The “exoneration” statement by Veritas Evangelical Seminary came to my attention on the same day I viewed the footage contained in the following brief video. I collected together the various elements of mythology–untruths, lies, exaggerations, etc., and put them into a less than ten minute montage. And so I ask a simple question: what kind of thinking could possibly lead someone to the conclusion that the consistent, decade-long repetition of these “misstatements” can be dismissed in the cavalier fashion exemplified by the Veritas statement that dares to parallel the failures of imperfect people with this kind of purposeful, systemic, consistent misrepresentation on Ergun Caner’s part? It boggles the mind.
(This video from the California Christian Apologetics Conference, September 22, 2006 at the Harbor Light Assembly of God in Fremont, California.)
Oh, and by the way. I still have not heard any response from Norman Geisler about my challenge to him. Remember what I challenged him to do:
So my question, Dr. Geisler is this: please quote for us Hadith 2425 and explain its relevance to the Qur’an. If you cannot do so, please explain your defense of Ergun and Emir Caner’s use of a citation system that cannot lead one to the proper citation, but instead would leave one to have to guess.