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Posted February 9, 2007
This is a sad attempt a proving the truth of Christianity through bad apologetics. His 'proof' for why Christian exclusivity is correct is based on Bible verses saying that the Bible is true. Only in Evangelical apologetics is it acceptable to 'prove' the accuracy of the Bible through Bible verses which state that the Bible is accurate. In any other field this kind of 'proof' would be laughed at. It's interesting that the author claims 'rationality' as one of his key principles when his whole book is so irrational. If this was truly what Christianity was about, I'd have left the Christian faith long ago.
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Posted August 3, 2002
This book misrepresents the inclusive view as 'every man's opinion is as good as the next.' That is not only a gross misrepresentation, but reveals a total misunderstanding of progressive, inclusive Christian thought. It also exposes the author's ignorance of real Christian principles. The exclusive claim made in this book is actually advocacy for religious bigotry! It fuels the zealotry of the Religious Right, encourages more of their hypocrisy and imposition, and only adds to the trouble and conflict in the world.
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