Tag: evangelization

No Accounting For Taste

Rand, of A Pattern of Sound Works, has posted a scathing criticism of C.S. Lewis, one of my favorite authors and someone partially responsible for my return to faith. NOTA BENE: The following fisk is not personal. Rand comments a lot at Christian Conservative and seems to be a nice guy. From what I’ve seen, …

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Life Is Worth Living

The title of this post was the name of a TV show hosted by Archbishop Fulton Sheen. It was so popular that it got better ratings than Milton Berle. Sheen, so far as I can tell, was a very holy man and was responsible for leading a lot of people into the Church. There’s apparently …

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The Gods Must Be Spammers

Spam gets religion The growth area in unsolicited e-mail is now messages that contain religious themes. And the bad news is that unlike commercial spam, it’s not illegal. E-mail recipients are increasingly being offered religious salvation through the power of spam, according to security company MessageLabs. The antispam company has intercepted a large number of …

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Musical Fisking

Theomorph responded to my criticism of his eisegesis (Thanks for the spelling fix, by the way.). Interestingly, he made little attempt to defend his sophistry. "Color me shocked. I wrote a provocative post and–wonder of wonders–provoked a response." I can’t help but wonder in what sense Theo intended to provoke. Did he believe his arguments …

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Foaming at the Mouth

[Minor mistakes of grammar and spelling have been fixed. – Funky] Theomorph, my resident atheist gadfly, seems to be losing his cool. His latest tirade against Christianity lacks the kind of logical consistency and civility his previous posts had.

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