I made the following comment on the God's Politics Blog of Jim Wallis with respect to the folly of the Sojourners who have yet to answer my article Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right:
In the same way that Brian McLaren made the very informed statement to Christianity Today that: "One of the problems is that the average Christian in the average church who listens to the average Christian broadcasting has such an oversimplified understanding of both the Bible and of church history - it would be deeply disturbing for them to really learn about church history." The fact that both Mr. McLaren and Jim Wallis have ignored the rebuttal to Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right (see http://ebionite.com/TwoWrongs.htm ), both have rendered themselves nothing more than cultural blind guides. Jesus didn't teach that its OK to be right on a few things, and wrong on others -- he said that his disciples must become a Living Expression of the Truth and the Kingdom. And as fully explored at the above link, neither the Right or the Left get the very essence of Jesus' teachings, and both are equally strangled by the lack of depth of having been cast along the side of TheWay.
Brother Of Yeshua