"Well, it's your opinion that it's his opinion."
No, it really is his opinion. It is my opinion that his opinion is incorrect, and his that mine is incorrect.
"It's my opinion that he's just stating the facts"
I'm glad you got that part right.
"You up to that sort of honesty?"
That would not be honesty. You cling to your distorted view and call those who try and point out the distortion liars. Straw Man 101.
LDS doctrine is not contridicted by the LDS understanding of the Bible, it DOES contridict YOUR understanding of the Bible. If you want to say we understand the Bible wrongly, or that our doctrine contridicts your view of the Bible, go right ahead, but 'you don't agree with me so you are not being honest' crap is childish. And not having your personal respect is no great hardship for me.
posted on 01/27/2003 9:42:56 AM PST
To: Grig; drstevej
It's your opinion that it's not your opinion that it's your opinion.
So now we know loyalty to your cult has requires you to be dishonest and lazy. You've picked the laziest "out" in the world (everything's "just your opinion" to the person who doesn't want to hear it). I was going to say, "Let me show you how it works" -- but the truth is that I *did* just show you, and it sailed right over your head.
One day you will face facts, as you refuse to do now. That is a certainty. I pray God it won't be too late.
posted on 01/27/2003 9:59:16 AM PST
LDS doctrine is not contridicted by the LDS understanding of the Bible
Do you "understand" there to be a missing "more than" in 1 Timothy 3:2? Hey, maybe it's in that special version of the Bible you Mormons have.
Or Romans 9. Do you "understand" Paul to have been writing on "yes means no day"?
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