Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Bridges and Fences

Joe Stewart has authored a new dispatch (see here) that strikes to the heart of the majority of current issues facing Southern Baptists. This post reveals the deep intellect and profound wisdom that Joe possesses. Visit the post and leave him a comment.


Anonymous said...

I think that is the best thing to come our of Littlefield, Texas since Waylon Jennings.

FBC said...

I'm sure there are multitudes of his kinfolks that would vehemently disagree.

Tim Rogers said...

Brother Bart,

This does not count as a post! :>)

Brother Joe,

Instead of Willie, Waylon, and me; it is now Joe, Bart, Jeremy and me. :>)


Anonymous said...


I have no idea if anyone has done this to you...and I realize this is not about the topic of this thread...but....


1. Those tagged will share five things they dig about Jesus.
2. Those tagged will tag five other bloggers.
3. Those tagged will provide a link in the comments section here of their meme so that others can read them.

of course, i dont know how to do the comment link thing, so i’ll just tag you.

:) Tripp

Anonymous said...


I may have to swim in the opposite direction on this one. I'm not sure how I feel about all of this "fence building" and "separationism."

Who, exactly, are we trying to keep out and remain separated from? I can't quite figure that out.

Understand me ... this is coming from the heart of a lifelong Southern Baptist who has spent some time on the other side of some closed-minded, uneducated, backwoods Southern Baptist fences.

Personally, I feel the walls are already nice and high around the majority of our Southern Baptist churches. Some almost qualify as monasteries. ;)

CB Scott said...


Is this bridge a "Bridge To Far" or a "Bridge Over Troubled Waters?"

Is this fence "Don't Fence Me In" or a House With "A White Picket Fence?


Bart Barber said...


Dear brother, I have been quite remiss in making my own posts and comments lately. Please don't take this the wrong way, but I do not have time to play tag right now.

Mom says I might be able to come out and play next week. :-)