Theology That Matters

If you have spent any time at all in debates with atheists, you will have noticed the argument that if we eat shellfish then we do not truly believe in the Bible.
They will ask if you believe in the Bible. Once you say yes, then they will say, “do you eat shellfish?” The implication is that if you do believe in the Bible, why do you eat shell fish. This argument is also put forth by the homosexual community in justifying their sin as well.
The point of the attack is to show that Christians really don’t believe in the Bible because we do eat shellfish. In fact, I’m a very strong advocate of shellfish. I had some in my creole last Friday at Red Lobster. Delicious.
So how do we answer the skeptic who makes this charge? Simply by pointing out two things: First, the skeptic…

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