JewishAtheist suggests Opposite Day:
I was thinking it might be fun to have an opposite day, where the atheists do their best to argue that theism is correct and the theists do their best to argue that atheism is correct. Perhaps some Jews can argue that Christianity is correct and vice versa. The point is to get you to put yourself in someone else’s shoes and see what the logic looks like from that side.
It’ll only work if you really try, though. You must resist mocking or parodying the position you’re supposed to be fighting for.
I’ll open up the comments, and let you suggest a topic where I should blog the opposite of my point of view. Three mentions wins it (the standard rule these days), and of course it has to be a topic where I might plausibly have a point of view. Nor can you force me into a repugnant or embarrassing position ("we should kill all members of group X,"), and so on.
I don’t want to have the wrong impression carved into Google forever, devoid of this context, so "my good friend Tyrone" will actually write the post. My father wanted to name me that, but my mom had the good sense to resist and so Tyler it was.