In Titus 1, and I Timothy 3, God’s requirements for leadership are strict — and clear. According to those requirements, John Wesley was not qualified to be a leader of God’s people; he was not ‘blameless’ in the text’s sense. He stole the words of another and did not acknowledge that he had done so.
A plagiarist does not cease to be a plagiarist because he admits the obvious after he has been caught.
MoscowID.net hosts an Archive, which holds more than 3 gigabytes of content. We partially opened it yesterday to display one post and we plan to gradually open it more, as we nudge our way toward site objectives. But for now, please take a look. Pastor Douglas Wilson of Christ Church, Moscow, has plagiarized before and coincidentally he blamed his coauthor then, just as he blamed Randy Booth yesterday. Continue reading