markf posted this:
October 21, 2011 at 1:17 am
What I want to know is if the Christians on this forum think that killing the Caanite children was morally acceptable or praiseworthy.
There seem to be a lot of responses on the lines of atheists do even worse things or how can anyone condemn things who have no real basis for morality. Neither of these are relevant to this question. This is a question about the morality of this act and about Christians, not atheists. Christians presumably believe they have real basis for morality. Does this basis approve of the killing of the Caananite children?
And this is how gordo responded to it:
October 21, 2011 at 6:14 am
October 21, 2011 at 6:16 am
Directed to MF, who is taking the venom to the next step.
Elizabeth Liddle responded to that with:
October 21, 2011 at 6:21 am
OK, I guess we’d all better take five. I am utterly puzzled though. I’d have thought that most Christians would find Craig’s piece seriously problematic. I simply cannot understand why being appalled by it should be considered “venomous”, or “slander”, and I cannot see a single lie in Markf’s post.
And markf said:
October 21, 2011 at 6:36 am
I am trying to work out how a question can be a lie!
To which gordo said:
October 21, 2011 at 7:16 am
When it is accusatory and laced with invidious insinuations, as you full well know.
That from a guy (gordo), a self-proclaimed christian, who falsely accuses me of threatening his family (and other things), falsely accuses evolutionists/Darwinists/materialists/atheists/etc. of every horrible thing that his demented mind can think of, constantly tells lies and slanders anyone who questions or disagrees with him, and who makes constant "invidious insinuations" against and about anyone who doesn't blindly and eagerly worship him and his imaginary, monstrous, murderous god.
A little further down in that thread gordo says (in reference to markf's completely reasonable question):
October 21, 2011 at 7:42 am
(By way of explanation of my resort to language I do not lightly use: On fair comment, to snip a man struggling with a difficulty out of context and project on him a false caricature is slander. To project that slander by poisonous questions unto an entire class of people who one knows or should know better about is a willful misrepresentation, one of the subtler forms of lying — often unconsciously indulged. Sadly, it took shouting in effect to get attention for at least a moment from one who studiously refuses correction on flimsy excuses.)
What a pile of rancid shit gordo is, and the so-called "man" that he's referring to and zealously supporting is the genocide condoning William Lane Craig.