As many of you know, Rabbi Moshe Meiselman of Yeshivas Toras Moshe was one of those who condemned my books. In fact, of all those who opposed my books, Rabbi Meiselman was one of the most vitriolic. His ire was aroused by the fact that I had mentioned him in the acknowledgments of one of the books, thus putting him, as he said, "in an extremely uncomfortable position." (As it happens, his contribution was negligible, and I explicitly mentioned that the people listed in the acknowledgments were only those who had given some sort of input and were not being presented as endorsing the book's thesis.) As a result, he felt forced to give a series of shiurim that would make it clear that he was on the side of the Gedolim and condemned my work.