Invitation of a peaceful dialogue to Atheists!

Post #1
Paarsurrey started the thread:
paarsurrey

We, believers, should convince Atheism people with our reasonable and brilliant signs and arguments on one to one basis in and outside the Academia, over a cup of tea and or coffee, like thus:

Hello! Hello! Hello!

Peace be on you and your family.
Over a cup of hot coffee or tea in the Tim Hortons
Without the burden of “Burden of proof”
Let us compare our notes on:
“Does God exist or does not exist?”
Don’t worry; I will pay the bill of Tim Hortons.
Cordially invited to one to one discussion
Open to everybody, the Theists (the believers in God) of all denominations and the Atheists (the non-believers) of all hues and colors.
It will be a peaceful dialogue and without derision or ridicule.
Just call me, please:
I am, Skeptic of the Skeptic, a believer in God very naturally.​

I am confident we can convince them with peaceful dialogue .
Regards

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Post#68
paarsurrey

Atheism people (non-believers) should be invited by the believers for a peaceful dialogue

It is just a courteous and friendly invitation. If Atheism are not sure of themselves they just don’t accept the invitation. In both cases no harm is likely to come to them. Right? Please
Regards

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Post #71

It is very popular where I live.
I often visit there in the morning after Fajar (early in the morning about one hour before the sun-rise), then we friends do some exercise in the Gym and play games of our choice. Then we go to Tim Hortons to take coffee and bagels as breakfast. We friends like it very much.
It doesn’t have to be at Tim Hortons, necessarily, the Atheists and Believers should get together for a light discussion/dialogue and befriend one another. It doesn’t matter if we agree to disagree, still we have to live and co-exist peacefully, it doesn’t harm one if we live as friends.
Regards

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