Welcome to the Blogosphere, David Marshall!

(...wait, did I spell that right? Should it be 'blogsphere'?)

http://christthetao.blogspot.com/

My friend David Marshall has finally started a web journal at the above address. David is a Christian apologist who usually (although not always) works along the line of cultural apologetics. (The title of his journal, as well as of his main site, goes back to his first book on convergences and contrasts between Christianity and Chinese religious culture.)

His first set of posts out of the gate (aside from some photos from his family trip into the Pacific Northwest countryside near Seattle), involve a running debate with Dr. Hector Avalos on connections (of various sorts) between Christianity and slavery.


Interviews with him on his latest two books, can be found here on the Cadre Journal at:

http://christiancadre.blogspot.com/2007/10/david-marshall-interview-oct-2007-part.html

and

http://christiancadre.blogspot.com/2007/10/david-marshall-interview-oct-2007-part_24.html


Links, with some commentary here at the Cadre, to debates between David and Barry Duke and Robert Price (respectively) can be found:

http://christiancadre.blogspot.com/2008/01/david-marshall-debates-barry-duke.html

and

http://christiancadre.blogspot.com/2008/03/robert-price-vs-david-marshall.html

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