Well, he is very effective at not being convincing. But many christians (Dan used to be one of them) compare failing to embrace christianity to such dangerous acts as walking off a cliff or playing on the tracks when a train is coming. If I saw someone doing something dangerous or deadly, I would want to convince him of the danger. With a cliff, I would probably demonstrate the drop with some pebbles. For the tracks, I would point out the iron beams and the wooden planks and note the sound of the train. One thing I would definitely not do is claim that the person was aware of the danger and was “suppressing the truth in unrighteousness.” I mean, how horrible does someone need to be to do that? And yet, that’s what Dan does.
If Dan really believes that there is a heaven and a hell of the nature he depicts, he must want people to go to the hell. He talks about it in a deliberately unconvincing manner. It is as though he wants to be able to laugh and say “I told you so.” His approach is like showing someone a picture of a tree, saying that is what a train looks like, and then saying a train is coming.