You’re not owning, for some reason, that Evangelical theology is, in fact, currently rooted in the concept of sexual rules creating “purity”—without reference to the teachings of Jesus.

The Nashville Statement uses the unbiblical phrase “purity of life” in reference to sexual acts that create “unpurity.”

So I have to ask, as you’re out flogging your Jesus-centric “Christianity” (also an unbiblical term), why you are pretending that Harris is some kind of outlier. That strikes me as actively deceptive on your part.

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