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GUEST,Musket evolving slowly BS: Christian Persecution (2040* d) RE: BS: Christian Persecution 10 Nov 13


I have thought about Kevin's interpretation of my interpretation. ....

I have no reason whatsoever to single out Keith for criticism. I do single out however the broad thrust of his argument. That I pounce on instances of his agenda is neither here nor there. I do not wish to change views, merely to challenge what I see as agenda ridden points masquerading as innocent observation.

Keith and I have agreed on points in this and many threads. It is he who now reckons I am somehow trying to "persecute" him for challenging the emphasis on Christian in the same breathe as persecution.

Yes. The brainwashed peasants carrying out the persecution itself may well see religion as a factor, but from their perspective that may be noble. (Knights and Crusades spring to mind every bit as much as suicide bombers) yet the real perpetrators, those urging the pogroms and carnage. ... They use religion as a means not an end.

As I said. I remain convinced the word different is the key not the word Christian. My attempts to merely state that opinion seem to result in Keith spewing out more and more instances of persecution of those culturally recognisable as Christians. I doubt he is thick as pigshit really so his technique for debate leads to questioning his motives. The opportunity to reread his posts, as I have had to in order to keep him happy just reinforces my opinion of his position.

As many have pointed out. Not just me.

I note the apology was well hidden Keith. Although had you the humility to do so it would have probably been, in your words, made up shit.




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