|You say I should be relentless in speaking my beliefs and fighting evil (which you call Satan)? Well ok. I'll tell you what I really think on the matter. I'll do my best to strike down the greatest evil the human race has ever faced. Obviously I won't succeed. Not right now, and not me personally, at least.
I'll start by saying a few what ifs of my own. Like what if there actually is a god, but because faith is a synonym for gullibility, and god doesn't want a bunch of stupid suckers hanging around heaven and only wants to keep the life forms that used the brains he gave them and applied basic logic and didn't believe a bunch of things without evidence (on faith), so what if only those who don't believe will be saved because that is how you pass the test and you are currently failing it? What if god doesn't like evil cults and hate groups defined by the core belief that everyone who doesn't join the cult and think what the cult tells them to think, deserves to be tortured forever and ever and ever? I don't like hate groups and evil cults. God is probably at least as smart and logical as me, so I'd expect he'd not like them too much either. And what if both beings "god" and "the devil" actually do exist, BUT, their roles are actually reversed from what you think, and you've been reading the holy book written by the bad one, and you only think you're following the good one because the holy book of the evil one does exactly what you'd expect of a holy book written by the evil one in that it says it is the book written by the good one and successfully deceives billions of people into a path of evil which they think is the path of good? What if? Each of these are just as likely as your way. Probably a good bit more. After all, if your way was right, why did god create a universe that looks exactly like a universe where he was absent? It seems to me that if he wanted to save the maximum number of people, that is what he'd do if only the nonbelievers were to be saved, make a universe that looks like a godless one. If the believers were the ones who were saved, there would be ample evidence for god all over the place, he'd be appearing in the sky to say "hey, how's it going?" all the time, there would be miracles every day, there would be magic, the laws of physics would not work on their own accord and they'd NEED a god to sit there on the sidelines and keep everything from falling apart. Instead, every time we don't have the answer to why something is the way it is, and we FIND that answer, that answer never requires a god to be part of it. How do snowflakes form? Do tiny snowflake goblins carve them? Nope. Just water molecules bumping around at random, no gods needed in that explanation. How does gravity work? What causes the wind? Does god sit at the edge of the world, blowing? Nope. No god needed. And I'm supposed to be tortured forever, and that's the RIGHT thing to do, because I see this, because I can use my brain? Such a NICE god you believe in. To hell with your evil cult, your hate group.
And make no mistake about it. To those who are not in your echo chamber, your faith IS crazy. Absolutely insane. Like believing that you'll become a billionaire if you hit yourself over the head with a hammer level of crazy. Like flying an airplane into a building because you think you'll get 72 virgins for doing god's work level of crazy. If you're worried about what other people think about you for having those wacky beliefs, that's what they're thinking. If you're worried that I see you as one of those CRAZY Christians who goes too FAR with your beliefs, know that I don't make a distinction, any bit is far enough to be crazy. Just wanted you to be clear on that. You want to know how cray cray I think it is? Just think of how you see other religions. You want to know how worried I am about being tortured by your boogeyman when I die as punishment for not joining your cult? Ask yourself how many sleepless nights you've been up, worrying over the possibility that the Muslims have it right and you're going to end up in Muslim hell. I'm thinking you've never worried about that, not for one instant. On pure ethics alone, I find not joining your religion to be choosing good over evil, and I consider you attempting to convert others, to be an ACT of evil, because I see your religion as a mind virus, and a hate-group (what is hate, if not believing everyone else outside your group literally deserves to be tortured forever? What word for that is there, but hate?) indistinguishable to Islam, and I will mock it for all my days and help send it to oblivion, which is what will eventually happen to it in a few more generations, though sadly I will not live to see that day (I'd have to literally outlive every Christian alive to do that, after all, not many are going to be convinced by logic, the religion will mostly die as a result of its followers not passing it on to the next generation at some point). But it's downfall has already begun. Like many other religions before it. In a few hundred years, it will be as dead as the worship of Zeus or Thor and if anyone was caught practicing it, they would be lovingly given psychiatric treatment to rid them of their insidious disease. And have no doubt, even if your religion actually WAS right, there would still come a day when no one follows it. Once a religion runs out of followers, it's a dead religion. Maybe the ancient Egyptians had it right, yet no one believes in Bastet and Ra and Horus any more, and now even though it was true, no one follows the one correct religion. But even being the one true faith wouldn't save it from eventual destruction. When the followers die without successors, it will die, and be forgotten. In a million years, people would be like "Christianity? What's that?" if you asked them. Of course they'd not be speaking English either. So they'd say "Christianity? Bleep blorp?" or something instead.
I hope I was relentless enough. Gee, these attestments of faith on this site. Why don't you write a story instead. Make something new.