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A Call to Separate from Pastor Chris Anderson

Monday, November 12, 2007

Chris has committed a grevious sin - he is calling into question the legitimacy of one of the famous quotes of Dr. Bob Jones, Sr. In a post entitled, Call it a pet peeve, he is questioning the legitimacy of the quote "There is no difference between the sacred and the secular." How dare he!! I think he should turn in his Fundamentalist card or make a pilgrimage to Greenville as a sign of repentance (maybe stopping by The Wilds to throw a stick in the fire, on the way.)

Surely the questioning of such a statement shows the beginning of a pattern of liberalism and compromise. Surely it is only a matter of time before he is emergent - or even worse, Baptist!

As a member of the Real Fundamentalist Club, I think a resolution is definitely in order. Can I get an witness?

Just my very tongue-in-cheek thoughts,


BTW, Can we also question "Duties never conflict" while we are at it?

I mean, I think I understand what is attempting to be said, but isn't it true that duties often conflict - that is why we have to have priorities!


Andy Efting said...

All I have to say is, “When gratitude dies on the altar of a man’s heart, he is well-nigh hopeless.”

Frank Sansone said...

That sounds like a witness to me.

Chris Anderson said...

I'm unshaken by your malicious attack, Frank.

Anyway, me and God make a majority.

Where does that leave you, eh?

Frank Sansone said...


I am just trying to help you be a success.

After all, "the door to the room of success swings on the hinges of opposition."


Anonymous said...

Well, “What you love and what you hate reveal who you are”,

But "it's never right to wrong in order to get a chance to do right..."

Jason said...

What?! Just separation?!! Don't traitors get something better than that?!! I say bring out the "Flame in the Wind" props.

Chris Anderson said...


"No doubt the trouble is with you."

Chris Anderson said...

Jason, too.

Frank Sansone said...


I like the idea of using the "Flame in the Wind" props.

Since, "God will not do for you what He has given you strength to do for yourself", I volunteer you to acquire the props.


(BTW, I am going to run out soon if we keep this up too long - I am already stretching things as they are.)

Andy Efting said...


Do I have to remind you that "the test of your character is what it takes to stop you?"

I would add, "Do right 'til the stars fall," but I don't want to be accused of promoting MM. :)

SamKnisely said...

Thanks for your stand, Frank. Sorry I'm late to this intramural event, but I had to get my Chapel Sayings booklet out of my Jerusalem Chamber.

Hey, didn't you make that Sr. pledge to tear down any graduates that were unfaithful to the Founder's principles? Or whatever that was.

Chris has hardly sounded repentant, so beware of the man who kowtows to his Pipers and is rude to his Sansones.

Chris, if you persist in this direction, could I suggest "Things I Have Spurned" as a title for future waywardness.

Frank and similar minded brethren, let us be stedfast unmoveable and go as far as we can on the right road

Frank Sansone said...


Welcome to the party! It is always great to have others who are willing to come along and stand up strong for the truth.

I am glad that I can depend upon you to stand with me for the truth - after all, "The greatest ability is dependability."


Chris said...

Say what you want, guys. My conscience is clear.

"Your character is what God knows you to be; your reputation is what men think you are."