Sadly the sacrilege thread was locked and I didn't get an opportunity to respond to hornet's last accusation against me. I don't know if this thread will last, but we'll see. Firstly, I certainly don't "start most" of those threads. But I will happily join in the discussion on them. I also don't hate Christianity any more or less than any other religion. I think all religions are fine taken as philosophies or mythologies - I find them incredibly interesting on that front, but extremely dangerous when taken as fact and used against other people or used in policy making, etc. But hornet's post raises another point. Why do most threads like those seem to be about Christianity? I think it's partly due to the prevalence of Christianity in our society. I'm sure it's also largely due to Christianity being seen as an easy target. Is it also because people are scared to say anything against other religions? I think Islam is equally fallacious and dangerous - quite possibly moreso - than Christianity and I've debated on here before about that religion too. I don't see that as anything more than a mythology that many people choose to believe over others and I find it equally hard to see why people pick that one and write off the others. The same with Judaism and any others. Anyone care to discuss these points?