Scott writes, after explaining that he also has a YouTube station where he drops some of the worst theology related videos in the known universe, that
The Youtube channel is interesting. While I have more views here, generally, I get many more comments on my videos, and spread out over a much longer period of time. People don’t stop commenting on a video just because it was posted two years ago. However, there’s an even larger difference between my blog and Youtube channel: the sort of comments I get. Now, like most of you in the biblioblog universe I have a fairly well read and educated readership here at Scotteriology. Comments are usually on-point and insightful. However, comments at my Youtube channel are not quite as, um, er, refined.
Then he offers comments by a parade of dilettantes that make Simcha look like a true and authorized biblical scholar and Benny Hinn look like a downright prophet and Ted Haggard appear by contrast a true man of God among men. Enjoy. If you don’t have blood pressure problems. If you do, it might well boot you over the edge.