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Our tracts are blank

By houndie --

Sitting at my computer today, happily perusing ex-c, and I heard a light knock at the front door. I didn't answer it because I had heard all the neighborhood doggies doing the "someone's about" bark, so I figured somebody had landed the thankless task of selling gym memberships or home security systems door to door.
Once the person was gone I peeked out to see who it was -- no one I knew. I opened the door a tic and found a flier from a local church stuck on the door. I quickly round-filed it.

Hubby and I were talking about it later, and he said I should have talked to the guy. "We don't believe that stuff, so we should let them know it and why," he said.

This morning I was not in the mood to talk to anyone, let alone an eager churchgoer promoting the latest windbag of the week. But it does make me wonder -- should we, as non-believers, be out there like the believing denominations? Should we be knocking on doors and handing out tracts denouncing the plagiarized mish/mash that is the Christian faith? Or should we value our good dental work and fine features and keep it on the downlow?