In at least two posts at Gates of Vienna, the noted blogger Fjordman, has discussed the impact of the Christianity on the Western world. In the first post Fjordman asserts that although Christian morals are constructive and in some respects foundational for rational society, when enmeshed with secular "values" it leads to existential apathy. I agreed with his conclusion but disagreed with his premise on the role of "turn the other cheek". I pointed out that C.S. Lewis demolished that argument decades ago. Fjordman appears to have corrected this aspect of his argument by making reference to C.S. Lewis's work in his more recent post. However, there are two disputable assertions that Fjordman makes in the same (newer) post: one in his reference to Gibbon and the other in reference to Galatians.