Three deaths: Sharon Dykstra, Bill Mouser, and Tim Keller (2)

New Warhorn Media post by Tim Bayly:

Two daft-laddie questions:

Did Fr Bill ever name in public your CBMW colleague who had let him down? I honestly don’t know/can’t recognise who it was.

If he did not, does this raise more general questions as to when we name names and when we don’t?

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Yes, he named him, but not publicly. I’ve chosen to follow his lead in this. Love,

Which means that if he didn’t name him publicly, there must have been good reason. Thanks for the explanation and I’ll keep that in mind.

I’d think his reason was what Newman said, that it’s almost a definition of a gentleman that he is one who never inflicts pain. Was the Apostle Paul being a small man when he named names?

Almost every Christian preacher or elder today would say yes. If, that is, he didn’t know it was the Apostle Paul and the words of Scripture he was belittling or condemning.