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September 29, 2007

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And sadly, many people from the liturgical churches have the reverse bias against evangelicals without ever having gotten to know one or visited a worship service, too. It's amazine what we can learn if we just talk to people and see what they actually do.

I have a close friend at my church that grew up Methodist. His experience with church has largely been as a social agency. His quest is to find a relationship with a personal Jesus, while mine has been to learn how to cherish the holy and transcendent. Some of us run from what we have experienced toward what we have not. That seems to be my nature anyway. Let’s keep talking!

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