I usually write a lot so this can be a kinda long post, here goes:
A short introduction of myself. I was raised in a family that is "normal" in the swedish sense of religion. We mostly didn't care except for the occasional churchgoing for baptize, wedding or funeral. During my confirmation( is that the right name for it?) I became enchanted, for a better word of it, by the priest and became a believer - so I read the Bible. After closing it I was filled by disgust and never looked back. Later in my life I came in contact with different beliefs, I lived close to the biblical belt so during high school I met a lot of those, and argued with them! They were a fun lot and we had a kinda good time arguing. I was still saddened by the fact that the christian community had members that equaled about 5% of the school one year, how could people believe in god? And if the believed, how could they worship him? After highschool I went to study at college, northern language( swedish, norwegian and danish is very similar) and history and topped off with some philosophy. When I read philosophy, and logic in particular, i came to the conclussion that theists and deists have raped logic to suit their own needs and ends. Debating with believers became kinda low priority after college. Some years ago I went to Stockholm for fun and games and during my wait on the trainstation I visited a bookshed, and found an english copy of "Disillusion of God". A fun and kinda relaxed read until I hit that chapter that described christianity today. When I came home I made a little self studies in various sects/cults. And well, a few years later I found this page =)
As u might have picked up, im not a science freak by nature. Never was that good at physics etc but always liked the fact to be good at it, if that makes sense. That being said, I think that those subjects are the best to redeem people from faith( pun is intended). After my first horrible read of the bible I've read it a couple of times and some studies just to be able to debunk it. So my approach is more linguistical/logical/historical or as someone said in this forum: wordgames!