they shouldn't be. As the previous comment states, it's all religions that are a problem.
Satis Dictum 2014-09-04 12:38:55 PM
We want our children free "from" religion not "of" religion. Scholars at publicly funded schools should be taught about all the bigger religions. They should not be required to participate in religious practices. No one religion should enjoy preference over others. They should equally be taught about religious scepticism. The religion of a teacher should not be allowed to influence what is taught. There needs to be adherence to a curriculum.
Wehr Wulf 2014-09-04 12:41:18 PM
Relax, all religions are targetted. Xtianity just happens to be the dominant one in this country. All varying degrees of nonsense.
ThinkingApe 2014-09-04 12:49:39 PM
We seem to 'attack' only Christianity because that is what gets sprouted here on this forum. The Muslims seem to have the good sense to stay away, lest they expose their beliefs for what they are.I personally do not 'attack' Christianity but I do question the deluded on the thinking behind their beliefs. "... if you can prove He doesn't exist, you can ignore Him? Might it be guilt? You have abandoned your creator, now you feel the need to prove that He never existed to start with?" All the arguments for and against the existence of God have lead me to believe that he cannot exist, not does not. I test my thinking here.So far no good arguments to change my mind from my agnosticism. And yes of course ALL religion should be banned from schools. How would you like your child subjected to Satanism classes?
Balstrome 2014-09-04 01:06:48 PM
Your religion has a god, then it is a target for me. Anytime you use a device that give you ultimate authority, I will fight you.
RabbleRouser 2014-09-04 01:12:58 PM
The reason why Christianity features so prominently on the News24 forum is because it is the predominant religion practiced in South Africa. And furthermore, most of the atheists publishing articles and comments were at some stage under it's influence. In other words, they may have been brought up in a Christian environment. Banning religion from schools, not just Christianity? I'll give my personal opinion:- No. However, it should not be the de facto religion applied at the school. In other words, I would advocate that schools should be secular. The school can then optionally provide a period for religious studies for pupils that wish to participate. Those that do not wish to participate should not be compelled to subscribe to any religious teaching. It comes down to a question of choice. In short, no public school should adopt an 'official' religion. Should a community wish to establish a school that subscribes to a specific, preferred religion, then it can do so under the auspices of a private school. The constitution does make provision for this type of establishment. In that case, the parents and pupils attending that school do so of their own free will.