Christian apologists are eager to date the gospels as early as possible to minimize the period of oral history.
At least that’s what I tell myself, so I can sleep at night.
Another thing I don’t like about eharmony is all the fucking ads. Not only are they’re charging me about 30 bucks a month, they also bombard me with ads!?
What the fuck are they doing with all the money I give them each month!?
I expect ads on a free site, but not one where I’m paying!? Apparently, it’s a good thing my subscription is ending. I know legally they CAN cancel my account at any time for any reason, but SHOULD they cancel my account just because I blogged about my experience in a negative way.
You don’t even notice that she hasn’t responded because your distracted by the new excitement of these new matches.
But then, you start realizing, wait a minute, no ones responding back to you.
You’re probably thinking well, there has to be a glitch in the matrix.
There’s no way that 748 girls just haven’t responded back to you.
I’ll use a post from Jim Wallace’s Cold Case Christianity blog to represent this argument. He wants to argue that legend couldn’t creep in over a few decades, so we can be confident that the gospels are an accurate biography of Jesus.