“King Pharaoh, whose name is given in the characters above his head”

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Shulem wrote:
Sat Mar 26, 2022 3:42 am
I will take them on with one hand tied humbly behind me back, blindfolded, and standing or hopping on a single leg.
So you say you are into bondage? No judgment here.

How can they pass that deal up?
Maybe someone with posting access over there could broach the subject and allay any concerns by mentioning this is the Celestial Forum where we are all respectful and only the most tasteful bondage would occur and breaks would be given for scones, finger sandwiches, and afternoon high herbal tea.
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Moksha wrote:
Sat Mar 26, 2022 4:38 am
Maybe someone with posting access over there could broach the subject and allay any concerns by mentioning this is the Celestial Forum where we are all respectful and only the most tasteful bondage would occur and breaks would be given for scones, finger sandwiches, and afternoon high herbal tea.

Yes, it would certainly make for an interesting afternoon tea. Imagine it! And you know me, being the greatest Book of Abraham critic to have ever lived would be able to manage the conversation and hold everything on point. The apologists would try to divert a conversation away from the King’s name and beg for alternative ways in understanding how a King’s name doesn’t exist where it’s supposed to exist. But, I’m like a laser and ever maintain my point and increase intensity on the most sensitive spot until the apologist can’t stand it any longer and concedes. The King’s name is my favorite Achilles’ heel to the Book of Abraham or as the Backyard professor has noted as the “quintessential” point. It’s a smoking gun, absolutely.
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Well, you guys, both mental and physical health issues have me focused even more intensely on them, so I really need to force myself to break away for a month or so. I need to avoid going back to the hospital.

Of course, if I were to die I would more powerful as an apologist than you can possibly imagine (In the voice of Obi-Wan during the scene where he fought Vader in Episode IV)

I am grateful we can talk things out and be friends. I’ll be back!
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Hi King,
Nice profile picture
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CarolineLloyd wrote:
Wed Mar 30, 2022 11:12 am
Hi King,
Nice profile picture

Okay.
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Shulem, is there any truth to the conjecture that Hagoth's main objective was to profit from the shipping industry by retrieving the ingredients to make fry sauce? Forgive me if that has already been covered or sounds overly apologetic.
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Ryan Larsen wrote:
Mon Mar 28, 2022 4:19 pm
Well, you guys, both mental and physical health issues have me focused even more intensely on them, so I really need to force myself to break away for a month or so. I need to avoid going back to the hospital.

Of course, if I were to die I would more powerful as an apologist than you can possibly imagine (In the voice of Obi-Wan during the scene where he fought Vader in Episode IV)

I am grateful we can talk things out and be friends. I’ll be back!
Oh I hope you get feeling better Ryan! Blessings! I'm sorry illness has cropped up. You can beat this, I have faith in ya. Please post as you are able.
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Shulem wrote:
Wed Mar 30, 2022 4:50 pm
CarolineLloyd wrote:
Wed Mar 30, 2022 11:12 am
Hi King,
Nice profile picture

Okay.
Thanks for get in touch me "King" :)
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Is it not literally astonishing, absolutely breath taking, stunning, and incredible that it is ex-Mormons who quote Joseph Smith to the Mormons in order for their actual knowledge to align up with God instead of the apostate world??? Shulem has demonstrated with mountains of evidence that Joseph Smith from God Himself has declared duly, with Melchizedek Priesthood authority that the age of the mummies and papyri are 3,500 years old, and it is the Mormon apologists who are arguing about it! Astounding, truly a-s-t-o-u-n-d-i-n-g! It's not the ex-Mormons who are apostate, it is the Melchizedek Priesthood holding Mormon apologists who are apostate and fighting against what Joseph Smith said, first and foremost the BYU apostate John Gee. Just incredible! And the apostate Mormon Jeff Lindsay and others simply follow along like good little obedient apostate lambs after their real hero John Gee, who has never been right about any of his own concocted ad hoc excuses and theories for why Joseph Smith's translations do not pan out and are grossly incorrect. This is a very weird age we are living in and witnessing...
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Philo Sofee wrote:
Sat Apr 09, 2022 8:31 pm
Astounding, truly a-s-t-o-u-n-d-i-n-g!

I love to quote Joseph Smith into the ears of wretched apologists and while doing so remind them that the prophet was wrong. What can they say? They can’t refute the simple fact that the prophet was wrong. He was wrong! The mummies and papyrus were not 3,500 years old. I don’t care how many times Joseph Smith said so. Joseph Smith was wrong. There is nothing the apologists can do to salvage the solemn declaration Smith formerly published in the Times and Seasons. It’s as loud and forceful as anything he ever said in the Doctrine and Covenants and with it he states his authority and makes the declaration as if it came from God himself. Smith claimed to be speaking for and in behalf of God. He did that kind of thing all the time and published those so-called revelations, many of which are in the D&C.

Joseph Smith was wrong. It’s as simple as that.
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