My Christian critics

Convenient stereotypes and slanderous accusations are the prime ingredients in any debate, if you want to feel as if you won the argument while you merely disappear into your own imagination. When you can’t make a rational case, you can always find some mud to sling (even imaginary mud will suffice).

“Ad hominem” abuse (also called personal abuse or personal attacks) usually involves insulting or belittling one’s opponent in order to invalidate his or her argument. See the Wikipedia entry for “ad hominem”.

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4 thoughts on “My Christian critics

  1. Zara says:


    I’m very new to your site and am just trawling through the mine of information you present. Just wanted to leave a quick note after watching your video re: ad hominem attacks. I think that some with that type of belief system operate within a framework of fear based defensive mechanisms that can’t help but produce the kind of comments you’ve seen.

    Really interested in your journey to this point, though…began with David Icke? Ever watched him speak?

    Anyway, take care

    Zara x

  2. Darryl Sloan says:

    Hi, Zara. Never seen David Icke speak live, but I’ve watched a great deal of his video content via YouTube, and read 11 of his books. These days, he’s hit and miss for me – more miss than hit.

  3. Zara says:

    Hi Darryl,

    Hmm, make you right. I have watched him live, so to speak, and I’ve come to the realisation that he’s a cog in the wheel, just as is organised religion, politics and the rest..

    So intrigued by your videos though, can’t see the ‘wire’ so to speak ;p Isn’t there always a wire?

    Zara x

  4. Zara says:

    Oh, and I’m not one of those ‘get tested by Randi so we can can all be shown the wire’ people, either. I don’t know where, who, what or where the wire is if it exists and what the alternative is if it doesn’t. I’m intrigued by the alternative…

    Zara x

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