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Dorhauer the victim

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

This should tell you a great deal about UCC Missouri Mid-South Associate Conference Minister John Dorhauer's honesty. From his blog today:
In spite of the accusation that my traveling has caused one of the St. Louis area churches to close, this past Saturday was the first for me of a series of overnight trips. In the coming months, I will travel to an array of cities - responding to requests from a broad constituency wanting to hear more about Steeplejacking (not just the book, but the phenomenon).
In light of his last post, he is obviously talking about UCCtruths. So, again, I will repost what was actually said and readers to both sites can determine who is really being honest. Here is what I posted that ticked off Dorhauer:
What makes this all the more interesting is that while UCC Missouri Mid-South Associate Conference Minister John Dorhauer is running around the country trumping up a bogus conspiracy theory about UCC churches being stolen by other denominations, churches like Holy Ghost United Church of Christ are closing their doors. This doesn't mean the Conference isn't conscious about the loss of aging churches, but the emphasis publicly has clearly focused on Dorhauer's conspiracy theory.
As I stated last week, this is about priorities and Dorhauer's priority (at least publicly) is his conspiracy theory of church stealing by right-wing bogeymen. This is much different than claiming, as Dorhauer has, that "my traveling has caused one of the St. Louis area churches to close".

Dorhauer has gone from being the accuser to being the victim. No doubt he will point to UCCtruths as the source of his victimization. But really, all of this is a distraction from the real issues that challenge our denomination and from the doubts raised about his book.
posted by UCCtruths, Tuesday, September 04, 2007


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