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FRONT PAGE  |  7/29/2016
FRIDAY, OCT 30, 2009  |  9 comments
Evangelical leader Dobson leaving radio show that elevated him to national prominence
James Dobson, the voice of conservative Christian group Focus on the Family since its inception, is leaving the organization's flagship daily radio broadcast.

Focus on the Family spokesman Gary Schneeberger says Dobson will go off the air at the end of February. He said Friday it was a mutual decision of Dobson and the board, and that more details are forthcoming.


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kenny  Find all comments by kenny
I agree with anti-Legalist.
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News Item11/3/09 9:37 AM
anti-Legalist  Find all comments by anti-Legalist
CV wrote:
There are always people with extreme views on any subject.
For example: ---- Some feel that the world is pure evil, i.e, we should have nothing to do with it, we should withdraw to the mountains and dawn a saffron robe and eat berries, and ....
----- While others feel that God has given us the responsibility to be salt and light, and to affect change, even within the political realm.
I take it that you believe that letting the government do what it will do, while recognizing that God is sovereign, is extreme; and that having such a view is akin to withdrawing to the mountains. Apparently, you equate this with the Manichean heresy of believing matter is evil. Likewise, it appears that you equate being salt and light with political action.

This is to misunderstand the call to separation from the world. We are in the world, but not of the world. We are pilgrims and strangers and ambassadors of Christ in this world. Such do not strive to be masters and lords of the world, do they?

Perhaps the real meaning of being salt and light is to let the light within us so shine that men will be drawn to Christ - not trying to reform unbelievers' morals, but working diligently to give them a clear gospel message that they might be saved.

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News Item11/2/09 9:50 PM
kenny  Find all comments by kenny
What does any of that have to do with the topic here or any of the comments below?
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News Item11/2/09 6:13 PM
CV | Australia  Find all comments by CV
Just goes to show: you can't please all of the people all of the time. (I know I know, "you shouldn't please people".)

There are always people with extreme views on any subject. (Kinda like the King James only...)

Everybody makes decisions that another person would make differently.

For example: ---- Some feel that the world is pure evil, i.e, we should have nothing to do with it, we should withdraw to the mountains and dawn a saffron robe and eat berries, and ....

----- While others feel that God has given us the responsibility to be salt and light, and to affect change, even within the political realm.

With high-profile people, there will always be many that feel differently on any given issue. Some are legitimate differences. We shouldn't accept anything without parsing through scripture. But we should also be wary of some opposing views that are driven by kooks with weird views.

Be discerning

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News Item11/2/09 10:08 AM
anti-Legalist  Find all comments by anti-Legalist
kenny wrote:
I find no 'service for God' in him. I find a lot of service for James Dobson.
Dobson is a Freudian psychologist and his heretical promotion of self-esteem teaching ought to be enough for any Christian to ignore him and the rest of his claptrap. James Dobson is a dangerous, dangerous man.
He's used his whiny, crying radio show appealing primarily to gullible women to gain fortune & fame. In the process, he's caused untold damage to the spreading of the pure gospel and Christian families in particular.
This is it exactly.

And not only that, but Dobson has poisoned millions of unbelievers against the gospel with his legalism and with the false doctrine that Christianity is essentially a set of moral principles that are worked out through the political system. (He's not alone in this, of course; there are lots of others who make their living off of pushing some political agenda under the banner of Christianity.)

Unfortunately, just like a Fortune 500 company, Focus has carefully developed a "succession plan" to ensure the corporation's existence continues after the founder has departed.

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News Item11/1/09 9:03 PM
kenny  Find all comments by kenny
I find no 'service for God' in him. I find a lot of service for James Dobson.

Dobson is a Freudian psychologist and his heretical promotion of self-esteem teaching ought to be enough for any Christian to ignore him and the rest of his claptrap. James Dobson is a dangerous, dangerous man.

He's used his whiny, crying radio show appealing primarily to gullible women to gain fortune & fame. In the process, he's caused untold damage to the spreading of the pure gospel and Christian families in particular.

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News Item11/1/09 11:40 AM
Rev. Dale A Erickson  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rev. Dale A Erickson
There are few in the public that I would endorse without question. Dr. Dobson was one of the first who I trusted after committing my life to Christ. I can truly say "I find no fault in him" He has many qualities I would like to have in my life. Number one is he is humble...I find or hear no pride in his service for God. God bless him, always.
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News Item10/31/09 10:19 PM
kenny  Find all comments by kenny
I agree with Jim.

James Dobson has been and continues to be one of the most dangerous and destructive men influencing believers. His impact on Christians in general and Christian families in particular for the past 30 years has been devastating.

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News Item10/31/09 3:58 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
But, I suppose the evil will still linger, Psychology: The Trojan Horse. Mr. Dobson has been the part of Division and Diversion in Christianity.
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