The rules fundamentalist christians follow.

     Well, one rule that they follow is that they never admit that they are wrone about anything.  Whem more honest people admit error, or even the possibility of error, the fundamentalist christian pounces on that to say that they could also be wrong about the horrid imagination that is the fundamentalist christian god.  They will not admit that mistakes are things that all people make.

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9 thoughts on “The rules fundamentalist christians follow.

  1. In general, I agree with you.

    I’ve been spending a lot of time at CARM lately. While the archetypes certainly do exist, folks in the secular forums have actually managed to get a tiny number of Christians to step outside of their script. It doesn’t happen often, but it does happen, and it’s encouraging.

  2. How about you? Have you ever been ‘wrone’? ‘Whem’ are you going to be honest? With yourself, more than anyone else? Could you be wrong about your insistence of the nonexistence of God? It is impossible to consider this universe without Him, in any rational way.

    Your errors are quite telling as you complain about others. Matthew 7:3 comes to mind.

  3.      I will happily admit to the existence of spelling errors in my post. But one question will haunt you: “Were those really mistakes? Or were they bait to get the christian to act as he described?” The question will haunt you because no answer I give will really settle the matter in your mind.
         “[When] more honest people admit error, or even the possibility of error, the fundamentalist christian pounces on that to say that they could also be wrong about the horrid imagination that is the fundamentalist christian god.” Well, you did pounce.

  4. Looks like DAN is confirming your blog’s sentiment Pvblivs. Notice he doesn’t admit he’s wrong, at all?

    I did.

  5. You did huh?

    I will quote Stan: “So Atheists cannot dictate any issue surrounding “right or wrong” since they do not recognize any such thing except as a subjective concept. And they cannot dictate in the sense of hegemony of consequences unless they assert physical dictatorship and totalitarianism.

    Under Atheism, there is neither a non-subjective set of moral principles, nor is there the physical dictatorship to enforce behaviors with consequences.

    This is the reason that an Atheist who is producing moral criticism of any human or any deity is producing an argument which is irrational and without force or merit of any kind: Atheism produces neither the moral component nor the authority component of “moral authority”.

    Amen brother.

  6. Dan:

         It would appear that christianity postulates the dictatorship.
         Arguably, any concept of morality, since it must come from one or more sentient beings, is subjective. However, I do note that you excuse actions, attributed to your god, that you would condemn if done by someone not “special” according to your religion.

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