If you are a beginner atheist, there's a belief system you should embrace and a language you should learn, or you will find yourself in trouble. Here are ten suggestions for the novice.
Then there's a list that I really don't want to take the time to point out how stupid it is. (Perhaps each Raytractor can choose one and write what's wrong with it.) I will, however, start with the first one:
Whenever you are presented with credible evidence for God's existence, call it a "straw man argument," or "circular reasoning." If something is quoted from
somewhere, label it "quote mining."
I honestly don't like simply labeling a person as being stupid when they disagree with me, but I really can't think of any other way to describe this. Unless, of course, he's being deliberately obtuse, he really just does not seem to even understand the concept of a strawman argument, nor does he get what the accusations of quote mining are all about. (Even though they have both been explained quite clearly on a number of occasions.)
Maybe some people are just stupid. Seriously. There might not be anything that we can do about it.