This has become an very interesting case in psychology. The real problem is not that I wrote anything that is not true, but rather that I wrote something that conflicts with the perspective that has been ingrained into their psyche since childhood. It is amazing to behold. My book does not conflict with the facts, it conflicts with their indoctrination. So far the reaction from the critics is “This is not what I learned in Sunday school!” Indeed, my book is for those who are ready for the next level.
Then there are the others who complain but when pressed on the issue they admit that they did not even finish reading the book or even read the book at all!
For example, look at this transcription of a conversation that appeared in the comments section of the video for the book:
Tricky Tricky: After all this time, if we were to know more, God would have given it to us. (Poor Mormons, a case in point, all their distortions. Paul admonished us about those who have another gospel than the one he preached: Let them be accursed..)
Novoneiro: I can tell that you never even read the book. You should be embarrassed.
Tricky Tricky: O!
Shout out to "novoneiro" by the way.