Another Problem with "Mormon Scholars Testify"

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Ray A

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The Nehor wrote:I'm not as weak in my faith as you were.


My educated guess is that you probably have some kind of compulsive masturbation habit, and you see Mormonism as a way of redeeming yourself.

Maybe you should check in to some kind of addiction centre.

Maybe that will also cure you of your obsessive need to attack "Exmos" to justify flogging your dick too much.

You married? Did you tell your wife that you masturbate on the side?

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Re: Another Problem with "Mormon Scholars Testify"

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Ray A wrote:
The Nehor wrote:I'm not as weak in my faith as you were.


My educated guess is that you probably have some kind of compulsive masturbation habit, and you see Mormonism as a way of redeeming yourself.


Were you educated at Cassius University perhaps? Or Devry?

Maybe you should check in to some kind of addiction centre.


Thank you Mr. Internet Psychiatrist. Do you also diagnose schizophrenics. I've talked to a few online.

Maybe that will also cure you of your obsessive need to attack "Exmos" to justify flogging your dick too much.


Yes, each rebuttal e-mail gets me one more. Your ad hominem defense is growing tiring my irrationally angry friend.

You married? Did you tell your wife that you masturbate on the side?


So how's your sex life? Hookers look decent? Any new diseases?

See, I can play the irrelevant sexual detour game too.
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Ray A

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The Nehor wrote:So how's your sex life? Hookers look decent? Any new diseases?

See, I can play the irrelevant sexual detour game too.


Don't see hookers, and my sex lfe is relegated to the most popular sport in Utah - porn viewing.

Now be sure to check yourself into that compulsive masturbation centre, because you have all the classic signs of a compulsive masturbator who sees "apologetics" as a kind of "redemption" from dick addiction.

In other words, you're just a typical Mormon hypocrite, and probably a speck in the pool of "Mormon priesthood holders" who contribute to enormous porn viewing among Mormon males.

Now go have your daily wank.

I promise I won't tell your wife.

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Re: Another Problem with "Mormon Scholars Testify"

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Ray A wrote:
The Nehor wrote:So how's your sex life? Hookers look decent? Any new diseases?

See, I can play the irrelevant sexual detour game too.


Don't see hookers, and my sex lfe is relegated to the most popular sport in Utah - porn viewing.


Enjoy exploited women I guess.

Now be sure to check yourself into that compulsive masturbation centre, because you have all the classic signs of a compulsive masturbator who sees "apologetics" as a kind of "redemption" from dick addiction.


No doubt you've consulted your books and found the symptoms for the disease of "Mormons who are compulsive masturbators who use apologetics to alleviate their guilt". Perhaps you could point me to this reference volume.

In other words, you're just a typical Mormon hypocrite, and probably a speck in the pool of "Mormon priesthood holders" who contribute to enormous porn viewing among Mormon males.


Imagining your enemies to be monsters to validate your hatred? Sounds mentally and emotionally healthy.

Now go have your daily wank.


You need help.

I promise I won't tell your wife.


Not married but thanks for playing.
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Ray A

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The Nehor wrote:Not married but thanks for playing.


Not married? Oh Lord. When does your dick get a break?

How much of Utah porn do you contribute to? 90%?

Never mind, the Lord Jesus will forgive you.

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Re: Another Problem with "Mormon Scholars Testify"

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Ray A wrote:
The Nehor wrote:Not married but thanks for playing.


Not married? Oh Lord. When does your dick get a break?

How much of Utah porn do you contribute to? 90%?

Never mind, the Lord Jesus will forgive you.


Go to bed and sober up.
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Re: Another Problem with "Mormon Scholars Testify"

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Man, it's impressive how much spirituality drips out of every Nehor post. Can't you tell that religion is really working for him?

Nehor Wankinstein wrote:Imagining your enemies to be monsters to validate your hatred? Sounds mentally and emotionally healthy.

...said the pot to the kettle.

LMAO
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Gadianton wrote:thanks for the additional insights Doctor Scratch, I have a great idea, stay tuned...and you stay tuned as well ttribe, a new thread will allow you to show me just how bad my memory is.

Also, take note that within the next few days I will be publishing an article that relates to MST and the MI, I've stumbled across a little something that's just stunning. It's damning to the apologists in a way that I'd never have imagined possible.


Publishing how?

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Re: Another Problem with "Mormon Scholars Testify"

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There's an additional aspect to this "what's the point" inquiry that should be kept in mind, and that is the Mormon concept of the cosmological battleground, which I have discussed before.

I wrote:This facet of militant cafeteria Mormonism may be referred to as the cosmological battleground gambit. It is by no means unique to cafeteria Mormons, however. TBM's also have been known to overestimate the importance of their daily compliance with Mormon tropes and cultural norms as an epic struggle between heaven and hell, with the minuscule percentage of the human race who are members of the LDS Church as the warriors of light, and the rest of humanity as either enemies or bystanders. Let's look at apostle M. Russel Ballard's remarks in 2008 to see this gambit in action:

An LDS apostle told a gathering of college-age church members Sunday night that they are fighting a battle that has been going on "since before the foundation of this world."

"It is the battle for the hearts and souls of our Heavenly Father's spirit children pitting us against Lucifer, the great deceiver, the father of lies," said Elder M. Russell Ballard of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Quorum of the Twelve. "As it has always been, this battle is fought on the battleground of moral agency and free will."


http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7052 ... attle.html

Thus, decisions like whether to have a cup of tea at a friend's house or whether to wear a strapless dress to senior prom can be elevated to legendary proportions that will shape the fate of the universe.

In the case of the militant cafeteria Mormon, comparing their efforts to show that they are right about the Church to an all-encompassing war between the forces of good and the forces of evil is the ultimate in sanctifying your value judgments. The militant cafeteria Mormon has to demonstrate to both TBM's and "enemies of the Church" (which is militant cafeteria Mormon parlance for "anyone who thinks your theories are flawed or thinks you're an asshole") that he is right about the Church. This greatly raises the stakes in the cosmological battleground, because the militant cafeteria Mormon is fighting to prove to friend and foe alike that the version of Mormonism that exists in his head is the correct version of Mormonism.

It also permits the militant cafeteria Mormon to believe that his enemies see his statements and theories as a threat to their "unbelief," as opposed to a source of amusement.


By referring to dead non-Mormons whose views on Mormonism we usually cannot possibly guess at (although we may posthumously apostatize for them), Dr. Peterson is able to conscript people into service on his side of this battleground on the unwarranted assumption that if someone is a theist, he is likely to be a Mormon if given the opportunity. This rhetorical tactic of assuming the forces of "good" are much larger than they really are may help morale, but only for those whose Walter Mitty fantasies are imagining themselves as the tip of the spear in the Church's onslaught against "evil."

For more on the cosmological battleground delusion, see generally everything that Simon Belmont posts.

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