That's true but it has been noted that "for every warlock there are 10,000 witches." The problem, lots of history notes, is that the warlocks TOO are of doubtful gender.
No, but I betcha there will be Organic Instruments called a "praise team" to make it a testesterone free zone. You DO know that the professor of Spiritual Formation did time at Fuller and is a "wimmen." Revelation 17-18 defines these times perfectly. They are bringing in the Willow Creek guru. Nashville really tried to go Willow Creek but with a little outside help they landed there without a paddle. True to the Lynn Anderson's patternism, they always lie low and then lurch again when no one is listening anyway.
Christianity Today and the fears of a militaristic cult.
"Douglass, who has developed the most successful Willow Creek-based church service in Germany, even maintained, "I think this approach is most applicable to the state churches. We have the people, even if they don't attend. We enjoy an incredible edge in confidence vis-àvis the free churches." He cautioned,
"The cost of this approach is hard work and loads of strife with church insiders." Christianity Today
"SKEPTICAL VOICES: Skeptics believe a Willow Creek approach disregards Western Europeans' strong aversion to entering any church service, their suspicion of innovation, and deep fear of sectarianism. Christianity Today
That's not surprising: feminists which roled over the Oak Hills elders preach UPSETTING PEOPLE'S COMFORT ZONES. This, of course, and the very words have slipped out of Mein Kampf and Machiavelli. "Becoming a prince (princess) of another person's land can only be done by prayer or force--and prayer rarely works" says the Prince. The Jubilee people used Machiavelli to explain why change came so slow: the "Prince" says that it is because the "people usually have the law on their side and everything to lose."
Never doubt what evil lurks in the hearts of man!
"All things come into being by conflict of opposites, and the sum of things flows like a stream. This order, the same for all things, no one of gods or men has made, but it always was, and is, and ever shall be, an ever-living fire, kindling according to fixed measure, and extinguished according to fixed measure. Justice meant a balance of opposites, and hence could be defined as strife.
Heraclitus cited as an example the tension between the string and the frame in a bow or a musical instrument. 'Harmony lies in the bending back, as for instance of the bow or of the lyre... Opposition unites. From what draws apart results the most beautiful harmony. All things take place by strife'." (Parkes, Henry Bamford, Gods and Men The Origins of Western Culture, p. 188, Knopf)