To Understand the atheist truth regime in terms of its ideology and keep tabs on its propaganda and tactics.
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When he said something about how the NT writers wrote stuff they wish were true on IMS's site (it was before I posted that link about Community as Author), I figured that he was ideologically biased, and not concerned about truth.IMS seems to be that way, too. On Stan's site, when him and Stan had an argument about Evolution, he said something about how he doesn't wish things to be a certain way, and that theists do.
man that guy is dense and living in his own little world
Joe, I love the way talk behind my back. I don't say things about you that I wouldn't say to you.Speaking of ideological bias, I don't think you can find any more clear-cut example of it than listening to Christians trying to justify things that are obviously contradictory or illogical in their own beliefs. Seriously, Christians believe things that they would instantly dismiss as absurd if they applied to anything but their own religion. The resurrection is a good example of that. You wouldn't believe a story like that in any other context. Nobody would, because it's absurd.
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