Saturday, March 01, 2008

DEBATE W/EASTERN ORTHODOX PART 6: JOSH BRISBY CROSS-EXAMINES JAY DYER

For some reason, I cannot seem to get Jay's response to my cross-examine questions to post, perhaps b/c it is having trouble accepting certain links. I refer my readers to Jay's website at http://www.nicenetruth.com/ in which he responds to my cross-examine questions. I apologize for not being able to post it.

Again, Jay Dyer has responded. Please visit http://www.nicenetruth.com/ .

I will prepare for my closing statement as well.

--Josh Brisby

4 comments:

steve said...

http://triablogue.blogspot.com/2008/03/last-rites.html

Anonymous said...

skinny, you are overcomplicating things again. I found an old post on the internet, a dialogue between you and atheists, and you approached it the wrong way my brother. A turn-or-burn, fly-or-fry speech will only alienate others. I like a debate, but you must be careful in how you do things. Marky Mark, brisby2@msn.com

Anonymous said...

"skinny, you are overcomplicating things again. I found an old post on the internet, a dialogue between you and atheists, and you approached it the wrong way my brother. A turn-or-burn, fly-or-fry speech will only alienate others."

Though a bit simplistic of a summary of Josh's debate I'm sure, I wonder how you would debate someone who was opposed to all your 'reasoning?' Say, a drug addict. You know, someone whose lifestyle was out of control and was headed toward destruction. We might say, 'If you don't stop, you're going to kill yourself.'

Now, how about if they responded, "Your 'stop or drop' argument only alienates me."?

Or, say a doctor with a patient who has developed a heart condition. "If you keep eating McDonalds three times a day, you're going to die." How about if the endangered soul responded: "Your 'fast or you won't last' argument only alienates me, doc."

Seems to me some instances *precisely* call for those kinds of remarks. Seems to me you don't view sin as the life-destroying disease it really is.

~PM

Josh Brisby said...

Mark,

Good to hear from you, and welcome to your brother's blog.

I'm not sure where I did the "turn or burn" with Jay Dyer honestly. Perhaps you can give me a call. It's been a while. I'd love to chat.