Word magic my friends. My friend was quite right, not only are you afraid to open your minds a little bit, but you are quite offensive. I believe Paul says something about not having love and being a clanging cymbal. You have succeeded in turning me away. You're going to have to modify your behaviour if you hope to win souls for Christ. Making a counterpoint and then insulting the other person seems to be the MO here. I am glad it brings you joy. Pure poison in my opinion.
So words are magical to you GW??? Amazing… Then you come here and criticize those who have decided NOT to fall for all of the minutia spewed about, as if it were somehow fact? Indeed, one needs to keep an open mind; FOR GOOD IDEAS, not for fallacious logic and unproven hypotheses!
If one keeps too open a mind, the good ideas will spill out, to leave room for the garbage. Or, in the words of a friend who comes in here sometimes; "An open mind is a good thing, as long as it filters out falsehoods and irrational thought” ~ D. Skuddensky
Or, the famous quote by my early days in computers; “Garbage in, garbage out”… Which is derived from “On two occasions I have been asked, ‘Pray, Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right answers come out?’ ... I am not able rightly to apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that could provoke such a question.” ~ Charles Babbage Passages from the Life of a Philosopher
It’s kind of nice that you want to imply that we should ignore that which is correct, simply to pay heed to spurious illogic. You then say it is “unchristian-like” to correct these fallacies. Oh, and by the way, you win souls for Christ, by telling the truth, not by falling for lies by being nice. Also, I would like to know where I “made a counter point, and then insulted you”? I would gladly apologize, were that the case.
And, if you’re going to quote Corinthians, you may want to keep it in context.