Bags of Bran

Apologioi: An Introduction and Opening Salvo
April 1, 2012, 9:04 pm
Filed under: Apologioi

My brother and I have been exchanging e-mails lately. As the reader will instantly gather, he and I are not on exactly the same page, either in our epistemology or our theology. If you do not gather that there are differences in our epistemology and our theology, you are not a reader, sorry. I don’t make the rules.

Anyways, if you’d like to chime in, feel free. Just keep it clean, or Mr. Man has to edit your comment for the young’uns.

At any rate, I don’t plan to offer much commentary on the exchange unless my brother wants to exchange here. I will interact with comments directed toward myself, but my brother will handle his own. He’s got more public debate experience than I, so I will defer to his judgment whether he wants to engage things here.

Our exchange started with a question about a guy named Kent Hovind and the elusive vitamin B17. Yes, the one that sounds like a bomber from the WWII era.

Curt evidently thought it was Ken Ham who said it. My response (gone AWOL from the record, alas…) was NO! It was Kent Hovind who said that!

Curt, to me

March 4, 2012

The B17 thing was Kent Hovind- I had seen comments by Rev. Hamm backing up Mr. Hovind, but that is a far cry from making the statement originally. My fault. 


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