Is there video backing up your version of the story?
I guess he took it personally since the video was soon taken offline… but not before a copy of the sermon resurrected on YouTube.
Now, Seth Andrews offers his take on the matter, explaining why Barrett’s argument makes no sense at all.
Remember, kids: Lying is always okay as long as you’re doing it in the name of Jesus.
So far, no evidence has turned up confirming Barrett’s version of the story. Considering how outlandish it is, I’d say it’s up to him to at least provide details on when and where this happened.