I used a neat little website-creator called Weebly to make it, and while the result is a little generic-looking, it's hopefully polished-looking enough to give it an air of professionalism. I would've liked to get a unique URL, but I didn't want to pony up $30–40 a year for a resource that may or may not get long-term usage.
The layout is pretty simple: homepage, questions list, general objections answered, online and book resources, FAQ and an about/contact page. But while the framework is done and a fairly solid draft of the questions are in place, I'm still hungry for feedback of any and all kinds. Specifically:
- Any typos, unclear wording, etc.?
- Any place where the tone is wrong—too aggressive, etc.?
- Any design/aesthetic criticism of the site?
- Any questions that seem weak or redundant?
- Any important topics or powerful questions I've missed?
- Any important atheism/Christianity resources I should add?
- Any other major objections that should be answered?
- Any other questions that should be in the FAQ?