Your analysis is totally inconsistent with what I have said. And for the record you were the first to trade insults. I will not reiterate your insult because I want to put this whole shenanigan behind me and arrive at some equilibrium in these discussions. I already said in my last response that “no hard feelings”. People can get in spats. How the spat is resolved is what makes for maturity, relationships, or no relationships.

Anyway, all I was saying was you needed to include something like the following at beginning of your write up:

“In my first prequel, I discussed Nietzsche’s …..

In this sequel, I will be enunciating on Nietzsche’s attitudes towards Christians.

This brief intro makes me realize all of what is to come is Nietzsche’s opinions not yours.

I never brought up anything about you becoming or not becoming a Christian. Right or wrong, beliefs are a matter of personal choice. The only beliefs that are normatively wrong are the immoral ones.

But if a man and a woman agree to marry and practice non-monogamous marriage, adultery no longer is violation of morality. If both persons in the marriage claim to be Christians they might as well renounce Jesus Christ.

But then I digress.

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