Two quotes from Vox Day.June 22, 2008 — Deacon Duncan
[G]iving up or failing to show up in the first place has always been considered to be a concession, especially when the person suddenly falling silent is the sort who never shuts up otherwise. It’s not actually a question of what those predisposed to think well of my arguments will conclude from such a failure to defend one’s arguments, but rather what a normal and unbiased observer is likely to conclude.
I had planned to deal with this guy’s chapter-by-chapter approach once Kelly got through with hers. But, since he’s repeatedly demonstrated a near complete inability to make a coherent rebuttal to anything I’ve written, it’s somewhat of a relief to know that I don’t have to bother.
The first quote is Vox’s response to Kelly’s announcement that she is not abandoning her critique of TIA; the second, from his attempt to justify exactly why he is neither going to respond to my critique nor post any of the allegedly “superior” arguments for God (or gods) that he claims to possess. Draw what conclusions you will.