Doubt-it-dale and his lovely wife ruth are completely missing the point. The captain and crew of the proverbial boat that we're supposed to stay in talk as though their new narrative about the "boat" not being perfect but having a few dents, dings, and scratches is new news. The only thing that's new about that is acknowledgement of that fact by them. We've always known there are/were dents, dings and scrapes in her. What doubt-it-dale and ruth are not seeing is that those abandoning the proverbial boat are doing so because the boat has become lost in the Spiritual Bermuda Triangle with every cultural wind that blows changing her course. Look, if you purchase a plane ticket to London and when once on board you find this plane is actually going to Chicago, you don't just stay on board and hope that it will eventually get to London just because your boarding pass says London. You get off and find a different way. -- doubt-it-dale fails to mention the boat is no longer on a course to its original destination. You can stay on it because the food is good, the people are nice, the captain and crew well dressed and the ship ornate but it's never going to arrive -- anywhere --- let alone Zion.