An Enlightening Excerpt from a Lecture by the Lazy Atheist Historian

An Enlightening Excerpt from a Lecture by a Lazy Atheist Historian

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5 thoughts on “An Enlightening Excerpt from a Lecture by the Lazy Atheist Historian

  1. I had to read it to know it was funny.

    Funny that is dependent on a bitter truth is funny, no matter what the truth is or your opinion of it.

    I never considered that religious apologists could be funny, because I didn’t think they could see truth, being consumed with apologizing and trying to shoe horn religion into truth.

    So, it nice to be surprised – truth has a way of doing that, now and again.

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  2. Really?

    Well I agree it’s nice to see some humour around. It seems to be rare with Christians for some reason, so these comics are kinda cool.

    But I’m surprised that you think apologists are blind to the truth. They may differ with you on what they believe is true, but of the apologists I know, they are very dedicated to finding what is true, and they are forever changed by what they discover.

    Interesting.

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