Monday, May 28, 2007

iMonk Returns to the SBC

Brother Bob Ross posted this as a comment on May 23rd, and in case you missed it, I'm posting it in its own thread.

You can find out more about iMonk Michael Spencer in Brother Bob's Monkey Business thread.

Personally, I have had a special affection for the iMonk ever since he called my report on the evangelism failures of James White and Tom Ascol "the lowest thing I have read in the Christian blogosphere." I guess the subject of failure in evangelism hit a little too close to home for the iMonk.


Bob to Charles:

Have you noticed, Charles, that the "iMonk" has a new gig? He says he is "going back to an SBC church." Link:

Who says "we can't have revival now"!

I suppose iMonk must have run-out of verbal viperity for Joel Osteen, public invitations, and other objects of his "shock-blog" act.

Anyway . . . don't you think iMonk and Jimmy Carter might be cut from the same cloth? They both slam-and-slash at Southern Baptists, but when they want to be pampered, to whom do they apply for cuddling? Of course, back to "Mother" -- the Southern Baptists!


At Tuesday, May 29, 2007 8:41:00 PM, Anonymous John the Missionary said...

When I first read this I thought, "Spencer is returning to the SBC, GOD HELP US."

He has always been more BLOW than GO. I used to read his blog but gave up on it. He's just another peanut theologian who loves to take pot shots at those who are doing the work.

John the Missionary

At Monday, June 18, 2007 7:06:00 PM, Blogger Michael Spencer said...

I never left the SBC.

Please remove this post, as you are, promoting a lie

At Tuesday, June 19, 2007 8:17:00 AM, Blogger Charles said...

Brother Spencer, Hello!

You wrote, I never left the SBC.

Please remove this post, as you are, promoting a lie

How so?


At Tuesday, June 19, 2007 11:56:00 AM, Anonymous Bob L. Ross said...


It appears, Charles, that imonk may not know whether he where he's been or where he's going.

Now if he also doesn't know where he is, do you think he might have had too many "cold ones"?


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