Some religious people never stop, they're stubborn as fuck, why can't you just accept I don't believe in the same things you do, why keep talking about it and try to change my mind when deep down you know you won't change shit.
Most Helpful Guy
Some of atheists behave the same way too.
2 weeks ago, a girl I study with suggested that we go to eat somewhere (not a date or anything like that, just a friendly hangout)... I told her ok, and I suggested that we go to a Turkish restaurant. She said that has eaten in many Turkish restaurants and she don't want to eat Turkish food anywhere soon because he has eaten a lot of it recently and she suggested that we go to another restaurant. As a disclaimer: in the city were I live in, there are a couple of restaurants that are owned by Muslims ( manly Turkish restaurants) and the food there is halal. And as a Muslim, these are the only restaurants in the city that I would eat from there food. So I kindly told her that I can't go to that restaurant without telling her anything further. Then she was like "oh, I know why you don't want to go there, it's because you are Muslim and you don't eat pork and not halal food, you want it's sad for you that you believe in God, I don't have a god, that's why I can eat everything, you have a god and that's why you can't eat everything, why just why?"
I didn't want to get in any discussion with her about this so she doesn't think that I'm pushing my beliefs, even though she was the one that was pushing her views on me. So I just said: "ok, good for you, but I believe in God and following my religion is important to me"3
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Most Helpful Girl
Because God calls us to spread His word. I personally don't, because I know people hate it, but I admit that when I have an atheist friend, it makes me sad to think of them not spending eternity in heaven. But there isn't really anything I can do to change their minds. Especially since most atheists seem to hate religion with a passion. I'm good as long as they don't ridicule me or my faith.1