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Bruce Almighty, the One True God of This Blog, Edits Dr. David Tee’s Post

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David Tee, the man, the myth, the legend

Today, Fake Dr. David Tee, whose real name on court documents is Derrick Thomas Thiessen, wrote yet another post attacking me. I have learned that one of the first things Theissen does every day is to read this site and write a post besmirching my character, insulting me, lying about me, and attacking the upstanding readers of this blog, especially LGBTQ commenters.

What follows are two paragraphs from Thiessen’s latest screed, Christian Counselors — 2. I have edited it for readability and truthfulness. The emboldened sentence is in the original. Enjoy! 🙂

On another note, we [I] knew that certain people [Bruce Gerencser] would respond to our [my] post. They [He] did and their [his] content is as bad as it always has been. We [I] are [am] not going to respond to their[Gerencser’s] false charges and content [– for which I will provide no evidence — ] as it is of no value to do so.

What we [I] will say is that God [I, Derrick Henry Thiessen,] is [am] always right and the unbelieving world [Gerencser, Ben Berwick, and other atheists] is [are] always wrong. We [I] were [was] also going to take some more examples from that article [the one I refuse to link to directly or mention that Bruce Gerencser is the author] we [I] linked to in yesterday’s post but we [I] will bypass that as well [bawk! 🙂 ]

All we [I] will say is the end result is due to the fact that the author [Gerencser] listened to the unbelieving world [evidence, reason, and common sense] over God [a deity that does not exist].

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Bruce Gerencser, 65, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 44 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.

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    MJ Lisbeth

    Sigh. Arguing with the “Doctor” is like arguing with people who deny the results of the 2020 election. They have no empirical basis for their arguments and when that is pointed out, they double down on their assertions and launch ad hominem attacks on those who point it out.

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    GeoffT

    Mr Tee seemingly claims his degree/doctorate from Masters International University of Divinity. Checked and it is not accredited and nor does it appear to offer anything that might remotely be regarded as educational. It prides itself on its affinity to bible inerrancy, bible counselling, and bible ‘creation science’ (what an oxymoron!). Needless to say ‘pro life’!

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    Yulya Sevelova

    It’s good you connected the dots by ooking to into Thiessen’s education history. Basically he’s self educated then, with a ” boxtop degree ?”Okey. No one has to take him seriously anymore,then. So much for ” We say………”

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    Davidtees DoseofTruth

    Derrick has been given multiple opportunities to contact me and ask that I withhold this information. He has not. So here goes.

    He writes his blog in the first person plural because he has schizophrenia manifesting with auditory hallucinations, which he thinks are unseen third parties giving him advice. Said advice has ranged from “turn left at that intersection” to “if you kill your wife and dump her body in the expanse of the Mojave Desert, no one will ever find it.”

    He refuses to be treated for it because he doesn’t find the voices to be problematic and resents any suggestion that they are, and the only counsel he has found willing to support him in this belief has been at least one (maybe more, I don’t know, but at least one) pastor who told him “just don’t worry about it.” Which might explain his hostility toward properly-trained secular counselors.

    Documentation will be provided to Bruce upon his (or MM’s) request as soon as I have sufficiently recuperated from a recent medical procedure

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      Augustus

      Quote: “if you kill your wife and dump her body in the expanse of the Mojave Desert, no one will ever find it.”

      Please do take care of yourself and stay away from Tee without proper support personnel. If his situation is THAT bad, I can’t imagine him staying rational within proximity of anyone who has this much sensitive info about him.
      Well, I doubt him staying rational in general, though.

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        DavidTees DoseofTruth

        I’m fairly sure Derrick thinks I’m either his ex-wife or the child he fathered with her. I’m neither, although I’ve had interactions with multiple women he’s victimized and manipulated from behind his “humble man of God” persona and I don’t think it will be an earth-shattering revelation that she is one of them. (However, only one of the aforementioned women knows anything of my comments in this forum, and it isn’t her.)

        All this being said, I don’t believe either they or I face any imminent threat from him.

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    Brian Vanderlip

    Schizophrenia is often managed with rigorous attendance to meds and lifestyle. When the diagnosis includes hallucinations, it is still possible to be maintained if those extremes do not include direct harm to self and/or others. In fact, in the years I worked in a psych institution, it became more and more evident to me that much of this kind of illness is really simply an exaggeration of what we term ‘normal’. Lots of folks with a diagnosis can lead ‘normal’ lives, maintaining full-time work and so forth.
    Likewise, head out to just about any evangelical church and you will witness the adoration of delusion dressed up with robes and hymns and the whole shebang is deeply ingrained and mostly immutable, closed to criticism and unable to endure rigorous questioning. The lies of church itself are extrapolated from readings of the Black book of lies and evangelical churches come in all the flavors of the day! Our own non-doc doc Thiessen who feels comfortable in the ‘we’ is a great example of the rigid backbone of belief. He is well-defended not through intellect by any means but by the mix of concrete he has ingested so that he can easily be mistaken for a bridge abutment, a construct he has erected to hold him forever above ground level. You might easily mistake him for someone of the earth but he is no longer. He is quite permanently above and I think, beyond us.

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      DavidTees DoseofTruth

      “Schizophrenia is often managed with rigorous attendance to meds and lifestyle.”

      He refuses medication. Or talk therapy. Or anything that treats the hallucinations as a negative thing to be suppressed. I talk to myself – it’s actually a serviceable problem-solving technique – but I don’t pretend it’s a third party. The limited information available to me indicates that he treats the voices as a 100% trustworthy third party.

      “Lots of folks with a diagnosis can lead ‘normal’ lives, maintaining full-time work and so forth.”

      Not that this is unique to schizophrenia, but his past employment history redefines the notion of “job-hopping.” The employment history I know of involves him going to work somewhere for a few weeks and then quitting because the work is beneath him, he isn’t properly respected (because, you know, respect from one’s coworkers or boss should just be granted, not earned), or things of that nature. Or simply not showing up or not doing anything if he doesn’t feel like it, then being surprised when it isn’t just overlooked.

      “… a construct he has erected to hold him forever above ground level. You might easily mistake him for someone of the earth but he is no longer.”

      I don’t know the details, but he is estranged from his family, and this estrangement roughly coincided with the premature death of his mother (cancer, if I’m not mistaken). He has previously claimed that this estrangement is why he started calling himself “David” – as a means of avoiding them, because, you know, moving to another country and going “no contact” with them wouldn’t have been simpler. Your comment leads me to wonder how much of his behavior was enabled by his mother treating him like the sun shined out his ass, hence his “everyone’s out to get me” paranoia upon her passing.

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