Thursday, July 10, 2008

Skeptical Arguments For Disunity

Evan from Debunking Christianity continues to make many false claims, often without even attempting to argue for his assertions, frequently ignoring what people have already written in response to him. He's been suggesting that there may have been a large amount of disunity among the early Christians. He suggests that they might have been so disunited that 1 John was condemning the apostle Paul for following a false Christ, for example. Since the argument for early Christian disunity is so popular among modern skeptics, I thought I'd post some links to a few articles that address the subject to some extent: here, here, and here.

1 comment:

  1. Evan has already admitted that he is just here for "fun"...that is why he ignores many of the arguments.

    The team over at DBC follows Loftus in saying that even if they were to admit that Christianity were true, they wouldn't follow it.

    Its as clear an example of Paul's exposition in Romans as I have seen.

    Their claims to be "honest doubters" and just searching for "truth" are disingenous at best.

    In my opinion only, of course.