Friday, February 20, 2009

When apologetic screwed up...

Claude Mariottini commented on Norman Geisler and Thomas Howe's attempt to defend the view that Deuteronomy is written by Moses.

Although throughout the post Mariottini does not directly charge the apologists, but the conclusion implies something interesting:
"... any attempt at defending the Bible should deal with the text in its entirety and deal with the problems of the text with integrity."
The apologists have no integrity in handling the text. Is that a surprise? Nope. There are fanatics on both end of belief. The militant atheist on one end and the die-hard apologist on the other end sometimes share more similarity than both sides realize.

Lesson for apologists: Be honest.

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