Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Shell Shocked

Doug Wilson recounts part of his debate with the President of the American Humanist Association: 
Mr. Niose, who struck me as a very nice man, said in the course of the debate that the Bible was a tired and ancient book, with a bunch of irrelevant laws, citing as one example the Old Testament prohibition of eating shellfish. In my reply, I pointed to the stark alternative this presented -- a faith in which the adherents were at one time prohibited from eating shellfish, and on the other hand a faith in which the adherents used to be shellfish.
You can read the rest of his account here

Pete Jackson

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