Yes, I understand. That of course is what I was alluding to when I wrote, "I guess I understand. We attack what is most cherished to them."To most Christians the only true words are the words that were told to them by their parents or Grandparents, read about in the Bible and verified by their pastors. Along comes someone and tells them that what they've heard, what they've known what they've cherished and who've they've cherished it from is not true?
Yes, I see that as well. How do you say that nicely?
Agreed.And in most of those cases IANS (maybe not in your case but in most others out there) they're told in a not so nice way that they've been lied to, or are crazy. And one wonders why we become hostile? It's the Equivalent of being told that your parents aren't your real parents, or the that person telling you this is for whatever reason attempting to maliciously lie to you and hurt you.
Again, I understand. I don't see it changing.Of course a Christian is going to resist, get angry and respond with a defense that may be less than civil.