Friday, June 17, 2011
WELS church lady has left a new comment on your post ""They Adorn Their Venom With My Labor"":
Yes, I sent those remarks to "Glende" about a week ago. It was a personal message, so rather he posted the comment or not, made no difference to me. What is with these 39 year-old pastors? Do the Church Growth leaders give these young guys papal dispensations which allow apostasies to go unpunished? I was only looking out for his best interest.(which would be his spiritual life, of course)Take a look at some of these 29-30 year-old pastors. These guys are preaching Confessional Lutheran Doctrine! Many have been outspoken against Mark Jeske and the likes. These same pastors are also the main ones(there are others) speaking against the adoption of the NNIV. I almost forgot about Daniel Baker.(laity) He is under 21 and plays the church organ on a regular basis.
All I can say about the older church growth pastors, Cornerstone Ministry directors, and TV preachers is "Follow The Money!"
GJ - The blogger, who is most likely Glende, refuses to list his name and predilections, but publishes a personal email without permission?
That is standard behavior for the Changers. One Changer accused a Missouri professor (suspected of being orthodox, most likely) on Facebook of being my source. The Changer is on the Love Shack staff. That was funny, since my alleged source has never been in contact with me, apart from agreeing to be a FB friend.
A WELS DP demanded to know how an ELS pastor knew me, not in a complimentary way. That is another Shrinker/UOJ approach - assume guilt and wait for a denial or apology.
One ELS contact unfriended me lately, but so did David Scaer and Pope Paul the Unlearned, many moons ago.
Hint - Leonard Sweet and Waldo Werning are among my FB friends. So are some of the leading lights of Fuller Seminary and Lutheran Shrinkage.
an-observer (http://an-observer.myopenid.com/) has left a new comment on your post "Glende the Bully Published a Private Email":
“The blogger” is a coward engaging heinous acts while posing as a divine leader. The same holds true for the conspirators who ousted Rick Tecklin. It all shows just how corrupt and evil religious orders can become when headed by leaders putting their personal interests and delusions over the Word.