Has anyone else noticed that for the most part, theists like to confront you on your nonbelief when they have you greatly outnumbered? Why do you think that is?

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Yes, I've noticed. I'm guessing there may be many reasons, ranging from:
- attempting to make you feel that your opinion may be incorrect since you are outnumbered (as if we're not painfully aware of that already)
to:
- attempting to ease their embarrassment for trying to pitch some of the things they come up with.
(It seems to me that you'd have to spend a lot of time with others who have the same delusion in order to keep your delusion from losing out to Reason.)
Wolves tend to attack in packs too....
They may be trying to apply peer pressure.

Although, I am thinking flock, as in sheep, rather than pack, as in wolf.

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