I try not to do that out of respect.(Though on occasion I have slipped.)<quoted text>
But I'm not arguing about Judaism. I don't argue about Judaism with anyone but Jews.
Judaism might be a myth, but it's MY myth. I don't want to sell it to you. I don't even want you to believe in it.
The day I come to you and say my myth is better than yours and you should believe it, you are free to ridicule and critique my myth.
If part if someone's belief is to "spread the word" I think that should be respected as well.
You made the following comment:
Rick Moss wrote:
"Arguing the detail of the life and genealogy of Jesus is a little like arguing whether unicorn horns twist clockwise or anti-clockwise. "
My point is that you're casting a stone from a glass house. Your admit your own beliefs are also built on a foundation of sand.
If you don't like being preached to, I understand that. But making fun of the particulars of someone else's myth is hypocritical in my view.
You seem to be saying that Christians by proselytizing, that this gives you carte blanche ridicule their religion.
It's intellectually dishonest at best. It really makes no sense.