I'm alienated by whom??
Not by whom, but from what.
If any of this were true, would I be the one who was invited to participate on the most popular pro-Mormon forum, the same one that threw you out?
My major criticism of the MDD board (and I can tell you that I'm hardly alone in this) is that it has ceased, to a substantial degree, to be an apologetic discussion forum and has become deeply Sunstoneized
, to the point that someone like you could be invited there and allowed to break board rules with impunity (per David Bokovoy). The reason is that there are people in the leadership at FAIR who actually agree with some of your views, and are hostile to those of traditional defenders of the Book of Abraham.
They also like your politics, and despise mine.
Would I be contacted by respected LDS scholars, out of the blue (the same ones who think you're an embarrassment to Mormonism)?
The very fact that this individual can come here and lie in public with a vengeance about the the manner in which he has presented himself in public and behaved in public for many years now is indicative of exactly the deep psychopathology that drives this individual and animates the style and manner in which he argues his cases (which, for the most part, is composed, not of argument, but of ad hominem smarm and breast beating regarding his own intellectual eminence and self importance).
Who has lied, and about what? All you do is blather one stupid assertion after another, claiming you could document them if you wanted to.
You have lied that you are not driven by hate and bigotry, which, by the fruits we know you by, is utterly preposterous.
Your inability to achieve basic comprehension is hardly evidence that I've lied. No one on this forum interpreted my comments the way you chose to interpret them, and that's probably because unlike you, Runtu is an educated guy who has a stranglehold on the English language.
This was about you, not Don Bradley.
Now that your little theory about me hyperventilating in retreat over something I never said, has been completely shot out of the water, you're back to the usual spin move. You know, wash, rinse, repeat. That's par for the course.
And so, what is Don's present perspective on the Book of Abraham?