All Christians and all atheists do not disagree about everything. For instance, I agree very strongly with Hemant Mehta that this church needs to learn how to use quotation marks correctly:

There are in fact whole blogs and web sites dedicated to the misuse of quotation marks. It is cases like these, when people seem to think they indicate emphasis, that the results tend to be unintentionally hilarious.


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  • http://divinesalve.blogspot.com/ David Miller

    Maybe it’s a postmodern Baptist church influenced by radical theology. Once “saved” always “saved.” “Believers” baptism. “God’s” “Word.” I can go on all day. 😉

    Now I’m imagining Baptist church signs with postmodern parentheses.

  • David Evans

    John 1:

    1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
    1:14 And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us…

    If you squint hard enough, perhaps you can convince yourself that “God” = the word “God” = the Word = Christ.