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Proxima Centauri 02:34, 24 September 2011 (CDT)
Thanks for improving the grammar of How to Witness to a Loved One (Way of the Master), if you feel like doing more that would be appreciated. Please watch the video carefully before making major changes. I watched the section where Ray pretends to be Kirk's grandmother I think about ten times and also read sections of Wikipedia before I was satisfied that what I wrote was accurate and didn't break libel laws. Proxima Centauri 02:16, 19 October 2011 (CDT)
- Or you could've asked a gay man or two (or used some common sense) and found that putting on a horrible wig and a shawl and being mostly obscured by a rocking chair doesn't make anyone more attractive to gay men. I really don't get the point of regurgitating here every single piece of drivel that gets spewed in those videos, writing a "rebuttal" to each and every one that often is just the reviewer being snarky (likely because the show makes so few actual arguments), and then crowing about how satisfied you are with it. The few arguments Comfort actually makes are easily debunked and pages for those specific arguments already exist. Here's all you really need for that particular episode: The "are you a good person?" argument is again promoted, with the recommendation for the evangelist to soften the sting of calling his (or her) own family members thieves and liars by first admitting to them that he, himself (or she, herself) is a thief and liar. The idea of salvation only through repentance is reinforced. That's it. You don't even need a separate page for each episode, just a page for the show (which could even be rolled into Comfort's entry) where the name of each episode is given, each followed by a two or three sentence synopsis. Jdog 12:17, 19 October 2011 (CDT)