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Here is my response to this week's challenge, "God Doesn't Teach Children to Be Good."
Posted by Brett Kunkle on January 31, 2013 at 01:39 PM in :Brett Kunkle, Apologetics, Challenge Q&A, Video, Youth | Permalink
I think there is a lesson to be learned here and that lesson is that unless you can pin down what an individual means by his/her ambiguous language, you cannot have a meaningful dialogue. The real question I would like to ask a person who uses ambiguous language is: Why are you using ambiguous language? Is it because you are confused about the issue or is it because you are hiding behind worlds in order to avoid dealing with the issue directly and honestly? I mean, sometimes when you get into these kinds of discussions you have to come out with a steady hand and a scalpel in order to dissect the issue properly, not shaky hands and a meat cleaver or a chainsaw.
Louis Kuhelj |
February 01, 2013 at 09:10 AM
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