I know I shouldn’t do it. I mean, I know it is a bad idea, but I just can’t seem to help myself. From time to time, while surfing through the blogs of atheists, I find (by accident, mind you) blogs about atheists written by Christians. Sometimes they have insightful things to say, sometimes they don’t. Usually I read it and move on, but sometimes I leave a comment. And that’s what I did when I read this little piece by Bill Phillips.
Some of what he says in the post is fine and dandy, subjects to be debated among Christians. But he did make two assertions that I thought were odd, and I was unable to resist commenting on them. First, he says “There are so many false converts in Christianity that it’s nearly impossible to tell who really is a Christian and who isn’t.” Also, he says, “Who cares what non-Christians think? Non-Christians are enemies with God, dead in their transgressions, and children of the devil.”