O'Donnell's rant has so many holes in it, but his tactic is genius: declare the Bible to be full of lies and distortion rooted in medieval law, then mock the idea that God could have written said text and you got yourself a impenetrable argument.
Let's say I can answer O'Donnell's claims regarding slavery and death sentences in the Bible, all he needs to do is throw up the "you can't prove the Bible is the inerrant Word of God" firewall. If O'Donnell really wanted honest answers to his Bible questions, he is only a couple clicks away from getting them--or how about one click. While many unbelievers claim their rejection is an intellectual one, I stand firm in the belief that their rejection is simply a moral one.
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