Is it that you can’t handle the idea that someone might not agree with every jot and tittle of your beliefs about the Bible?
Are you people taught in Sunday School that non-Christians simply don’t have the same rights to voice their opinions as Christians do? Because this isn’t the first time I’ve heard that kind of reasoning from a fundamentalist Christian.
The fact is that Eonwe asked for advice on reading the Bible.
You brought up the asinine “Lord, Liar, Lunatic” trilemma- in Cafe Society.
I suggested some good references for Bible study.
At that point, you falsely declared that I had started a debate over whether the Bible was true. I pointed out that I was debating no such thing, and that you, in fact, had started blatantly doing so before my post.
Did you admit you were wrong? No. Did you apologize? No. You just kept running with your lie.
Nate, I think that Giraffe’s post was a parody of heygeno, The ALL capps GIVES it AWAY.
Heygeno might have had a point if ben had cited something that attacks Christianity (The intellectually lazy Mr. Lizard comes to mind). But he didn’t, he provided a cite to www.religoustolerance.org. I’m a Christian and I dig that site. It tries to explain belief systems ranging from Native American religions to Zorastrianism to Neo-paganism - not disprove them.
You know, the funny thing about this is that nothing in my post necessarily even disagreed with Biblical inerrantism- unless, of course, heygeno feels that facts and an open mind are invincible enemies of his beliefs.