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April 12, 2010


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Stephen Chapman

Interesting poem, I like it. Did you author it?

I find paragraphs 7-9 to be very accurate. Such comfort in the known, people very rarely want to leave it.

I have a couple questions. First, do you have an email address? Second, I was curious if I could email you a few religious and philisophical questions, thoughts and concerns that I have had over the last few years. I understand that you are a busy man, and I would not take it the wrong way if you do not have time for such matters.

Thanks again =)

Terry Chapman

Hey Stephen.... Yep... these are my ponderings and Sure, let the wild rumpus begin! My email is terrychapman@me.com


Time for such-he lives for such lol. Don't forget terry what rollins says-to believe is human to doubt devine. I really like this and yes i think we should do this in church-really. Shake up the confession of faith a bit like we discussed in NYC. We would need to script it and have a plan to bring it back down a bit but maybe, just maybe people would run with it like in this poem. Very cool brother.

Joel Usher

Hey Terry
real nice...well put and felt. Loving the more recent idea of having a "doubt night" with people of faith...i believe i heard it first with Rob Bell. I just started a group with some 20 somethings in a living room...who are about to leave church but like jesus...our first night was a night of just spill it all out...good bad and all. it was most refreshing. not toxic at all, but sweetly honest and right. must talk more friend.
keep stirring


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