I have noticed that most all Christian Ministers do not let their
This rule is almost without exception, particularly among
fundamentalist Baptist preachers.
I dont think that Jesus ever monopolized the conversation. I would
think that he actually spent a lot of his time listening to people,
and even, actually listening to people who he was talking to, even
people who very much disagreed with him. I imagine that he actually
let people talk at length who disagreed with him.
I would love communication with you. However, for the sake of what is
actually Humane, it would be required that you let me speak at least
10% of the time, even 20% would be nice. I try not to get mad and
usually dont raise my voice. I am actually a pretty nice person.
Looking forward to more communication with you, personally.
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> Announcing a new Meetup for Emerging Church Discussion Group!
> What: Wayne Jacobsen is coming to Charlotte
> When: Sunday, July 24, 2011 6:00 PM
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