One of my former professors now calls me Joe Louis, in reference to the boxer who knocked out so many "bums of the month" that he eventually had trouble finding worthy opponents.christ.
this guy's pretty impressed with himself, eh? "i'm frickin' the joe louis of debating, guys!" no. jackass. and here's why you're not:
this article is entitled, "are atheists now scared to debate?" and it includes the lines:
- A few days ago I debated Michael Shermer at the National Religious Broadcasters convention in Nashville
- On July 12, a few months from now, I have a rematch with atheist Christopher Hitchens
- April 25 I'll be debating the notorious Peter Singer at Biola University near Los Angeles
- Also in April: I'll be debating philosopher Walter Sinnott-Armstrong April 21 at Dartmouth, where he teaches and where I attended.
- Some atheists have emailed me asking me if I've accepted Sam Harris' offer to a written debate. A few months ago Harris proposed such a debate, and I agreed,
but you have to wait until the veeeeeeerry end to find out what in the fuck he's blathering about:
Having himself proposed the written debate, Harris hasn't responded to my counteroffer.
Given that Richard Dawkins has already wimped out, proving himself an intellectual invertebrate, I'm beginning to wonder whether some of the world's best-known atheists are losing the courage of their convictions.
oh. wow. one guy outta five said no, now all of a sudden it's valid to imply all atheists are scared of you. here's more insight... guess why dawkins told you to fuck off? THIS IS WHY:
agreeing to debate d'souza is like agreeing to play a game of football wherein you have to play by the rules and he doesn't. you can't hold. you can't be offsides. but he? well he isn't confined by any sort of rules whatsoever, apparently. how does this sounds like something anyone would want to do??
intellectual fraud. shyster. abomination.