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Oh, yeah? Says you...

Today, I feel important! Someone actually found something I wrote worthy of refuting! I thought you had to be Tim Challies or Phil Johnson to be worth the trouble. I managed to drag my caffeinated friend Doug into it, too. I only wish it had been an intelligent response, rather than a knee-jerk reaction that added lots of silly insinuation to it. Evidently, our posts on the Fad-driven® Church indicate that we are

the same guys who said that a digitally driven world could never produce music, or movies, and computers would never run a successful business, it had to be done by hand, "THE WAY IT ALWAYS WAS." Guess they haven't gone to a movie or listed to any music lately where 99.5% (or some higher percentage) of this art form is computer driven. Try to run a business today without a computer!

Well, I’m glad to have been set straight. How foolish I was to think those things.

He also wonders, based on the fact that I enjoy reading the Geneva Bible, and of all the archaic things, the MacArthur Study Bible, where I stand on the ESV. Well, we backwards types are not always in agreement on these things. Doug likes it, young pup that he is, but I hate it. But then, I never thought the printing press would catch on, either. You probably suspected as much.

2005-09-14 at 4:16 PM MT | |




Anonymous Doug sayth,

Now look what you got me into! I had no idea that I thought that all contemporary services compromised the gospel. I had no idea that this was even the point I was trying to make on that post. All this time, I thought that unity within the body of believers was my point, but I guess I was wrong.

It sure looks like I need to read my own posts more carefully to find out what I actually said...

9/14/2005 7:46 PM  
Blogger centuri0n sayth,

Dude, you can find a better adversary than that to reproach you -- even among the fag-driven mooks.

9/20/2005 2:24 PM  
Blogger Loki Odinsson sayth,

I'm not big-time enough to get quality criticism. I have to settle for what I can get!

9/20/2005 2:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous sayth,

After reading your original post and then the post you say is a knee jerk reaction, I have to admit it looks like quite a bit of time was put into his response (I didn't read it as a knee jerk reaction).

It actually looks like the original 'fad church' comments were actually open for some tightening up...and this other post certainly points that out. I guess it's about Iron sharpening Iron...looks like everyone here is seeking the same main goal and that is keeping ideas and presentations sharp. That's a good thing. Keep up the great work!

9/22/2005 8:07 PM