[b-hebrew] OT: a link about Modern Hebrew

VC vadim_lv at center-tv.net
Mon Jun 7 13:25:14 EDT 2004

Dear Dave,

How about this statement of yours,

>Learning about Christianity from a non-Christian
>is like getting a kiss over the telephone.
Should this Christian be white male, as well?


Vadim Cherny

> > > HH: The fact that the Christian approach requires more assumptions
> > > does not necessarily make it weaker.
> >
> > Well, you studied logic, did you? More assumptions - weaker the
> > Or is the logic inapplicable here? Tertullian's argument about the
> > absurdity still relied on logic.
> >
> > >The most simple idea is not
> > > always correct. It may overlook some important fact.
> >
> > Taking the NT as a fact is itself an assumption.
> Actually, it's based on history.  If you have an inescapable fact that
> surrounds the material being examined, then it must be factored in,
> one likes it or not.  Your constant caricatures of this aspect of Hebrew
> study are becoming tiresome.  It's clear that either a) you don't really
> understand the Christian perspective and basis, or b) you choose
> to ridicule.  Either way, I'm amazed at what the moderators have let you
> away with so far.
> > >The claim of
> > > Christianity is that God was giving new revelation through Jesus
> > > Christ. The claim is that he was a prophet and in fact the Messiah
> > > prophesied in the OT.
> >
> > Only a prophet? Wow, you are very liberal. Every Muslim would agree with
> > you
> Did you happen to read his entire statement?  This is another clear
example of
> caricaturization and ridicule.  If you insist on engaging in such ad
> hominems, it's your prerogative, but please don't do it on this list.
> [snip]
> --
> Dave Washburn
> http://www.nyx.net/~dwashbur
> Learning about Christianity from a non-Christian
> is like getting a kiss over the telephone.
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