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Gagnon's Thorn

What I love about the Nardelli/Gagnon exchange is that Gagnon is getting a taste of his own medicine with Nardelli giving pages and pages of rebuttal to a few lines of what Gagnon is saying. Gagnon's usually on the giving end of these types of exchanges (what one critic called "Gagnonism") and he can't stand it. Gagnon never did respond to Nardelli's rejoiner, but he sure did have time to respond to lesser scholars soon after and went on with spouting off his same arguments on his blog Nardelli refuted. Gagnon starts his criticism with calling Nardelli a "Classicist" and not a true Bible scholar, but who does Gagnon quote over and over again to try to prove his points on his website? Author Thomas Hubbard, a "Classicist."

ROBERT GAGNON’S THE BIBLE AND HOMOSEXUAL PRACTICE
TEN YEARS AFTER : A NON-THEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT

by Jean-Fabrice Nardelli, PhD.

Gagnons response (bitingly) titled: "The Dogs Bark But the Caravan Moves On"

Nardelli's counter response.


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