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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

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Johnny Brooks

I agree, though I hardly hold traditional evangelical views. Many people are looking to come to the table without the polarizing of the previous generation of Evangelicals. Plus I believe, or at least hope, that many younger and perhaps even the older ones, are no longer listening to folks like Dobson.

Harriet

Forgive the intrusion, I stumbled upon your blog, which I find very interesting. Re. Abortion, Homosexuality and Sexual morality, I disagree with James Dobson and co. These are not the main issues 'of our time' - they have been for hundreds(thousands) of years and, besides, they are not exclusively 'Christian' issues. Without compromising on either of these issues, it is time for the church to stand UP for something, instead of always standing against. I think the younger generation is working on ways to stand up for homosexuals, for the sexually immoral (which we can all be counted as a part of), for abortionists, because they too are loved and redeemed by Jesus. This would indeed be a uniquely Christian stance, for a unique time in history.
The church has such a difficult time being in the world but not of it... I certainly have a hard time myself!
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to reflect on these issues and I hope I haven't taken up too much of your time!
Harriet Kibbe
Geneva, Switzerland

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