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I participated in the so-called discussion on women on Jordon Cooper's blog and, quite frankly, was burned by it. I was called "narrow-minded" and pretty much outright dismissed by my "alarming, God-awful" comments I apparently made. Andrew Jones has been talking about a "snobbishness" he's been seeing in the emerging church movement and let me tell you I have now seen it. I ask you to think about this and how you may appear to outsiders and those who may disagree with your sacred preferences.


i'm sorry you got burned. jordon turned his comments off so i can't see back to what you are referring to.


It's ok, bro, I've just had a hell of a week. Was majorly hassled by the police and nearly ended up in a Nicaraguan jail. All is good now.


blimey - that puts things in perspective! hope this week's better - keep on keeping on

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