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Radio Free Mormon: 081: Daniel C. Peterson: The Artful Dodger of Mormon Apologetics

Radio Free Mormon speaks about the 1 year anniversary of his episode #33 Selling Your Soul for Apologetics…………. And you won’t want to miss this. It involves Kiwi57, Stephen “Bukkake” Smoot, and of course our dear friend Daniel C. Peterson.

In the previous Episode #33 RFM made it clear that Daniel C Peterson had lied but also that Dan had indeed added multiple other lies and obfuscations on top to buffer him from being accountable to his deception. But good ole’ Dan was clear he had not lied and he would in his own good time respond and clear his name…….. And here we are, 1 year later…… and no response yet!


8 thoughts on “Radio Free Mormon: 081: Daniel C. Peterson: The Artful Dodger of Mormon Apologetics”

  1. The discussions with DP are asymmetric, DP doesn’t need to provide coherent arguments in order to collect a paycheck, any half baked arguable position will do.

    Tapir Dan’s covered wagon medicine show rolls on.

  2. I never knew who Daniel Peterson was nor ever recall hearing about him, but after listening to this episode on RFM I hope I never meet him. Does not appear to be a man you can trust.

  3. RFM, you’re better than this. Of all the topics to address, a second one on “Tapir Dan” feels like personal vendetta rather than quality journalism.

    Of all the topics to address, it just feels like this TBM shill is below you.

  4. So how is it that Righteous Priesthood Holder Steven Smoot knows what buhkake is but me, a dirty sinful apostate didn’t ( until today unfortunately)?🤔

  5. ”Cherry picking, suppressing evidence, or the fallacy of incomplete evidence is the act of pointing to individual cases or data that seem to confirm a particular position while ignoring a significant portion of related cases or data that may contradict that position. It is a kind of fallacy [ LIE] of selective attention, the most common example of which is the confirmation bias. Cherry picking may be committed intentionally or unintentionally. This fallacy is a major problem in public debate. Cherry picking can be found in many logical fallacies. For example, the “fallacy of anecdotal evidence” tends to overlook large amounts of data in favor of that known personally, “selective use of evidence” rejects material unfavorable to an argument, while a false dichotomy picks only two options when more are available. Cherry picking can refer to the selection of data or data sets so a study or survey will give desired, predictable results which may be misleading or even completely contrary to reality.” (wikipedia’s simple explanation)

    Suppression HAS occurred in the last fifty years, in every correlated publication telling the cherry-picked story of Joseph Smith. B Reel, yourself, and others are only exposing the truth, not the false version the church promotes.

  6. This might be a bit unorthodox but I find great pleasure in listening to your podcasts while I am high. This one in particular was very exhilarating. Cheers

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