Here is an example of such a post:
I want to say something about the spirituality debate. You don't believe in God? That's ok, but why is it so important for many of you to mock those of us that do? If we're wrong, what have we lost when we die? Nothing! How does our faith in Jesus Christ bring you any harm? You think it makes me stupid? Gullible? Ignorant? That's ok, too. How does that affect you? If you're wrong, your consequence is far worse. I would rather live my life believing in God and serving Him and find out I was right than not believe in Him, and not serve Him, and find out I was wrong. Then it's too late.
Ain't no shame in my game! I believe in Jesus Christ. He said deny me in front of your friends and I will deny you in front of my Father.
If you're not ashamed copy & paste it! God is Good!
I'm willing to do this...how about you?
God is good, Amen!
No, you are not stupid, gullible or ignorant, and I do not mock but rather respect your beliefs. However, there is a reason why I “challenge” religion. By showing why religion is a man-made concept, I hope that the damage done by religion can be mitigated.
All religions always want to enforce their "morals" on the "other" religions and non-religious people. Some recent examples of theists “forcing” religion down the throats of non-believers include anti-abortion activities and proposals to adopt sharia law. Strife between denominations also can lead to great trouble. Religious fanatics who kill others include suicide bombers, LGBTQ haters and parents who let their children die because they believe in prayer more than modern medicine or withhold blood transfusions. These religious fanatics are, well, religious. Atheists and agnostics don’t kill others with suicide attacks. Atheists and agnostics don’t “force” atheism down the throats of believers. Atheists and agnostics are not dangers to society. It is the religious fanatics who pose the biggest threat to the security of others.
Big churches get the use of infrastructure, police and fire protection without paying taxes. These churches use the money raised to help people in poor countries to build churches and promote their religion. That's how it affects the rest of us. The churches “force” religion down the throats of the most vulnerable. It is a quid pro quo: the churches offer religion in exchange for food and other resources.
Therefore, it is imperative that atheists and agnostics fight religion. We respect religions that are peaceful and tolerant, pay their taxes and do not try to foist their outdated “morals” and “laws” on the rest of us. You can copy and paste this as well.
As a footnote: Look up Pascal's Wager, if you are a theist, in Wikipedia; you’ll discover why it is invalid.