How to help the fool, as kindly as possible, see how foolish he really is:
“I have no problem with you being a coward. I have a problem when you try to shove your imaginary friend and his threats down my throat.” Torvus Messorem
There are three points to be made in regard to your comment. Each is hard to state without sounding a little rude. However, I will try to make the points congenial. The first is to point out that if something is going down your throat, your mouth is open. Close your mouth and listen with your ears to the gospel.
The second is that if you think I am shoving something “imaginary” down your throat the threats are also imaginary—they don’t exist. That’s like being upset because Cinderella’s fairy God-mother was threatening to turn you into a pumpkin if you didn’t get to bed by midnight.
The third is an obvious question. If you don’t like the Christian message, why park on a Christian site? Go away to an atheist site where you will feel more comfortable.