Mar 1, 2023·edited Mar 1, 2023Liked by William Poulos

I find it funny that people who condemn fundamentalists (because fundamentalists tend to believe that only their current view of the world can be valid) do, at the same time, claim that views contrary to theirs are not worth considering because the author of those views must (without an understanding of the author's views) be a "bad" person. Here little or no attempt was made to rationally explain why the views should be considered invalid. [If they had done so then it would've be an opportunity for the author to grow in understanding. Instead it does the opposite.]

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