I usually try to steer clear of any particular story of conversion to the gospel. Everyone has their own personal story – some make for better reading then others, but to each his/her own. Likewise I’m usually hesitant to comment on anyone’s “de-conversion” or “de-activation”. Some call it a “crisis of faith” or “coming to grips with why women aren’t allowed to say a closing prayer in sacrament meeting”.

Simply put, there are other ‘nacle posts worth reading.

Of course, then there’s John Remy. I’m sure he’s got an interesting story as to what led to him getting a letter from his Stake President inviting him to come down to the Stake Center for a conversation with the Pres and the High Council. Something having to do with having “been in apostasy”.

Bummer, dude. That’s a pretty high bar to clear these days.

Some people quietly fade into apostasy, but not John Remy. He’s posted his top five reasons why he won’t just leave the scene – not without getting every last ounce of internet spotlight he can. Reading this chronicle is almost like listening to the guy plead his case to the undertaker in Monty Python’s Search for the Holy Grail. I’m willing to hazard a guess that John won’t be stone cold ex’d by Thursday.

This leaves me with just one question for Brother Remy, and I found an excellent medium of communication for it.

And again, for the record, we here at the Snarkernacle like girls with big…blogs.


Tracy M said... @ September 9, 2009 at 8:13 PM

I was wondering if you'd seen that...

Anonymous said... @ September 10, 2009 at 4:17 PM

Turns out, they never wanted to ex him at all...they wanted him to be the stake welfare coordinator.

Anonymous said... @ September 11, 2009 at 3:02 AM

At first I mistook those excommunication party photos for a Narcissists Anonymous "step study" meeting.

It's like watching dozens of clowns emerging from a tiny car at the circus. How can that much smug fit in such a small room?

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