This March 24, there will be a rally in Washington, DC called “The Reason Rally.” The idea is to revel in non-religiousness and promote secularism. The name is picked to try to communicate that the anti-religious people are reasonable, while religious people are not.
Several Christian apologists are planning to attend to interact with the crowd and attempt to show that Christians can be reasonable, and we have thought through the evidences for Christianity quite well, thank you. A few of the atheists, such as P. Z. Myers, were a bit perturbed at the idea of Christians coming to their rally, apparently considering it an insult. Myers called us “arrogant and obnoxious,” “a swarm of ticks,” “not honest,” superstitious, and lairs (not counting the curse word). Maybe it’s just me, but these do not sound like reasoned statements. Nevertheless there was a hint that in response, the atheists might return the affront by coming to church.
So we are now promoting Sunday, March 25 as “Atheist at Church Day.” All atheists are hereby invited to attend a local church. You can pick any you’d like, but I would suggest finding one that will pick a paragraph of the Bible and explain it. You’ll learn more about Christianity that way. But I might suggest coming early………the good seats in the back fill up quick. ;)
If you’d like to read more, see here.