An Open Question to Christian Apologists

I saw my cousin Bill at the restaurant this weekend and told him a bit about how my books are being received and a few speaking engagements I've had recently. I asked him that maybe he'd want to come with me to one of them. He responded, "I don't want to hear any of your vile." Well then, he has his mind made up hasn't he?

My claim is that believers like him were brainwashed or indoctrinated by being raised to believe in their respective cultures. I know he was. If my claim is correct then believers must be confronted with the issues I raise to know whether in fact they are, since, without being confronted with them they will never know that they are, if they are. Christian do you agree?

And tell me this while you're at it: where are the arguments that convince outsiders? That's what I want to know. Where are they? Why must you endlessly argue for the existence of your particular God against an endless sea of them in our religiously diverse world? Shouldn't your God find us quite easily? Isn't that frustrating to you?

It's all about seeing things differently like that duck-rabbit. Try at least once in your life to see things differently. It's much better over here.