Our favorite fraudster pushing fiction? You mean, other than the Bible and the official 9/11 account?
by Larry Simons
September 21, 2009
Sorry it has been awhile since I posted anything about RTO’s favorite religious fraud, David H. Willis, but it’s not my fault. He had taken a “vacation” for most of August. I guess for a minister that means he got to sleep in seven days a week instead of his usual six. I was sad; only because it had left me high and dry of any new tales of fraudiness from the #1 religious fraudster.
He posted a short brain fart on September 3 telling his 7 readers about a new book he thinks is fascinating [I’ve always been astounded that anyone could get excited about a new book on the Bible; how can you say anything new about it?]. The book is called, “Who Stole My Church?” [sounds fascinating]. David H. Fraud says this:
“I'd wholeheartedly recommend MacDonald's work especially to anyone involved in a established church and looking to make some methodological changes. This is a fictional work but is still VERY REALISTIC. MacDonald writes of a weekly meeting he has with a group of older church members who are uncomfortable with the direction of the church and the changes that are being proposed. You will see people you know in this book - maybe even yourself. The funny thing was that I skipped the intro stuff and didn't realize it was fictional at first. I did have my suspiciaons!” [misspellings Willis’, not mine]
A fictional work but still very realistic? I guess it’s not shocking that Dave “I’m all about the truth” Willis would endorse works of fiction. He reads the Bible and believes the official account of 9/11, two of the biggest works of fiction ever written.
The part that made me laugh out loud was when the fraudster said:
“The funny thing was that I skipped the intro stuff and didn't realize it was fictional at first.”
Why would he realize it was fiction? It’s not like he can tell the two [fact and fiction] apart! He believes that 500 year old men build boats the size of the Titanic all by themselves, the sun stands still and snakes speak to people [and believes it’s literal Mr. Ed-to-Wilbur-style talking!] He also believes the official fairy tale account of 9/11. He believes that planes vaporize, buildings collapse due to fire alone [though it’s never happened before], passports and human flesh can withstand fiery flames [even when those same flames vaporize planes], that people can correctly predict that a building will collapse [due to fire alone] although there is no precedent for it.
Dave “I’m all about the truth” Willis truly is a believer of miracles and fiction. This story by him wasn’t surprising…..just funny!