You ask the question and I’ll give what I think he’d answer. Then we can both decide how crazy it is. Ready, go.
You asked for it. Here are but a few obvious ones.
President Romney, since you have your finger on the nuclear trigger which could destroy us all, we need to know how mentally stable you are. Therefore I would like to question you on your deeply personal beliefs.
Do you believe that:
No offence intended Brandon. I think that all religious beliefs appear crazy when examined closely by a non believer.
I’ll let Brandon answer this, but you seem to be letting him off easy with all but one of your questions. The last belief is the only completely accurate and honestly asked question. All of the others have errors in the doctrine or facts stated.
I think Romney’s response would be something like this:
“I’m running for political office, not church office. I suggest you go to official sources if you have doctrinal questions.”
My assessment of the craziness: 0. On a scale from 1 to 10. (Yes, that’s right. 0.)
I think that all religious beliefs appear crazy when examined closely by a non believer.
First, don’t say all. It makes it too easy to dismiss your whole argument.
Second, it’s not the closeness of the examination; it’s the bias and error.
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