Mfbukowski is opining
that anti-Mormons have taken over the Maxwell Institute.
I still want to know how anti-Mormons took over an institute named after Neal Maxwell.
Lest anyone think this is too dramatic, think about it.
It is clear that the present leadership of the Maxwell institute, or whatever it is to be called, helped, or were aware of, or allowed, or were unable to prevent, confidential documents from being released to sources unquestionably hostile to both Doc Peterson and the church.
Some threads here have called this "inter-office politics"! To call it that is to ignore how serious a breach of integrity this is for an organization which now is supposed to be known for academic integrity, and looking at all sides of an issue.
From this evidence, clearly SOMEONE there is biased toward the "anti-Mormon" side.
The facts are that someone in the upper echelons of the organization leaked those documents deliberately, and it seems that no one cares.
How we are expected now to trust the academic integrity of an organization that would do that?? If they did that, they could lie about data, they could fabricate evidence, they could do about anything they wanted.
HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO TRUST THESE PEOPLE'S WORD FOR ANYTHING?
And how is that representative of a university that supposedly espouses the gospel of Jesus Christ? It turns BYU into a joke, and the institute itself into a worse joke.
They have fatally undermined their own integrity.
With liars and traitors, and obvious biases, will you read what they publish?
ERayR joins in
No, hold on for a minute. Sit back from your keyboard, flex your fingers and think about it for at least 5 minutes. mfbukowski, is absolutely right. I just don't think he covered it all. With the suppose Dehlin connection into the ranks of the GA's they have managed to cast mud on that too. Whether or not Dehlin has someone from those ranksactually protecting him is irrelevant, They have made it seem so,
No mfbukowski is right. Not the first time in church history it has happened.