Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – an bit of a reminiscence and more good TrueChristian(tm) claims

A couple of years ago, I had a good time showing just how poorly a Christian named Lyle Duell was an apologist and TrueChristian(tm).  You can see that original post here.   Unsurprisingly, Lyle failed to support his claims and ran away.  So much for his “open” letter, eh?

I found yet another one of his posts about atheists and how he is the one TrueChristian(tm) and entertained myself by pointing out how he fails again.  He may thank me again for the publicity again, but given that no one follows his blog, I’m sure he is needing attention.  He’s still trying so very hard to convince people that only his version of his religion is the right one.   And his arguments are as poor as ever, he goes from claiming that it is okay that Christians don’t agree, to that Christians that don’t agree with him are cultists, a very silly analogy, and then this:

“The question arises then, which point of view could be called the truth?  The one based on sight, the one based on science or mathematical probability, the one based on personal experience (inhaling the air in the room) or touch?  It would be an interesting exercise to figure out which of the forms of knowledge would best reflect the human condition and best serve that condition.”

Hmmm, so we have hundreds of versions (conservatively) of Christianity which are all based on the same point of view, each Christian assumes that the good ol’ Holy Spirit tells them the one truth”.   None has any evidence of this.   Each Christian disbelieves the point of view of the others.

So the “interesting exercise” is answered that Christians have no knowledge and thus do not best serve any condition since it is all baseless opinion.

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