I've been debating a lot of Protestants lately; some of which are out on the fringe. I had been discussing the Table of Nations (listed in Genesis 10). I gave a list of all the names listed there and which peoples today descend from those individuals. I used historical references from ancient historians such as Josephus and Herodotus, names of places, and traditions of peoples worldwide.
Some of these (very anti-Catholic Protestants) called this commentary "stupid" for a number of reasons (primarily because it conflicts in their 'interpretations' on who are "Adamites" and who are not. [They believe in Preadamism])
One of these Protestants (a Calvinist, to be specific) has stated before that she refuses to read Catholic material because it is "long and boring". She responded to my commentary, saying:
I read the first paragraph of the first post of this thread and could not continue as a serious reader.
- along other similar comments.
Too "long and boring" for you?
The moderator (a Protestant and anti-Catholic) said this:
Why are you being rude to her? Do you think that encourages a productive response back?
Now this moderator completely ignores the rude and condescending remarks over her fellow Protestants, yet acts as if it is me who is the instigator.
Excuse me, I'm being rude? Have you even read any of your Protestant friends have said to me?
She said in response:
So do you believe that two wrongs make a right or that we should repay evil with evil?
How should I respond to this?
Thanks in advance.
Anyway, I would really appreciate some help with a response to this, I can't really think of a good one, at this moment. Thanks in advance.