Q – What does the lippy smart-alec kid who mouths everyone off but only survives because he’s a fast runner do when he grows up?
A – Keeps his conduct but changes his delivery.
Richard Dawkins is, once again, shooting his colossal mouth off. Apparently he won’t debate William Lane Craig, whom he claims he’s never heard of (yeah right…), but he will take enough time out to write an article and throw it in The Guardian to justify himself…curious indeed.
He won’t engage in public dialogue, but he will engage in throwing stones at William Lane Craig from the safety of a newspaper. Stones in the form of “God is a god of genocide and I cannot associate with men who speak for such a deplorable deity”. Give me a break. Mr. “I left my second wife for an actress” Richard Dawkins is refusing to appear in public with William Lane Craig on the grounds of moral disgust?
*I’m getting a headache*
Dawkins has seen his other comrades fare poorly against William Lane Craig and he’s not about to get shown up by someone who’s more than up to the task. William Lane Craig has entered the ring with everyone the atheists have to offer and he’s clearly come out on top almost every time. I mean, just recently Sam Harris didn’t even know what was happening when he debated William Lane Craig. Victor Stegner fared no better.
It’s an interesting experience for me to read more of the new atheists, to see them in debate, and to hear what they have to say…which is almost nothing.
Well, nothing but “God is a jerk and I hate him“, “I don’t understand that stupid Bible” and “Nobody has the right to tell anyone what to do except me“, in various rhetorical make-up.
Here’s my prediction: Christians will eventually get increasingly sidelined by society on the premise of the homosexual agenda, hate-speech laws will be passed and we’ll eventually be jailed and then executed because the atheists cannot survive public dialogue. They simply want us to shut up, go away and leave them to wallow in their own desires; doing whatever they please with no consequences or correction (but with legal protection until such a time as those desires change or even reverse).
We’ll see if I’m right.
If I am not, I’ll gladly eat my words and admit I’m wrong.
If I’m right, I’m apparently a prophet and will have to publically renounce my cessationism.
It’s a win win scenario for all my opponents! Hooray!
Until Next Time,
Lyndon “The Armchair Theologian” Unger