Yes, it does make sense, that's admirable. Understand though, as long as you offer your beliefs as debate, they're going to get played with, deconstructed and twisted in ways you don't really intend. Don't take it personally.actually some things I dont care if they offend, but that is more when people are offended I wont take Christ out of my life, but I dont want to offend in other ways, like by shouting YOU ARE ALL IDIOTS FOR DISAGREEING WITH ME.....that would be crossing a line(hope that makes sense)
That would be ideal. But as long as Dunning is making his own case for Christianity, it would be hard to justify asking anyone else to stop making a case for athiesm as well. Both sides seem to be interested in debating without a conclusion or any prospect of convincing one another of anything.You can disagree, great, but it is nobody's place to try and change another person's beliefs. Can we please move on?