Believe what you want to believe about me and the Holy Spirit.
Let us be clear. I believe in the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. I believe that the Spirit may reveal some things to some people.
But if someone says to me, 'The Spirit told me that a meteor just dropped down and killed your pet lemur,' when I have no pet lemur, I'm not exactly inclined to believe them.
Whatever it is you feel, it is false. I am not a student of Dawkins. Dawkins would thoroughly disapprove of my belief system.
Why would you read that mans book, you cannot handle it? I say this because you do not believe God's word is 100% truth. So you mix darkness and light Dawkins , Hitchens, and the Bible each in your opinion containing a little bit of half-truths. Makes sense Chris.
I believe that God's Word is entirely true. If you are referring to the fact that I disagree with your interpretation, then let us be clear. I do not think your interpretation is entirely true. But your interpretation is not equal to the Book of God.
Why do you not read the case for Christ by Lee Stroble or the case for Creation by Lee Stroble.
I've already read those, as well as 'Case for Faith'. They're ok. Not my favorite style of apologetics, and I have a few quarrels with some of the cases made.
I would not lie about the Holy Spirit, so take it as a warning, or just be arrogant and see what happens. If you do not believe the Bible 100 truth you do not believe in the real Jesus.
I do not think you are lying. Lying requires maliciousness, and a thorough attempt to deceive. I think you honestly believe that the Spirit told you something. Unfortunately, what you think the Spirit told you involves me, and I can see that it is false. I am not a student of Dawkins.
Ever read the first Ch. of John? If so what does it say, about who Jesus? It says in the begging was the word, and the word became flesh, and dwelt among us. So what parts do you choose to believe and not believe? Why would I even know you read Dawkins I do not know you? It just blows my mind you cannot see. I just had a psychic experience or what in your view, or a lucky guess (LOL)
You claimed earlier that I am a Dawkins follower. You said that that is what the Spirit told you. It's entirely false. I even said from the moment we introduced him into this discussion that I disagreed with him. I'm a Christian. He is a naturalist. We're like oil and water when it comes to fundamental beliefs.
You've been somewhat hazy in this topic. Originally, you claimed that the Spirit told you I was a Dawkins follower (or, as you put it, a 'student of Dawkins'). Now you're kinda insinuating that the Spirit told you I've read
Dawkins. Which is it? If it's the first, it's, as I said before you even mentioned receiving a divine message, false, and (if I were you), I'd be a bit more careful about spiritual communications you receive in the future. If it's the second, then why the sudden change from 'student/follower of Dawkins' to 'reader of Dawkins'? Those are two very different things, and I have a hard time believing the Spirit would fudge up those details.