Here is a website devoted exclusively to “encouraging” ex-Christians to feel comfortable about leaving the faith.
The site features “de-conversion” testimonials like this one:
“In 2000 I became a born again Christian, I read the bible, I went to church, I listened to Christian music, I guess you could say I “lived” the Christian life. And I thought that all my Christian friends were such great people, so loving and caring and understanding. But then I really found out how wonderful those so called “Christian” friends were. You see I was gay and when I came out of the closet those friends sure turned in a hurry.” (Read the rest here.)
There are, of course, articles about pro-evolution foolishness, fallen “Christians”… in fact, everything that is against Christianity and God is featured. They even have anti-Christ t-shirts available for purchase:
Don’t be too shocked. The Christian world deserves most of this ridicule due to its hypocrisy and lack of integrity in Christian living.
Also, since less than 2% of Christians actually share their faith, most people aren’t aware that God has a moral standard that He will hold everyone accountable to. And if that standard of the 10 Commandments is not followed perfectly, if a person breaks even one Commandment by lying, stealing, or blaspheming, then they will be found guilty on the Day of Judgment, and end up in Hell forever because of their sin. Of course, if they repent and trust in Jesus—and follow Him to the end, they will be saved. Since this is not preached, everyone goes their own way, like sheep to the slaughter, like fools to the circus, like ex-Christians to silly atheitic websites.
By the way, there is no such thing as an ex-Christian. Ex-Christians were just false converts. 1 John 2:19 says: “They went out from us, but they did not belong to us. For if they had belonged to us, they would have remained with us; but their going showed that none of them belonged to us.”