But come on, you aren’t the testing official. Who are you to say everything is fine when the only official to test it says it isn’t fine? The bishops are the official authority. I’m not and you’re not either. The only official test I know of so far said there’s a problem, from Dr. Sungenis’ bishop.
You think you’re engaged when your girlfriend says no to your marriage proposal? :rolleyes: And if I gave those kind of excuses to my friends about why I didn’t tell them the truth I doubt they would be my friends for very long.
Right now it looks more like you’re sending out wedding invitations after your girlfriend just turned you down, hoping she’ll change her mind in time for the wedding.
Is that why Dr. Sungenis’ bishop turned him down? Do you know that?
Look, to me this isn’t as much about Dr. Sungenis as it is you right now. I just don’t appreciate the misleading things you’ve been telling me going back a month or more now. I even started to believe your answers after. I think the other part that bothers me is that you were out here complaining about Barber and Hahn, saying they were acting like Protestants for the way they interpreted the Apocolypse.
Like I said, the question wasn’t about whether it had an imprimatur. It was about if it was turned down, when it was sent and if anything came back from his bishop. I wasn’t the only one asking you questions. You were being very misleading with the words you used and tried to make people think everything was fine by using words in a clever way. Everything wasn’t fine. And I don’t appreciate it.
Maybe you’re just trying to protect your friend but the way you’re doing it isn’t cool.