User talk:DrDean

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I'm slightly confused by what your trying to state, especially at the end with Pauline christianity, which for all accounts IS Christianity, as messianic Jews and Jewish Christians are either not mainstream or are basically dead.--SeanS 23:00, 12 September 2011 (EDT)

I included that so as not to step on anyone's toes. There are non-Pauline Christians remaining by tradition and those who have retroactively cut Paul from the bible. Paul wrote that, and I was just talking about how I interpret what Paul wrote, and how it guides me in evaluating other Christians. I believe that the salvation of the New Covenant is incompatible with the legalism of the Old Testament and I believe that we all have deal breakers in our thoughts and in our deeds. Since we are all sinners Our duty should be towards finding salvation in the heart of our lord Jesus rather than bickering over who is blacker, the pot or the kettle. --DrDean 23:54, 12 September 2011 (EDT)

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I saw your change to the categories in this essay, and I greatly appreciate your quick response. Your change is more than satisfactory, so unless anyone objects, I think it's fine to remain. Thank you again! Kevin Davis Talk 23:38, 22 September 2011 (EDT)

quick note

An atheist internet vandal community of obscure atheists had an opportunity to debate me, but they blew it. All they had to do is give $20,000 to a trustworthy Christian and have that person donate money to a Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability certified Christian relief organization. They never showed they had a trustworthy Christian and I suggested giving the money to a Bible believing pastor. However, they chose not to which was no big deal to me as I didn't feel they wanted to meet my conditions anyways. As far as my personal schedule, while I do value being flexible, I did not stick to some priorities I set for myself and in retrospect, I shouldn't have done this, but there are certainly still a lot of opportunities to pursue in the world and there is no sense crying over spilled milk.

With that being said, if you would like to see some non-obscure atheists debate me, have them make me an attractive offer and I certainly can consider their offer. Given that global Christianity is a vibrant and growing community and the atheist community is losing about 300 people a day, I would think there would be an eagerness on their part to debate members of Christendom to try to turn things around despite the fact that God never loses and Christians time and time again are victorious over atheists in debate due to the utter weakness of atheism (see: Atheism and Debate). Richard Dawkins and Penn Jillette do seem to realize that atheism is worldview for fools and it cannot be credibly defended (See: Daniel Came). By the way, my debate offer to Penn Jillette still stands, but he does seem to be rather timid when it comes to debating. Conservative 00:00, 27 September 2011 (EDT)

ALL they had to do was cough up $20K (actually I believe you demanded $27K, but I could be wrong) for the privilege of debating you? You value yourself too highly, Ken. And remind me, please, what happened when someone actually offered to PAY the $27,000 to debate you? Who was it that chickened out, exactly? --LeonardS 00:32, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
So a bunch of atheists didn't want to pay $20,000 to debate an anonymous person on the internet? That is not surprising in the slightest. MaxFletcher 00:19, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
"All they had to do is give $20,000". Is that right? Is it $20,000 to have the privilege to debate with Conservative ?--ARamis 00:22, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
I'm new and I don't want to start a fight, but didn't they offer to pay the $27,000 then pull out because you refused to identify yourself? --LeonardS 00:03, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
I have no idea who or what you are talking about. I don't really do debates, or watch them. If you want someone to organize a debate for you you need to go ask someone else. I am very confused as to why this is on my talk page. --DrDean 00:08, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
Would you debate the YouTube atheist Voiceoftruth2006? He'd be happy for you to do an audio-only debate, so you wouldn't need to reveal your identity. You can check his atheist/evolutionist credentials at his YT channel: [1] --LeonardS 00:09, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
Perhaps this discussion could happen on someone else's page, I will not be debating anyone anytime soon. --DrDean 00:11, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
DrDean, if you want to feign ignorance, I have no problem with that. I do briefly want to tell LeanardS they didn't meet my conditions and I am certainly under no obligation to meet conditions of obscure atheists who run vandal websites. :) Conservative 00:13, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
Oh, but internationally known personalities like Richard Dawkins, PZ Myers and Penn Jillette are under some obligation to debate with you or your "friend" Shockofgod? Interesting. Please, Ken, do explain the difference. --LeonardS 00:21, 27 September 2011 (EDT)
No problem; I'll start a new section on Ken's talk page about it.
Oh wait, I can't. So I'll move it to the talk:cowardice page instead. That seems appropriate. --LeonardS 00:15, 27 September 2011 (EDT)