It puzzles me that non-believers are so turned off by and gripe so much about believers being close-minded and set in there ways and ideas...and yet when addressing a reasonable person of faith, a non-believer acts in exactly the same fashion. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! If someone has found a basis for self-improvement and spiritual evolution in the teachings of the Bible and they use it to the benefit of others as opposed to the offense of others...why would anyone of any belief, or un-belief not encourage their personal choice? We all need to question our positions, it is good to grow. But I do not think that conversion or discouragement from a particular faith should be an agenda. That is like the equivalent of me telling a Pagan, or an athiest they are delusional, or brain washed or clinging to fantasy. Much like most here condemn Tony for doing. But have we ever noticed how often non-believers make those assertions and accusations at the believers, even those who are not being derogatory or disrespectfull to them? As devils advocate...Tony can atleast say God told me to do it, or the devil made me do it. But for a non-believer there is no one to pin it on, it's just disrespectfullness with out cause. Any way, just an observation. Peace.