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Don't worry, I won't...
Don't take it personally unless you are Johnathan Hunt!
I am just now posting because I am intrigued as to where I will be classified...
Michael Jensen, son of the great Abp Peter Jenesen, evangelical superhero. We are not worthy. You deserve a category all of your own.
I'm hoping I'm classed as dodgy after some of the comments here...
Byron,I've ditched the Wobbly & Dodgy category. A bit harsh. You may have the distinction of being put under Barthian, Emergent and Other.
So I am now too late to try out for "wobbly and dodgy"... damn...
Well, class of one's own: I don't know whether to feel elated, or deflated.
Michael,Serves you right for commening just for a link. As for elation/deflation, I'll leave you stewing in your own ambiguity. ;-)
So officially "dodgy", not sure if that's better than "wobbly" ... Anyway its still the best classification I've ever had (actually its the only classification I've ever had...)
Danny,It could be worse, so don't push it.
"Other" - I'll take it as a complement.
I guess, like Byron, I'm "other." But then as an Anabaptist type Baptist (a contemporary Leveller), I'm used to being "other." (For instance, I have always thought the debate between Calvinists and Arminians was a mistake based on framing the question of soteriology wrong. Wrong questions lead to skewed answers.)
Byron,Being other than sound as a bell is a compliment?Michael,I've placed you in a special category all of your own.
Okay, Anabaptist Peacenik, I'll wear with pride. But the heck does "stroppy bearded" mean? Maybe I should put a froggy-looking puppet in for my blog pic, huh? Was Jesus "stroppy bearded?" (Goes away humming a chorus about being a follower of "that long-haired, radical, socialist Jew!") :-)
MW-W,Does my face look bothered by your puerile remarks?
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