Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – the gauntlet has been thrown

A fellow blogger has taken it upon himself to respond to a couple of my posts.

My post: Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – that pesky free will – Club Schadenfreude

and his response: Response to ‘Not So Polite Dinner Conversation’ on the topic of free will – Christian Apologetics Ministry (wordpress.com)

and my post: Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – “A Case for Christmas” critique part 4 – Club Schadenfreude

and his response: A Response to ‘A Case for Christmas critique.’ – Christian Apologetics Ministry (wordpress.com)

Nothing new here, but it’s a way to spend some time if you are bored.  I, of course, have given comments.  We’ll see if they remain.

4 thoughts on “Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – the gauntlet has been thrown

  1. Gad! Argument by bible verse is only fun when it’s two women having an insult party!

    I was witness to such an event once, it was all I could do to keep from bursting out loud with laughter 🙂

    It always bugs me when people use the babble as the source of their supposed knowledge. Being a self appointed expert in bullshit isn’t making much of an argument. I can read crap like that for maybe 30 seconds before I just have to find something else to do.

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  2. He’s a Giant Nob. We were ”discussing” Noah and his Flood and I asked if he considered the tale historical. He replied in the affirmative …sort of …but his reply was just a wee bit ambiguous so I asked him to clarify and state if he thought the flood was local or global.
    He deleted my comment and from that point on he began to delete every subsequent comment.

    People like this arsehole are such loathsome individuals.

    Liked by 1 person

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