The source was The Huffington Post, which is not a Christian site, and the cited passage was the words of an agnostic, not a Christian.<quoted text>
It's your choice to feel personally insulted when I reject one of your sources, not an inevitability. I will always reject Christian apologists. I am too familiar by now with their motives, ethics, and tactics. If you want to cite a reference, choose one that isn't Christian, or p¿be prepared to be personally offended when I reject it.
The fact is that there is absolutely nothing known only to Christians, and anything worth saying can be found in a mutually acceptable resource. If you can only find it coming from a Christian or a Christian site, don't bother me with it.
Not to pile on, but the insult was not from you, it was from Catcher.
My response to you was when you referred to the insult (from Catcher) as "dissent", and I corrected you.
Are you drinking?
You are even more inaccurate than usual.