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SATURDAY, JAN 5, 2008  |  9 comments
SBC presidency showdown brewing
(ABP) -- Evangelical scholar and seminary president Al Mohler will be nominated for the Southern Baptist Convention presidency next June, but he likely will face opposition for the prominent post.

Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., will be nominated by Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas. Jeffress announced his intention to nominate Mohler Jan. 2 through the SBC’s news agency.

Prominent SBC blogger Wade Burleson, who earlier predicted Mohler would be nominated -- and lose -- said Jan. 4 that he expects a little-known pastor to be nominated and be elected over Mohler. ...


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GK  Find all comments by GK
33k wrote:
It would be far simpler for them to require registration on the forum so that people have to sign in. Most forums do that. They already have the functionality available, they make it available to those who elect to give them a monthly subscription so it could be extended to everybody at nil cost.
Banning those who reply to themselves is more of a sledgehammer approach.
there are a couple of measures the admins could take,as you suggest

I think a "3 strikes and you're out" system would be a good idea....3 infractions against the rules or ethos of the forum,and your IP address is barred....

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News Item1/11/08 5:21 PM
33k  Find all comments by 33k
Patrick (really) wrote:
There is a need for SA to monitor these Comments more closely, and perhaps to consider banning such as do this. I have heard that there are persons (a person?) given to impersonating others, and even to replying to himself -- I guess it's one way to get a "doctorate"
It would be far simpler for them to require registration on the forum so that people have to sign in. Most forums do that. They already have the functionality available, they make it available to those who elect to give them a monthly subscription so it could be extended to everybody at nil cost.

Banning those who reply to themselves is more of a sledgehammer approach.

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News Item1/11/08 4:08 PM
GK  Find all comments by GK
Mike wrote:
Patrick, you might want to reconsider. There are many monikers also used here by those of the Reformed tradition. Quite often many monikers are used by a few posters, that it appear the Reformed carry much weight. No one is calling for their banning, in spite of how they impersonate and support "each other"
now that IS funny!! LOL
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News Item1/11/08 12:30 PM
Ha!  Find all comments by Ha!
Mike wrote:
Patrick, you might want to reconsider. There are many monikers also used here by those of the Reformed tradition. Quite often many monikers are used by a few posters, that it appear the Reformed carry much weight. No one is calling for their banning, in spite of how they impersonate and support "each other"
Is that really you Mike?
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News Item1/11/08 12:25 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Patrick (really) wrote:
I am the Patrick who comments from time to time one these forums (just yesterday on a sermon by Ian Brown), and looking in today as time permits I see someone has "borrowed" my moniker.
Not that I have a Trade Mark on what is a fairly common name, but just to clarify that the comment below is not mine, nor would the crude anti Reformist sentiment be made by me.
There is a need for SA to monitor these Comments more closely, and perhaps to consider banning such as do this. I have heard that there are persons (a person?) given to impersonating others, and even to replying to himself -- I guess it's one way to get a "doctorate"
Patrick, you might want to reconsider. There are many monikers also used here by those of the Reformed tradition. Quite often many monikers are used by a few posters, that it appear the Reformed carry much weight. No one is calling for their banning, in spite of how they impersonate and support "each other"
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News Item1/11/08 12:23 PM
GK  Find all comments by GK
Patrick (really) wrote:
I have heard that there are persons (a person?) given to impersonating others, and even to replying to himself -- I guess it's one way to get a "doctorate"
oh no-not the dreaded "sock puppet"
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News Item1/11/08 12:09 PM
Patrick (really)  Find all comments by Patrick (really)
I am the Patrick who comments from time to time one these forums (just yesterday on a sermon by Ian Brown), and looking in today as time permits I see someone has "borrowed" my moniker.
Not that I have a Trade Mark on what is a fairly common name, but just to clarify that the comment below is not mine, nor would the crude anti Reformist sentiment be made by me.
There is a need for SA to monitor these Comments more closely, and perhaps to consider banning such as do this. I have heard that there are persons (a person?) given to impersonating others, and even to replying to himself -- I guess it's one way to get a "doctorate"
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News Item1/11/08 11:58 AM
Calvinist  Find all comments by Calvinist
Patrick wrote:
What!? No comments? I figured you Calvinist would be all over this one.
Nuh Ugh! Not interested in denomination or its politics!
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News Item1/11/08 11:21 AM
Patrick  Find all comments by Patrick
What!? No comments? I figured you Calvinist would be all over this one.
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