cursuswalker wrote:you cannot find any earlier source for those quotes than the novel in which they appear?
Dendrias wrote:I know that You meant the comments - but is that a discussion? kolbayar has got one point he supports with arguments, but that's about philosophy and myth only. I don't want to be too picking. I'm sorry when I sound too arrogant.
We both can go checking around. Have You read the late-antique sources?
cursuswalker wrote:Arth Frown wrote:cursuswalker wrote:You seem to be relying upon my criticism of Christianity as a criticism of the idea rather than addressing the reasons behind that criticism. This is an appeal to motive verging on ad hominem.
Yes, I am suspicious to your motive.
And what do you suspect my motive to be?
Dendrias wrote:This seems to be going round in circles. I'm dizzy, by now.
On October 28th, I had some sentences on several sources. After that, I discussed the validity of modern sources. After I said, for the second time, that said citations are from a novel, You answered the novel-problem. Would You please check again Oct. 28th? As a shortcut? Please?
cursuswalker wrote:To elaborate, how suspicious can the motives be of a known atheist pagan and rational skeptic promoting an event commemorating the death of a pagan who was also a famous rationalist on a section of a Druid forum set aside for skepticism?
Arth Frown wrote:cursuswalker wrote:To elaborate, how suspicious can the motives be of a known atheist pagan and rational skeptic promoting an event commemorating the death of a pagan who was also a famous rationalist on a section of a Druid forum set aside for skepticism?
Ok fair enough, just that Hypatia like it says in your last link is used by atheists as political point scoring.
It seems to be encouraging anti-christian sentiment of your facebook page link
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