Florida pastor, Michael Stahl suggested that a website and full organization be created to track all know Atheists. Aside from it being blatantly unconstitutional and absurd, Pastor Mike compares atheists to “convicted sex offenders , ex-convicts , terrorist cells , hate groups like the KKK , skinheads , radical Islamists , etc..” and should be tracked accordingly. The idea is to inform the public of known atheists so that they can be proselytize to and their businesses can be boycotted.

How would a Christian proselytize to an atheist if the atheist’s physical address is not included? This author speculates that this distinction was made more for legal reasons than for practical reasons. Should an address be supplied by such a website, the organization might be held responsible for any violence that “good Christians” might perpetrate on atheists.

Interesting enough, when Christians come to my door to proselytize, I engage them in conversation and assume they take note of my location because the same groups almost never come back to proselytize to me and my family again.