Tuesday, September 8, 2009
When Protestants Attack III: Steve Hays and His Temper Tantrum!
I knew when I started this string that I would get some backlash from some Protestants. I expected at least to get some rational arguments from these guys. But this guy Steve Hays over at Trialblogue has really been melting down since I pointed out his flawed analogy that he made on the Church. I really have to shake my head at this guy. After pointing out Steve's bad analogy in his attack on the Papacy, now Hays has resorted to attacking priests and trying to use another Red Herring to make himself feel better. This guy is really sick. He also makes some character attacks on me as well. He makes some generalizations on my career choices and so forth which he has no clue about. It amazes me that when these guys don't have an argument all they can do is make sick character attacks. He went and hunted out another blog of mine on a completely different topic! Then he attacked that! He couldn't win a religious debate so now he has gone off the deep end.
You can read his latest demented post at his blog. Here is my challenge to Hays. Anytime you want to debate a topic with actual arguments, I am here. As far as your sick comments on the priesthood, I wouldn't throw stones in glass houses. Here are some of his comments from his latest post. This is what happens when you challenge an argument made by Steve Hays. He gets his feelings hurt and he responds with this infantile rant. I'll let the readers decide who has the arguments and who is acting like a 12 year old who just got in trouble with his dad. Calling me a "baby faced Ax killer?" This is something that a kid in third grade kid might use. Who knows, maybe his kid got on his computer while he was watching the Discovery Channel or something?
"Da champ (aka Matthew “the Baby-Faced Ax-killer” Bellisario) wants to be a criminologist when he grows up."
"I don’t see the website for snapnetwork.org (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests), or the website for BishopAccountability.com, or the website for Voice of the Faithful (www.votf.org/)."
I ask, and ask again. Real arguments please!