I have an anonymous lurker who, on another blog, has accused me of having some kind of hidden agenda among Faith Harbour issue. On this blog, he identifies himself as Manelikocu, but gives no real identifying information, except that he knows a great deal about the Harbour/SBTC issue and claims to have information that would easily correct me on the issue.
Let me be perfectly clear.
As you erroneously on The Harbour’s blog, I do not have some kind of agenda contrary to the SBTC, as a former employee. I am blessed to serve as Student Pastor at a loyal SBTC church. As an inerrantist with a ‘high view of scripture’, I am grateful for the theological, missiological, and methodological philosophies which founded our convention. If you’re not sure what those are, google it. I have neither the time nor the inclination to play tag with an invisible man’s cowardice.
You mistakenly assume my brother, worship pastor at another church in another city, is me. My brother NEVER worked for SBTC, and doesn’t even serve at an SBC church, but a Vineyard church. Let’s get the facts straight.
When you claim I have an agenda, you are making me into some kind of evangelical Jesse Jackson, directly attacking my character and integrity. You are treading on very thin ice, my brother. Have the nads to email me at email@example.com. I’ll give you my cell phone and we’ll talk face-to-face. Better yet, I’ll drive to Baytown and buy the Starbucks. Either way, let’s grow some and act like big boys, k?
I’ll let you in on a litte secret, little bro. I DO have an agenda. You can read about it here.
At this point, I’ll refrain from removing your comments and ‘disassociating’ this blog with anonymous bloggers in the hopes that others will feel uninhibited to take part in discussions here without having arrows flung at them.
Of course, Jesus had an agenda, too.