Thursday, October 22, 2009

Well, he would know.

Brad, talking about what he knows best.

I mean, come on - it's been obvious to most of us for the last few years. The funny thing is, his "general theory of Apostasy" is an attempt to legitimize specific apostasy in the case of Brad. Once you get to the end, you realize he's basically saying anytime priesthood leaders criticize him, they're "abusive."

Trust us Brad, you're not fooling anyone. Your general theory sounds more like a lame attempt to de-legitimize valid criticism of your way too unorthodox beliefs before it even starts. Your attempt to frame it with love and charity at the end falls a bit too flat, since it's clear you're more concerned with those who criticize you, and I doubt you're going to stop propagating your apostasy anytime soon.

3 comments:

Brad said...

That was an impressively substantive dismantling of my argument. You're a gentleman and a scholar and I salute you. And, it goes without saying, your (obviously correct) labeling of me as an unrepentant apostate in no way reinforces the core arguments of my post.

Cheers!

RoastedTomatoes said...

I think Brad is definitely an apostate. Repent, you sinner! Kneel before Zod.

Mister Correlation said...

We're all apostates now.

And Brad clearly has some sort of man-crush on me.