I am anti-Christianity (I also object to Islam), not anti-Christian. Not only do I mean you no ill will, I'm actually on your side, although I don't expect you to agree, and I doubt that I can help you.They're not just atheists, they are anti-Christians.
I think that religious faith is a bad idea - a mistake, but a mistake that is your right to make. I think that it would be an even bigger mistake to try to force you to abandon belief using government. Thus my anti-Christianity is limited to political Christianity and Christianity for minors. I think it should be kept out of government and that children should be sheltered from it until they are eighteen. If religion still appeals to them at that age, they can go for it. If they can only captured when young, you shouldn't have them as adults - just like smoking.
Christianity is undermining itself just by being what it is in the age of modern telecommunications, where it cannot hide.It's funny though, you will sometimes see them quote historical people like Aristotle, Philo, Socrates, Julius Caesar, Napoleon, Alexander the great, etc. none of which have any birth records or can be proven to exist, either. The anti-Christians fully accept that these people in history actually existed, the only one they focus on is Jesus Christ, because they want to undermine Christianity.
As far as quoting ancients, I don't care if they ever lived or not (did you think Napoleon was an ancient?). I like their words, and don't really care what the name of their author was. And if I liked any of Jesus' words, I would quote them as well.