In a message dated 01/21/2000 5:04:43 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> It is my sincere, honest, carefully considered, firmly held belief
> that Christian dogma is complete hogwash. To say anything less would
> be an insult to my audience and to philosophy as a whole. To take
> offense at such an honest expression is a fault of the listener, not
> the speaker.
So basically, you are saying if someone spouted that atheists should be
tortured and destroyed for their lack of religious affiliation, you are just
peachy with it? After all it is a "firmly held belief" and "to say anything
less is an insult to my audience and philosophy as a whole". If you take
offense at this, who's fault is it?
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