Dear Prof. Dawkins (or whomever at www.richarddawkins.net who reads these..):
I've already gone through three versions of this letter, so let me try again since I've found that the simplist statements of facts is perhaps best:
I'm a 21-year-old American woman who at different times have been a pagan and a fence-sitting agnositc.
My atheist friend sent me a copy of “The God Delusion” as a ironic Christmas present.
I no longer call myself agnostic and also have more ammo with which to use when speaking to a spacific born-again christian at the college I attend. His attempts at “saving” me are more humorous now that I can lay some science on him (I'm a literature major and therefore don't really know a whole lot of science factoids). I have also bought a copy of “The God Delusion” for him, with the challenge of coming up with logical arguments against it. He hasn't as of yet.
Best Christmas present ever.