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Bishop Denies Minority Voice In Campground Investigation


From: Richard L. Kuhn, Jr. <dockuhn@mindspring.com>
To: ucmpage@ucmpage.org <ucmpage@ucmpage.org>
Date: Thursday, November 11, 1999 10:47 AM
Subject: Bishop Denies Minority Voice In Campground Investigation

Dear Rev. Svenden and all,

I must gently disagree with the last comment you made - "The idea that the investigative team’s report would be received and allowed to stand unchallenged until our next annual conference is simply inconceivable." It is not only totally conceivable, it is expected. The opposite side only squeals "foul" when their ox is gored. They do whatever they want, with no regards to the other opinion whenever, and wherever, they are in power.

What is truly inconceivable is that so many people still think it is possible to have a dialogue over these issues. The battle line is clearly drawn and it is time to "chose you this day, which God you will worship". The sad thing is so many people are still so uninformed and do not realize the enormity of what is at hand - the very life of our part of the Body of Christ.

Yours in Christ,

Rick Kuhn
Langdale UMC
Valley, AL

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