This is also from the same man who says that no one is good because God is the perfect good. By that logic, then, he must also admit that there is nothing hard because God is the perfect hard. Where in the Bible does it define everything that is hard, anyway? I know the places in the Bible where it defines things as good (sacrifice animals, own slaves, stone unruly children, etc), but I can't recall where it defines things as hard.
It would be nice for us atheists to have an imaginary friend who knows everything, like Ray has. After all, by Ray's logic if you were to have an imaginary friend who you claim knows everything, then you would know everything; you would have "absolute truth."
Without the solid foundation of the Word of God you will be blown about by the winds of an ever-changing secular philosophy.Until Ray owns slaves and, upon having his virgin daughter raped, demands 50 shekels of silver and a wedding, I don't want to hear about the "solid foundation" the Bible has or how secular philosophy is "ever-changing." As I described in an earlier post, the Bible is ever-changing as well.