Yes HA, I agree, I have difficulty with the notion that just selling the modality will work, we need to get kids (I’m sorry if I use that term more often than you might think I should, remember I’m 71, so damn near everyone is a kid to me.) energized, and I think the emphasis on modality and process gets them enervated.
We need to do things such as show the movie “The God who wasn’t There” show the TV show, (I’ve downloaded it and put it on a DVD) “Root of all Evil” or put the interview of the author of the Book “A Christian Nation” up on websites, distribute it by email, etc. etc.
We must do something to get the attention of the folks who haven’t thought of the problem in the right way. Cruises to the Galapagos are nice. I’ll bet no one who is a passenger on that ship will get off the with a new appreciation of dominionism. I could well be wrong on that since my hero, Richard Dawkins, is on it. But we aren’t talking to the right audience when the least expensive cabin is 13,000.00 Dbl occp.