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trotsky Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-03-06 02:48 PM
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26. If you say so. n/t
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  -Rev. Jim Wallis Gives Democrat's weekly radio address wyldwolf  Dec-02-06 07:18 PM   #0 
  - Some may disagree  ayeshahaqqiqa   Dec-02-06 07:20 PM   #1 
  - Not okayed with me! n/t  LA lady   Dec-02-06 07:41 PM   #4 
  - His remarks weren't OK'd. IIUC, he was allowed to say whatever we wanted  1932   Dec-03-06 12:37 AM   #16 
  - Yeah, brilliant.  trotsky   Dec-02-06 07:34 PM   #2 
  - How religious was it? I haven't seen a transcript.  GreenPartyVoter   Dec-02-06 07:39 PM   #3 
  - His statement was pure and true progressivism, couched within a "liberal" faith-based theme.  jefferson_dem   Dec-02-06 07:58 PM   #7 
     - See, that's what bugs me about him.  trotsky   Dec-02-06 09:15 PM   #9 
        - Like MLK "peppered" "faith talk" in his speeches? Did you feel excluded by  1932   Dec-03-06 12:41 AM   #17 
        - Well, considering I wasn't alive then, no.  trotsky   Dec-03-06 10:37 AM   #18 
           - Well, considering that you didn't understand what I was arguing last time  1932   Dec-03-06 11:30 AM   #21 
              - If you say so. n/t  trotsky   Dec-03-06 02:48 PM   #26 
        - When people express such a fear of ideas...  ClassWarrior   Dec-03-06 10:59 AM   #20 
        - And if I feared the ideas, you might have a point.  trotsky   Dec-03-06 02:47 PM   #25 
        - He's a man of faith and sorry  zidzi   Dec-03-06 12:30 PM   #24 
  - Have you ever read Wallis?  MN Against Bush   Dec-02-06 07:43 PM   #5 
  - I couldn't get past the first chapter of his book. I tried to read it.  jonnyblitz   Dec-02-06 07:50 PM   #6 
  - Fundamentalism irks me. Religions doesn't. I loved this book.  1932   Dec-03-06 11:32 AM   #22 
  - Yeah, he points out how the RR abuses it.  trotsky   Dec-02-06 09:18 PM   #10 
  - Yep. He's just arguing for a more liberal theocracy and moving the Party toward the right  salvorhardin   Dec-02-06 08:23 PM   #8 
     - He's anti-choice and against gay marriage.  trotsky   Dec-02-06 09:20 PM   #11 
     - Exactly  salvorhardin   Dec-02-06 10:15 PM   #14 
        - That could just be where I got that brain nugget from!  trotsky   Dec-04-06 07:42 AM   #31 
     - Is the 'atheist vote' something Democrats should be coveting?  Ninja Jordan   Dec-02-06 09:42 PM   #12 
     - No absolutely not  salvorhardin   Dec-02-06 10:14 PM   #13 
        - Yawn  Ninja Jordan   Dec-03-06 12:06 AM   #15 
           - Estimates put the percentage of atheists & agnostics around 10-15%.  trotsky   Dec-03-06 10:39 AM   #19 
     - What about his next three paragraphs?  1932   Dec-03-06 11:42 AM   #23 
     - regarding the organization Rev. Wallis leads  Douglas Carpenter   Dec-04-06 08:18 AM   #32 
        - And their big theme is that the social issues should not be used to distract  1932   Dec-04-06 08:37 AM   #33 
           - exactly..  Douglas Carpenter   Dec-04-06 09:34 AM   #34 
  - His book was God awful  Superman Returns   Dec-03-06 03:33 PM   #27 
  - What didn't you like about it?  1932   Dec-04-06 07:26 AM   #29 
     - Because...  Superman Returns   Dec-04-06 11:06 AM   #35 
        - It assumes a lot of preknowledge  Dob Bole   Dec-04-06 12:32 PM   #37 
        - The book clearly has a different audience in mind.  1932   Dec-05-06 08:49 AM   #48 
  - Jim Wallis' political/religious views are EXACTLY the same as Jimmy Carter's...  Dob Bole   Dec-04-06 06:53 AM   #28 
  - Carter and Wallis share similar views in VERY different ways.  trotsky   Dec-04-06 07:41 AM   #30 
     - Sorry, I am anti-semantic.  Dob Bole   Dec-04-06 12:31 PM   #36 
        - Sorry, but you can't see this from a non-believer's perspective.  trotsky   Dec-04-06 12:36 PM   #38 
           - You've never heard Carter teach a Sunday School lesson...  Dob Bole   Dec-04-06 12:40 PM   #39 
              - So, in other words,  trotsky   Dec-04-06 12:44 PM   #40 
              - Nice words  Dob Bole   Dec-04-06 12:47 PM   #41 
                 - I get them from Wallis himself.  trotsky   Dec-04-06 12:50 PM   #42 
                    - Once again, his audience is young evangelicals...  Dob Bole   Dec-04-06 12:59 PM   #43 
                       - Young evangelicals are big listeners to the Dem weekly radio address?  trotsky   Dec-04-06 01:17 PM   #44 
              - AFAIK, Carter saved the specifics of Christianity for Sunday School--  eridani   Dec-05-06 01:58 AM   #46 
  - The guy who said the "secular left" lost this election?  Zhade   Dec-04-06 02:56 PM   #45 
  - I'm mostly on the same page as Wallis on the subject of ethics--  eridani   Dec-05-06 02:00 AM   #47 
 

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