March 27, 2011

Verification

Buona sera. Looks like it's media weekend here, huh? I'm going to close it out with a piece of audio. I have been listening to the podcasts of "Evidence 4 Faith" Christian apologetics. They had been doing some material on critical thinking skills, logical fallacies and the like. Before they went into their March 13, 2011 discussion on "What Makes a Good Argument", my letter was read on the air.

This is further verification of my discussions with Rev. Matt Slick of CARM regarding the obstreperous nature of Internet atheists. Two of my pet trolls are mentioned, and it turns out that Keith and Kirk have the same kinds of problems that I have. Obviously, they have more than I do because they have been doing an apologetics ministry for several years. (They said that I have a "ministry". Well, I sort of have one, but this is not it.) By the way, I wonder if Keith Kendrex has heard the "Made in Europe" version of "Stormbringer" by Deep Purple, because the manner in which he said that word reminded me a little bit of the way David Coverdale introduced the song.

If you want to hear the full 52-minute podcast, you will have to go to the link above, click on "Podcasts", and look for "What Makes a Good Argument, March 13, 2011". The player is embedded in the site. Or, you can hear them discuss my letter, below. It takes less than six minutes.

2 comments:

Rhomphaia (Sword) said...

Neat SB!

Great answers they gave- all easier said than done in that last bit though, huh?

Great clip!

Stormbringer said...

The typical atheist tactic, shallow and unoriginal as it is, is their number one weapon: Deny and call you a liar. And they wonder why atheism is fading while Christianity is gaining converts.

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