Their response was underwhelming. Despite their Messiah proclaiming that gays are dung eating dogs Patricia was unable to help me with a proposed tax refund claim for canine employees, or suggest dung recipes.
I'll reproduce it in full:
GeoffInteresting to note the absence of explanation or repudiation.
Thanks for the time you invested in your mail. I presume you read hundreds of speeches to find your quote.
Anyway, I enjoyed writing the parody. As you've probably gathered I think there are those of faith who offer valid intellectual arguments - not ones I've found wholly convincing, but ones advanced by smart, rational folk that I feel need to be taken seriously and engaged with through conversation and proper research. That said there are some that are obvious farces, offensive to both reason and humanity, and those are deserving of ridicule.
As an added bonus I can knock out a spoof mail in under an hour, as opposed to the more serious pieces which need a fair bit of background work.
So, what do you think? Would you like to see more of these? Anything come across as offensive, dull, or poorly thought out? Should I have a go at the Hare Krishnas? The Moonie leaflet has contact details printed on it - should I put up a scan in case anyone wants to give them a call or an e-mail?
Do drop me a comment.