It's taken me some time to write back because I find your letter a bit incredulous. Honestly, I wasn't sure of what to say, and I've spent a good amount of time thinking about how to respond.
I could have not responded at all, because my instincts are that you are not sincere in seeking to understand me. It's not that you are incapable of understanding me, but you have already pigeonholed me into the "unsaved anti-Christian" and are convinced I am fated to hell.
I could respond by pointing out that you didn't actually deal with any of the points I raised, and observe that accusing me of hatred is avoiding the issue. I would still love to hear the scripture and verse where Jesus advocates the torturing of people. I've always thought Jesus was quite clear when he quoted Hillel, demanding his followers obey the dictum, "That which is hateful to you, do not do unto others." But since you don't find torture hateful, you can easily slither around Christ's commandment.
So, in as few words as possible, I'll try to explain why I have such problems with you.
First, I find you arrogant. You assert that your show is from a "Christian" perspective, and that you are "Fearlessly Defending the Faith." More often than not, your show is from your perspective and you generalize your beliefs to be the proper, true "Christian" stance. This makes you the arbitrary governor of what is or isn't proper Christian dogma, and I don't recall you ever being appointed to the position.
Further, I find your arrogance unwarranted. The "arguments" you stake out are fueled by profound ignorance. What technical training do you have to opine on subjects like evolution, medicine or thermodynamics? You have a basic understanding of these subjects, yet act as if you have are expounding from a full and comprehensive education. It is clear that you are not!
But I want to keep this discussion grounded, so let us discuss an example: Evolution. You dismiss evolution as being unscientific, yet you have never spent any time deeply researching the subject at a accredited university! You can point to no scientific studies that conclusively disprove evolution, yet you act as if there are! Further, you dismiss evolution as being "un-biblical" and demand that every Christian fall in line behind you and do the same. Yet there are Christians who accept evolution without denigrating their beliefs. Catholics are the biggest example of this, when, in 1950, the Catholic Church took a neutral position on evolution and allowed Catholics to believe in evolution. Provided, of course, that their belief in evolution does not take away from God's revelation through Christ!
Now, I know what you're thinking at this moment. You're cranking up your arguments in your Top Ten CDs and preparing to state that you are simply following the dictates of the Bible and being a good Christian. But that doesn't solve the true problem I am pointing to: That you are unwilling to take on the established churches and hold them accountable. If dismissing evolution and accepting the "factual truth" of the story of Genesis is necessary to salvation, then you must denounce Catholics and demand that they repent. But you won't do this, will you? You really aren't willing to rock the boat when there are advertisers on the line, are you?
This letter is going on longer than I intended. My first few observations are but the beginning of my complaints, though I will bring this to a close by stating this: I think Christ's teaching are broader than your theology. Your theology makes God a cosmic blackmailer who holds a gun to my head and says "Believe in me or you will suffer forever." Your theology denies compassion, leading you to believe adherence to the Bible is more important than treating others well. This is evidenced by your willingness to deny abortions to rape victims, your willingness to deny marriage to homosexual couples, and by your continued stereotyping of all Muslims into terrorists.
In short, I find you loud, ignorant, and cruel.
But you're a big boy and can handle my opinion, right?