We have discussed a little about one of the reasons that non-religious people are unhappy with religious people (and rightly so), is because they try to force their beliefs on other people. We live in a town where there are a lot of Seventh Day Adventists, and one day last summer, a car stopped, and the lady went up to Bobby (who was out working on the front porch), and asked to leave him a leaflet. The first thing she announced was that she was not a Jehovah's Witness. Ever the gentleman; Bobby accepted the leaflet, and thanked her for it. The next week; she was back again, with another leaflet. It wasn't long before she brought her husband along when she stopped by, and we sat out on the front porch and talked about the Bible with them. Fast forward to this afternoon. We have been seeing them every week; but it is usually Bobby who visits with them. Today, he was not home, and I answered the door. They started asking me about going to church on "the Sabbath", and I explained that if Bobby wanted to do that; I have no problem with it, but he prefers Sunday, and I was not about to make a big family issue of it. I have seen this kind of thing tear families apart, and I explained that to them, as they became more abrasive with telling me that "I was going to have to stand before God and answer for what I do", They pretty much told me that I should leave my husband and "do the right thing". By this time, I was struggling to still be polite. But , I did. I finally just told them that I was doing whatever Bobby wanted as far as going to church, and if they wanted to suggest anything different, they needed to bring it up with him. I think they were not happy when they left; but I have every confidence that Bobby will not hesitate to set them straight the first time they tell him that he has to change his beliefs.