What don't you believe about God, but you must answer from a believer's point of view?
For example, if you're a Christian and wish to share about Buddhism, start with a phrase along the lines of "I'm a Christian normally, but today I'm Buddhist and would like to tell you about it". People can be encouraged then to probe you further on the nature of your non-beliefs. So a follow-up question might be "Can you elaborate on the Noble Truths, I'm not quite sure I get your meaning". To which the Christian would reply with information about said Noble Truths.
In this manner I think we may learn about other people and their motivations. It may require research because we don't know everything about other belief systems, but we have to approach the answer from a believing point of view to gain insight into the mind of others.
So let's have some fun, and be respectful -the last time I began a thread similar to this, one person began by saying (paraphrasing) "today I'm a Christian and for a nonsensical reason I believe in a Jewish zombie and his mythical sky daddy, and believe that if I lobotomise myself to his wishes I'll spend eternity in clouds while everyone else burns forever". This type of response is the exact OPPOSITE of what I'm hoping to achieve - I'd like understanding to be developed, even if it's confronting, as opposed to further derision and strife.
So go crazy, enjoy, and I'll see everyone on the Flipside.
Edited by Paranoid Android, 12 October 2013 - 09:44 AM.