Ok I'm going to knock out each number one at a time starting with #1. Otherwise, it would be a long book crammed into one post. 1. Christianity is based on fear. Number one was quite ridiculous. While it seemed to be all gung ho about appealing to logic and rational thinking, it seemed to do the opposite. It just seemed to be a bunch of emotional drivel about Christianity having a fear factor tied to it. So what if the bible mentions a punishment for those that don't repent of their sins and choose to obey the God that made them in the first place. By the logic of this article, it is wrong to warn your children that if they break the law, they may suffer in prison. Why? Because it's based on fear. Why? because it's scary. You instill the fear of prison in your children because you love them and you want them to grow up to be productive law-abiding citizens. What's wrong with that? That is a healthy fear. The writer of this article seems to think that people need to live in a world where reality should be hidden from humanity. Why? Because it's scaryyyyyy!!!! In reality, people need to know when something bad might happen to them. Even though, it is scary. It would be nice if we all lived in some kind of wonderland where people don't need to worry about reality, but we don't. People need to be exposed to reality. Even if it is harsh. That was number one. Did you want me to give you my take on every number on the list, or were there particular numbers you wanted me to give you my take one.