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2010.02.08

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Tim G

"Pollsters may utter what is; Prophets utter what ought to be."

Peter that is a great statement!

Rick

Peter,
While the results at this point in time are preliminary and unofficial, it appears that 100% of the Southern Baptist Pastors who have commented on this article are in complete agreement with you, while 0% believe in the inerrancy of Barna's statistical research and proposed solutions. (Or Stetzer's either, for that matter.) Most of us rail against politicians who lead based on the latest polls rather than personal conviction, yet we ourselves fall under the powerful sway of the so-called knowledge that is based on statistical studies whose findings we too seldom question.

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