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Defending the Conspiracy Theory – Part 10: Motivation for Lying – Patheos

Defending the Conspiracy Theory – Part 10: Motivation for Lying – Patheos

Motivation
WHERE WE ARE AT Peter Kreeft raises seven objections against The Conspiracy Theory (hereafter: TCT) in an attempt to disprove that theory, as part of an elimination-of-alternatives argument for the resurrection of Jesus.  Kreeft thinks that by disproving four skeptical theories, he can show that the Christian theory is true, that Jesus actually rose from the dead. In previous posts (Part #4, Part #5, Part #6, and Part #7), I argued that Kreeft’s Objection #1 against TCT was a miserable FAILURE. In Part #8 I argued that his Objection #2 against TCT was a miserable FAILURE. In Part #9 I argued that his Objection #3 against TCT was a miserable FAILURE. (Notice a pattern here?) OBJECTION #4: NO MOTIVE FOR LYING Kreeft’s Objection #4 against TCT is fairly brief: T
Auto industry facing disruption — and marketers are adjusting – Automotive News

Auto industry facing disruption — and marketers are adjusting – Automotive News

Online Marketing
LOS ANGELES — Traditional automakers are wrestling with disruptive forces — new green-vehicle platforms, shifting demographics and nimble startups focused on the online experience — while upstart companies are tinkering with their business models.That was a common theme during a panel discussion at Automotive News Marketing 360: L.A. last week, moderated by Automotive News Group Publisher KC Crain.Dean Evans, chief marketing officer of Hyundai Motor America, said the brand is heavily focused on streamlining the buying process through transparent online pricing so that the average time a customer spends in a dealership can be reduced, "and most of it is to get to know the car, not to figure out the price," he said. Innovative marketing of that buying process is key to its success, he ad