J.P., like any self-respecting nerdy kid I too frequented bulletin board services in the early ’90s. Now that I think of it, I’ve been using the Internet for political debate since 1994, when I frequented local BBS’s in Missoula to favor Sen. Conrad Burns in his reelection bid. Otherwise, most services had fun games, etc.
But priests telling folks to gather ’round the computer? Bite your tongue! These are pastors — men of the cloth but not the collar.
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