Monthly Archives: July 2012

Opponent’s Bill of Rights

by Bill Kincaid We should remember the double objective of debate: truth and consensus. If an opponent is worth the time to answer at all, he or she deserves certain considerations. We should grant them as inalienable rights, first by … Continue reading

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The book in my hand…

… from the Pilgrim’s mouth. Pliable: Come, neighbour Christian, since there are none but us two here, tell me now further, what the things are, and how to be enjoyed, whither we are going. Christian: I can better conceive of … Continue reading

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John Bunyan

A university man met Bunyan on the road near Cambridge. Said he to Bunyan, “How dare you preach, not having the original Scriptures?” “Do you have them–the copies written by the apostles and prophets?” asked Bunyan. “No,” replied the scholar. … Continue reading

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