So, I started posting here thinking I could help some younger atheists with some debating advice and the like, but I keep getting drawn into debates with theists- theists who aren't even doing a very good job of it.
I'm not being as useful as I could be if I'm expending debating resources by using up the theists the others could be practicing on. I like debating, but I don't need the practice anymore. When I was 15, I did need the practice.
So, in short, there aren't many practiced and coherent apologists on here, so I would like to play 'God's advocate' (Get it? I'm an atheist... yeah.)
In so doing, I will pretend to be a theist, and argue with a resident atheist (or a few). It needs to be somebody who *needs* and *wants* debate practice- none of you seasoned pros (that might be entertaining, but it'd waste our time).
I think it'd be best as one on one debates, but if anybody has any better suggestions, I'm open to it.
Being on the losing side will also make the debate much more challenging for me.
It might be best to hold them in the atheist only sections, so passers-by can not see them. I'd *really* loathe to be plagiarized by a theist in some argument for god somewhere- and I've seen plenty of that going on. Also, if the debater is too inexperienced, I might accidentally win, which could look very bad!
That is all. Please post here if interested, or with suggestions. Replies from atheists only, please.