The fact is apologetics like you change your stances on issues throughout the generations. Your arguments always attempt to match up the bible to the current secular morality. As secular morality improves the apologetic's arguments have to change.
<quoted text>there are all kinds of arguments. many of them like most of your wrong. so while they like yours are also apologetic arguments that doesn't mean i agree with them.
now i realize that you don't think that your argument are apologetic but they are when you try to claim that the Catholic church was the original church, when you try to explain your understanding of scripture, and when you try to defend the agnostic or athiest view of history. you also are an apologist and those on your side of the issue are also changing or adjusting their position. so i don't view my being labeled as an apologist as any form of an insult. just don't lump us all together as one when we don't agree as one.
my arguments come specifically from the word of God when it pertains to what the word of God says. i don't think that that will change so i don't think that my arguments will change unless someone shows me that i missed something. my position is not new people have held these positions down through the ages. it may not have been the majority position. it may not have been the popular position but when you consider that anyone who disagreed with the C "church" was persecuted and killed you can see why it was not the majority position.