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Oct 29, 2007


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That was a long but very interesting read. It does look as though, again, there is little middle ground and that one more painful and splitty polarization is on the horizon.

I just hope and pray that we will all see sense and end up putting our Lord and the fellowship of His body first.

Michael W. Kruse

It remains to be seen in my mind what is actually going on here. I think some of this just those who are no hard right being more vocal. Some is actual change in perspective. I will say this, however, I think American Evangelicals are notorious for joining populist swings in the pendulum instead of being grounded in a solid narrative of what God is doing in the world. I fear some of that is at work.

It does make unity in the body a challenge.


I guess that there is still time. Positions seem to be developing but have not hardened into definite standoffs yet. A lot of the question will be whether the generational change is being resisted by a significant minority of the evangelical youth - in which case it will make it easier for a fight to develop? It's worth keeping an eye on!

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