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Saturday, June 24, 2006

RE: RE: 35 and Older

Then Laura... I guess the ministry isn't the place for you.

Well, sure.

A pox on the AP and the Winston-Salem fishwrap for their unattributed "experts."

Okay. A question, then: do you doubt that there has been a 20-year decline among mainline denominations in the number of clergy under 35? If not, then what do you attribute it to?


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