1. Don’t start using the person’s name, as if you are a close personal friend, unless you actually are a close personal friend.
2. Don’t start quoting from the Bible.
3. Don’t bring up a topic, or try to find out what the person is interested in, just so you can bring it back around to how it’s all a metaphor for Jesus or Christianity.
4. Don’t use the phrase “Good News.” (kinda ironic here...telling people who's identity is "bringing good news" not to use these words)
5. Don’t talk about Jesus like he’s part of the conversation.
6. Don’t plant literature.
7. Don’t hide behind a fake front.
8. Don’t assume that we have “God-shaped holes in our hearts” and try to get us to admit it.
9. Don’t compare your past experiences to our present.
10. Don’t talk down to us, as if we’re just not understanding something perfectly obvious.
So let's say you wanted to give ten tips to atheism evangelists (definition of "evangel" notwithstanding), that go beyond bus marketing campaigns...what would you tell them?