"Br. Alexis Bugnolo" wrote:
> As for the statement, there is a body of evidence and practical wisdom. .
> .What more can I say. The matter is the remark is true; but the evidentiary
> basis is clinical not forensic nor empirical.
Your use of "true" continues to be quite creative, but that's beside the
point. Even dressed up in cumbersome language in an attempt to make a
dismissive generalization look "clinical," this is still way off list. The
address I'm looking at says, "Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and
culture." It does not say, "possible nosological explanations for why others
do not share my faith."
> Many of the other remarks I made in this post which contained the above
> quote, were rhetorical but misconstrued, leading to more misunderstaning.
I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt: show me.
> But I gues I am in no position to ask for a benefit of the doubt among
> present company.
you were, and I did. But sloppy arguments and victim-pose rhetoric don't
recommend you to anyone. Censorship this, politically correct that. Spare
me. Your posts, not your beliefs, were called into question. There are
plenty of people on this list, whose faith I would never think to question,
who do not play these games.