But, Dr. Enns’ approach is most likely better…
Ham’s tactics read more like political ads than how Christians should speak to each other: painting the other in a wholly negative light; employing highly charged rhetoric; quickly labeling his opponents and misrepresenting them to dismiss them more effectively; bullying; and generally not being a very good listener. His rhetoric is also marked by supreme self-confidence that he speaks for God, and is punctuated by the passive-aggressiveness move to ask his followers to “pray” for the person in question.
You should read the entire post.
What I’ve noticed about Ham and others – I’m looking at you Hambone – is that when you disagree with them, they simply attempt to resurrect the Inquisition – though to be honest, the Inquisition is a bit more honest than how Ham and his minions treat other Christians.