The Catalog of Antimormon Accusations
"A breezy resolve"
by Woody Brison

This is one leaf of a review of "Inside Mormonism: What Mormons Really Believe" by Isaiah Bennett
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Bennett's statement: The Mormon God seems to possess a rich imagination and a breezy resolve, characteristics he shares with his Mormon spokesmen.
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I had to think a while to come to any believeable idea what Bennett's trying to say here. I think he means that our God doesn't hold to a steady course, his resolve is "breezy" ie. it's changeable. The word breezy doesn't mean that, but whatever.

The Lord restored his church to the earth. This cannot be disproven by simply flipping insults at him.

I have no idea why he'd say our God has a "rich imagination". A rich imagination is exactly what the real God has. If you're going to try to discourage people away from the real God, you shouldn't reveal that he has imagination, or is cheerful and lively, (that's what breezy means.)

The Mormon spokesmen do hope to emulate Jesus in these breezy qualities.


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