That's a subjective belief?
No wonder you don't want to have to try to prove your position.
The question then must be asked -- if your version of the tenets of Christianity is subjective, and you know it, who are you to say that someone elses's version is wrong?
But then, you didn't pay enough attention to the conversation to figure out what that argument is...
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
The argument is irrelevant. You can't prove that there are tenets to Christianity. Even if there are, then you can't prove what those tenets are.
So you haven't made an argument. You have made a subjective assumption and demand that people prove your assumption wrong. You might as well ask people to prove that infinite doesn't come to an end.
Not in a conversation discussin whether or not people sho do or do not believe homoseuality is a sin are actually Christians or not. My arguemtn creates a test to that end, and so is -nevessarily- relevant.The argument is irrelevant.
Actually YOU cannot prove this as you have so wonderfully shown.You can't prove that there are tenets to Christianity. Even if there are, then you can't prove what those tenets are.
Yes, yes I have, and it is sound.So you haven't made an argument.
There's no subjectivity in my argument, at all - it states a necessary truth, nothing more, nothing less.You have made a subjective assumption...
The probelem YOU have here is that you find yourself wanting to discuss an argument I didn't make and then expect me to defend that argument.
A little more critical thought on your part would have left you simply agreeing with me.