posted on March 11, 2010 04:24
Norman Geisler never met an atheist he didn’t like. For 40 years he has read them, talked to them and debated them. Academic atheists remain the favorite on his intellectual menu because he’s never known one who didn’t condemn the Holocaust as a moral abomination. And therein lies their fatal intellectual flaw, according to Geisler. “How would you know that the Holocaust is ultimately wrong unless you knew what was ultimately right?” Geisler asked.
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