The rules fundamentalist christians follow (part 2)

     When fundamentalist christians get stuck, they deflect.  One common deflection is to say “your argument is with scripture not with me.”  Of course it is a lie.  But that doesn’t bother fundamentalist christians.  When I am engaged in an argument, my argument is with whoever takes a position contrary to mine.  For my argument not to be with someone, he must be absent, in agreement with me, or neutral.  When a fundamentalist christian uses this deception, he will often quote some verses from his bible to be used as a command to ignore those who would disagree with him.  (Note:  any bible verses given in response to this post will be deleted.  Make your agruments for yourself.  Don’t try to hide behind your “holy book.”)

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