After submitting themselves to extensive drug testing, prolific LDS Apologists John A. Tvedtnes and Daniel C. Peterson, both of BYU, have been completely cleared of allegations from anti-Mormon critics regarding improper drug use. Test results show no trace of mental steroids have been used. “Their mental performance has not been artificially enhanced with illicit mental steroids,” said the physician who conducted the testing. Anti-Mormon critics remain skeptical and continue to insist that some kind of unfair competitive advantage has been obtained.
Encouraged by the results (and publicity) from the testing of Tvedtnes and Peterson, amateur Webmaster and junior apologist Jeff Lindsay also submitted himself for mental steroid testing and received a clean bill of health – with no need to give a blood sample. “There was no need for chemical testing in this case,” said the physician. “It’s rather easy to discern that he’s not on mental steroids of any kind.” Mr. Lindsay underscored that point with his response: “Yippee!”