To question religious ideas is naturally human, and people should be encouraged to articulate their doubt since that is the only way they will receive a logical answer. Verbal engagement is central to any learning method, and teachers of faith should never discourage or try to shy away from legitimate inquiry.
I also believe that when questions are raised they must be done in a respectful and sensible manner. Even if the answers are not satisfactory, there should, nevertheless, remain a sense of reverence for the concept of monotheism, which billions of people across the globe hold true and dear to their hearts.
“Blasphemy Day” seems to be nothing more than a day dedicated to meaningless and hurtful bashing of people’s spiritual sensitivities. Its organizers are promoting a “nothing is sacred” movement and encourage the use of repulsive verbiage to get their point across. Sadly, they do not seem to be interested in coherent conversation at all. I feel that a civilized society should reject this kind of behavior, and I hope that Ronald Lindsay is not offered a legitimate platform from which to spew his incendiary invective.