We laughed when we referred too as "A popular Southern Baptist blog"
Bob Allen writing for Ethics Daily wrote about recent even during the CBF Annual meeting:
A throwaway line at last month's Baptist Center for Ethics 15th anniversary luncheon earned the attention of Fox News and rebuttal on a conservative Web site.
In his June 22 keynote address at the
A follow-up NCC release said Edgar's comments "hit a nerve" with Fox editors, noting that about 4,000 Fox viewers visited the NCC Web site to read the message. While most reactions criticized Edgar, the NCC said a surprising number of Fox viewers believed he hit the nail on the head.
The conservative Front Page Magazine wrongly reported July 13 that Edgar's made the remark "while speaking at the 15th anniversary luncheon of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship's (CBF) General Assembly on June 23.
It seems that the luncheon was not "sponsored by the CFB" by was held during its annual meeting.
Here is where we come in:
A popular Southern Baptist blog commended the article: "For those who think conservative Baptists are the only Baptists who are political, Mark Tooley writes about an interesting speech delivered to the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, where the speaker was reading from his Democrat Party talking points."
This is the post to which they refer.
Robert Parham of the
The crux of the story is that the luncheon in question was not sponsored by the CBF, but the fact that the gathering was held in conjuction with and during the CBF's annual meeting is quite significant. We don't figure many Episcopalians attended the luncheon. Those who dined while listening to the Democratic Party's talking points were liberal Baptists.
Remember, birds of a feather flock together.
posted by Arkansas Razorbaptist at 7/16/2006 11:54:00 AM