David, I appreciate many of your thoughts and enjoy many of your videos, but parts of this particular one seem a little contrived to me. For instance, your discussion about freewill seems overly simplistic in the sense that it minimizes the role our biology, geography, culture etc..play in forming what we believe is true. I dont believe we are determined or programmed to believe something, but advancements in neuroscience seem to suggest that strong volitionalism is really untenable to believe. I bring this up because your blanket accusation that most atheists are suppressing what they know to be true strikes me as a little disingenous (Im a Christian btw). My cousin literally lost his faith because he found some of Christianitys beliefs untenable. I watched his faith deconstruct before my very eyes and saw how much he wanted to come back but couldnt out of what he called intellectual honesty. Thanks for your time. http://experimentaltheology.blogspot.com/2011/03/what-i-dont-get-about-greg-boyd-and-rob.html?m=1
My name is Drew by the way. I left the above comment.
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