we look at the specific points we have observed in the ‘Content' part
Speculation through fiction.
Citing past authors who have speculated about possibilities does little
but add some colour to an otherwise colourless argument. In the midst
of this comes some vitriolic writing that is not worthy of someone
who appears widely read, widely travelled and widely experienced.
Deriding the story of the Fall, he speaks of “impossible
to obey prohibitions.” Does he use this language because he's
never read it? In a land of plenty with fruit trees galore, what is
so difficult in staying away from one? Adam didn't die? Pardon? He
died, not immediately but that wasn't what was said. Read more carefully.
There's nothing else worthy of comment here.
So he gives us an incredible example of extreme superstition. Yes,
people are superstitious. See my general comments above.
The Marjoe Con.
‘Con' is my word. He calls him a Pentecostal which seems a completely
inaccurate description. On all that's said, yes, a fraudster and,
yes, people are gullible, but that doesn't mean everyone is, and as
I noted above this has little or nothing to do with traditional, Biblical
and historical Christianity. If you're not sure what that means, please
Similarly this requires no comment. Many of us would agree with what
is written here but all that does is show that the work of deception
is alive and thriving, but again that is little to do with traditional