Date: Fri, 31 Jul 1998 22:24:31 -0700
To: <Guywilliam@aol.com>
From: "Fredric L. Rice" frice@skeptictank.org
Subject: The Alleged Resurrection of Jesus - Lack of Evidentiary Writings


gw> Dear Mr. Rice,
gw> There must have been some event in your life that caused you to
gw> harbor such animosity towards Christianity. What was that event?

Well, let's see. It's kind of difficult picking out one incident out of the bloody history of the religion, you know. It's somewhat like asking what caused the allied forces such animosity towards Nazi Fascism: there's too broad a spectrum of evil to point at any one thing or select from the available pool of evil something which might be considered the worse.

All in all, I would say that the most mitigating aspect of extremist Christianity has been and continues to be its committment to abject evil.

While I'm sure you are well aware of what that evil encompasses, I would be more than happy to enumerate for you the three biggest evils extremist religions have historically stood for. Just let me know. We're here to help, after all.

NOTE: For some curious reason he didn't want to know what they were.


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