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regarding commenters from may & aug: individually we each have our favorites concerning a speaker/pastor and what they say, how they look, etc. and even as we hold onto our rights to like who we like, we must allow that others like who they like and endeavor to find some common ground. even if the only thing that we have in common is Jesus. what we may not like about someone, be sure that someone else will. viva variety! and what difference does it make, as long as the gospel is preached? and how beautiful are those feet who bring the good news!
its true that even someone whom you dismiss as unqualified, for whatever reason. and you mention that reason. it may well become the very incentive someone else has to seek out that person. i know, because such a thing happened with me. i'd overheard someone putting down a particular church solely because it was charismatic., and it just happened to be the very church i was looking for. so being the sort that thinks for myself, i dismissed their unfounded opinions and quickly joined that church.
since there is no other in my area, i have taken tbn as my locally televised church. they have a broader variety of speakers, and a larger outreach program. good teachings, good music. good movies. what's not to like?
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