I bring this up because I was pleasantly surprised by the more charitable and softer tone that the Dimond Brothers took with Taylor Marshall.https://endtimes.video/taylor-marshall/
I've long defended them, that they do a tremendous amount of good and are right about (almost IMO) every issue, with some minor disagreements, but what has hurt them and has hurt the good they are capable of doing has been the bitter tone, the denunciation of people as pertinacious heretics even if they are obviously deceived or confused. It's clear that someone like a Taylor Marshall has the Catholic faith and if they're wrong about some things (and he is), it's understandable and not due to any kind of formal errors. These times are incredibly confusing. I've been praying for the Dimond Brothers that their bitter zeal could be softened, and that they rein in some of their accusations of heresy when it's clear that people are confused. I can see the temptation to get bitter when you're constantly being ruthlessly attacked and you see the truth attacked.
During this video, I don't recall them ever denouncing Taylor Marshall as a heretic. They use terms like deceived, confused, in contradiction, etc. ... and all that is true. But it's clear that if someone like that is in error, it's material error, and it's very understandable given the diabolical confusion of our times. Litmus test for a pertinacious heretic is whether if the Magisterium were to formally teach something, they would immediately accept it.
There were in fact a few quotes from Marshall which I do believe were materially heretical, such as when he said that the Church became corrupt after the persecutioins (along the line of what many Prots hold), and I was ducking and waiting for the charge of heresy from the Dimond Brothers (and there would be some ground to it for those quotes) ... but it never came. They concluded with the impression that Marshall is confused, in contradiction, and deceived.
I applaud the Dimond Brothers for this video ... and I think most of their videos are terrific, but the tone here was welcome and pleasant.