Increasingly it seems the achilles heel of atheists is the discussion of relativism. When anyone holds any claim to absolute truth then the secularists rise up in cries of protest.

Read the colourful responses to Philip Jensen’s Good Friday sermon in The Sydney Morning Herald.

Here was my unpublished letter to the editor in response:

It seems that the only people who took offence at Philip Jensen’s Good Friday sermon were secularists and atheists (Letters, April 17). The majority of Australians who believe in God warmly welcome such debate about religious beliefs. If secularists and atheists want to be taken seriously then they should enter the stage and join the discussion, rather than shouting “racism” and “arrogance” from the cheap seats in the crowd.