Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Don't Quote Me on That

Dr. James White shares one of the most bizarre moments in his nearly 20 years of debate experience. In this clip he is debating Dan Barker, "one of America's leading atheists." Just as Dr. White is beginning to make his opening remarks, Barker pipes up to protest the use of his own book as a source of reference: "We're not debating my book, we're debating the topic tonight. I may have changed my mind in the book." Translation: "Don't try to confuse people by repeating what I have publicly stated regarding the topic we are debating. I may no longer believe what I wrote in that book -- which is on sale in the back for $14.95 -- and even if I do, I fail to see how what I believe is relevant."

Huh?

1 comment:

Phil said...

He didn't want White to jeopardize book sales, so he made book quotes out of bounds.

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