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  1. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    It is not unusual that folks don’t realize their mega SBC is actually SBC. I had a boss in the 80s who was an elder at Saddleback who didn’t know. He argued with me for 18 holes of golf that Saddleback was not.
    The days before the internet were tough 🙂

  2. @1 – That is true. The move for the last 20 years among the church growth folks has been away from denominational branding of any kind. J.D.s members must be sort of…not paying attention though. He tied in the election for SBC pres two years ago 🙂

  3. j2theperson says:

    The interview about Christian universalism was really good. That’s the problem with my pastor–more than just wanting to perform gay marriage, he’s a quasi-closeted universalist. It is probably going to cause a lot of damage and upheaval to the church and individual congregants.

  4. Babylon's Dread says:

    Why does a law school have to state moral positions before opening? I thought a law school deals with law.

    Still it signals what we already know. You cannot practice your Christian faith if your faith contradicts a law. Freedom of Religion will be trumped by matters of morality if the faith contradicts legality. This has not really been true until personal identities became tied to moral issues. “I Am” is the defining issue of life.

    This world is less appealing at an increasing rate.

  5. bob1 says:

    Why does a law school have to state moral positions before opening? I thought a law school deals with law.

    Many/most laws have moral aspects to them. You’re basically deciding who benefits, who
    doesn’t, etc. I think this is a false dichotomy.

  6. JoelG says:

    From “The world doesn’t need extraordinary fathers”:

    “We don’t need men who are super-dads.
    We just need plain, ordinary fathers.”

    How refreshing….

    “The boat in the backyard” is so good.

    Thank you for the links.

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