1.) Quite frankly, I got fed up with all the postmodern secularism on this forum. I probably should have controlled myself a little more.
Why would you think it'd be anything but secular around here. This is a language forum; linguistics is secular by default. Religion doesn't factor into what we discuss, that's all.
2.) You ain't seen nutin'. On most of the forums I'm a member on, that post would be consider small for me. Most of them are at least twice as long.
I've been holding myself back on here and on Unilang.
Please continue to hold back, or you'll be guilty of the phenomenon known as TL;DR (too long, didn't read).
Thank you, Talib, I have taken logic before. And actually, that doesn't perfectly fit the description of a strawman. I learned that a strawman was taking one, uncharacteristic aspect of a person/his argument and attacking that as though it were the whole. You're right, I did assume those things about linguoboy without really knowing them, but I inferred them from other things he has written.
I believe that would be a separate, unrelated fallacy (fallacy of composition) but regardless you did attack what you claimed to be his beliefs, not what he said; and this is not a logical inference to make. If you knew what it was, why did you do it?
I'm sorry if those inferences were incorrect; I honestly thought that he was of the atheist religion from my interactions with him.
Atheism isn't a religion but a onotological belief, and besides, you haven't shown why his religious beliefs or lack thereof have any impact on what he writes about Jesus.