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Not actually an accurate assumption

Posted by Oldtimer on July 14, 2005 at 14:15:39

In Reply to: bamboozled posted by porceleindoll on July 13, 2005 at 23:06:22:

This discussion maybe belongs on the Journeys board, but just to respond to your statment:

"That's interesting cause I've been reading Holy Blood Holy Grail, and was thinking yesterday how many Christians would actually renounce their faith if faced with indisputable evidence that the whole religion was built on falsehoods, or that certain aspects of the religion were not true, and I came to that same conclusion, that probably in most cases, they would not give up the religion, but view such evidence as a test of their faith."

No, this is not what would happen in my case.

When I was in the Family and "faced with indisputable evidence that the whole [Family] religion was built on falsehoods", I finally came to my senses and faced the facts and renounced Mo and got out of the Family. I would do the same if I learned that Christianity was totally false. I guarantee you that.

I don't expect it to happen though. Speaking of books on the subject, have you read Josh McDowell's "Evidence that Demands a Verdict" about proof for the Christian faith? You seem to be interested in those kind of books. Give it a read.