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February 20, 2007


I find it hilarious that when historical christians are confronted with reasonable problems they immediately launch into ad hominem attacks.

(See David Fitzgeral Debrief on Day Four of the Berkeley mission trip)

They immediately suggest that their opponent is simply trying to defend an atheist position because to accept their truth he would be unable to justify his deviant behaviors in good conscience, and forced to undergo a difficult paradigm shift in thought.

According to Historical Chrsitians everyone else is simply avoiding their truth because they are hedonists.

In their attempt to understand the relationship between faith and reason, the Historical christians forget justification by faith alone, that christianity is appropriated through being born again, and not irrelevant historical facts.

To rethink their whole approach, their whole project, would inconvenience perhaps?

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