Polemic is not my hobby, but when fiction is called fact, I feel chilly.
"Many nations with a Christian heritage or who are increasingly adopting Christianity are prosperous due to the contributions that Christianity brings to science, technology, economics and a nation's work ethic (see: Christianity and science and Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism).
"In China, the growth in religion has accompanied China’s fast economic growth over the last twenty years. Christianity is seeing rapid growth in China and the historian Niall Ferguson attributes this recent economic growth to the Protestant work ethic being more incorporated into Chinese society."
When Conservapedia, a self-portraying "Trustworthy Encyclopedia," arguments that atheism is counterproductive and declining (http://www.conservapedia.com/Atheism_and_economics), there must be someone somewhere to react.
And once someone says, "There is also the fact that most of the children raised in an atheist home eventually become religious," (https://voxday.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-inevitable-decline-of-athei...) someone should be there to prove them wrong: "People in the tropics and Africa aren't having more children than people in the West because of religion. They have more children because they have a far higher infant mortality, they have a predisposition to indulge in intercourse without the benefit of birth control and aid from the West makes it far easier to inflate these numbers. Western people already have a predisposition to smaller number of offspring and the advance of feminism and widely available prophylactics exacerbates our reproductive strategy. The fundamental tenet of Christianity has always been "be fruitful and multiply" not "get a career first and marry after your fertility has declined to the point of never having children. Put blame where it belongs and give credit where it is due."
Can we have a page or something to debunk such fallacies?