Of errors and strategies

Scott is quick on the keyboard and sometimes tumbles over his words, but this made sense to me.

It is no secret that most everything that troubled the churches at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th are back on the table again. What I find interesting is that the strategies and tactics of those who wish to re-invent the church in the mold of the present culture are the same ones employed by those who sought to re-invent the church in the mold of the culture of that earlier era.

See especially his quote from McGarvey. His irony is priceless.

What do you think?