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    :: Saturday, April 21, 2007 ::
    "Since I am almost certainly the only tuition-paying Regent student on earth who's also a lefty blogger," writes blogger Sara Robinson, "I suppose it's incumbent on me to say a few words." Here are the words she says, and very interesting they are too, especially:
    [O]ur class discussions, both in real-time lecture and e-list posts, have been surprisingly wide-ranging and non-doctrinaire. I've cherished my interactions the young Southerner who turned me onto the whole gestalt of the Emerging Church movement, who is also active in voluntary simplicity and global anti-slavery movements.
    They're not my grandmother's [Unitarian] prayer group. But they are people I'd be glad to make room for on the political front lines of the various interests we do share.
    It's so very tempting to stereotype and demonize. After all, the religious right has done it to us for years. But accuracy and fairness -- the only two true allegiances of any journalist -- demand that we take the time to take off our own ideological filters, wander into their communities, stay awhile, and commit to listening to them on their own terms. When it comes to the emerging evangelical elite at places like Regent, we will often have our prejudices more then confirmed. But we may also be rewarded with more friends and allies than we might have imagined.

    :: David M. Wagner 3:01 PM [+] ::

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