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May 16, 2007

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Greg

One of the traditions I have started is watching "Live From Liberty" on Sunday mornings on the Sky Angel Network, before church. I recieved the news yesterday from Kathy, via e-mail, and it shocked me because I enjoyed the sermons he preached and special guests he had. I just watched him this last Sunday and was debating wheather to record it or not. He definately will be missed.

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Resident Atheist

Congratulations on your first post from a complete whack-job!

John

Yeah, I suppose now is a good time to establish the official TDD disclaimer: "While The Daily Detour does encourage divergent points of view, we do not necessarily endorse all comments posted on this blog. Any violators of said policy will be subject to 39 lashes with a piece of strawberry licorice...etc...etc..."

Andy Bullock

Yeah hoser! I'm the only freakshow allowed to post on this blog. So take off!

Pete Ross

I submit the decision to become a sexual deviant is as divisive as the decision to villify sexual deviants.

Inclusiveness is an issue for political parties trying to cobble together a majority vote. Inclusion in a religion almost always requires certain limitations on conduct. Rev. Falwell's position regarding homosexuality represented the apolitical Christian mainstream view.

"Progressive" churches, fighting for market share (similar to political parties), put their financial interests ahead of their concern for our mortal souls. We can all find a church that makes us feel good. The challenge is in finding a church that provides correct guidance. Only through Bible study and continual scrutiny can we determine if we are receiving God's unadulterated word or a slick marketing pitch. Just because we like what we hear doesn't necessarily make it true.

PGR

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