My own opinion of Ray is mostly that he's kind of a lame apologist, but that he seems like a decent enough guy. If the rumors that he has a robot monkey are true then his stock goes up accordingly. On the other hand, some guy named David J. Stewart thinks that Ray is actually leading people to their eternal torment in hell. Stewart runs Jesus-is-Savior.com, and he's concerned that Ray is emphasizing acts over faith, thus guaranteeing that Jesus is going to stomp a mudhole in Ray and all of his followers after the time comes.
Granted, this whole acts vs. faith thing (Phrased simply: Do you get into heaven by way of good deeds, pure faith in Jesus, or both?) is among the most boring non-schisms in modern Christianity, but Stewart has banged out several pages about it, including two articles about Ray. (Here and here.) To my way of thinking, it's akin to asking if a Lawful Good fighter can equip a Holy Avenger +5 sword even though he isn't a paladin*, but apparently some Christian thinkers are incredibly interested in this topic. I suppose it is meant to be a matter of heaven vs. eternal doom, but jeeze.
By the way, don't mistake me for agreeing with Stewart here. Jesus-Is-Savior.com is a fiery quasi-Protestant site that reiterates, more shrilly and largely without cartoons, most of the positions that Ray himself takes. I'm just interested to see how one sanctimonious guy paints another sanctimonious guy from the same religion as leading people headlong into hell. I've not seen Ray talk about Stewart at all, though I have every reason to believe that he's aware of him, since I mentioned him on Ray's blog this morning (though that post seems not to have made it through the moderation process for some reason...)
Anyway, it seemed worth a giggle to me. I'd love to see a response from Ray, but I doubt one is forthcoming.
*The answer is yes, but he only gets a +2 bonus on attack and damage and doesn't radiate Protection From Evil.