What's the point?
I've been lurking around here ever since I heard about your blasphemy challenge. You seem to be very dedicated, but I really wonder what motivates you. I know Sam Harris's position that even moderate religion just facilitates the extremists, but really, folks. Are you guys really worried about Baptists flying airplanes into buildings?
Christianity floods this land, but the flood is about an inch deep. Sure there are fanatics, but most just go along because of a vague sentiment that they're supposed to. They'll give the right answer to pollsters--assuming they know the right answer. Sure, there are millions of genuine adherents. But most so-called Christians know far less about traditional Christianity than you guys do. For most of them Christianity is more a civic religion than the confusing mumbo jumbo found in the Bible and various catechisms. They like the symbols of Christianity, the closed book with a cross on it, the cross, the Lord's Prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance, and the like. Their Jesus isn't the Jesus of the Bible. He's the Jesus of Sunday school.
I enjoy "disputations" with Christians. I'm a sick puppy. I know. I loved it when Jehovah's Witnesses or Mormons used to come to my house. (They have some kind of marking system, like hobos used to have, and now they've marked my house and don't come back. I have found some useful ammunition here in case they ever do). I enjoy it when some fool suggests that we ought to post the Ten Commandments in public and I ask him/r to just go through them one by one and tell me why we need them posted. Most of them don't realize that the fact that dedicated Christians frequently can't recite the fundamental laws of their religion that supposedly provide the background for their ironclad moral code is the perfect reason we ought to post the Ten Commandments. Then I tell them the actual Ten Commandments are in Exodus 34.
The thing is, I'm not a particularly knowledgeable Bible scholar. I've just read more of it than most so-called self-proclaimed Christians.
So if you guys are successful and talk them out of their religion, there goes one of my favorite kinds of entertainment.
Really, what's the point? You guys are working awfully hard.