Re: [Synoptic-L] list decorum
- Maluflen@... wrote:
>Maybe when you get to be an old curmudgeon like myself, the skin
> I am persuaded by this and other recent comments that I owe the list an
> apology for much of my recent writing. I wish to protest one more time,
> perhaps in vain, that not a single remark of mine was intended as a personal
grows thicker..but for the life of me, I have not detected anything
in your posts (which I have found to be very informative, by the way)
to even cause one of my graying eyebrows to raise.
> My frustration is with ideas and systems, not with people; I bear noAnd just how many form that "consensus?"
> ill will whatsoever to anyone on this list. However, the consensus of list
> members clearly interprets my comments differently, and so I accept their
> judgment for purposes of this public forum.
> For this reason I am voluntarilyI have been getting a great deal out of your exchanges. Whether or not one
> grounding myself from active participation in list discussions for a period
> of at least two-months, until I can learn how to behave in accordance with a
> stricter interpretation of list protocol.
agrees with a premise or a conclusion, the discussion of the methodology and
approach is invaluable in quality discourse. I am going to ask you not to
taybutheh d'maran yeshua masheecha am kulkon
- I would like to request that the current thread on "list decorum" ends
immediately. It is always preferable to deal with this kind of issue off-
list, in discussion with the people concerned or in discussion with the
coordinators, to whom any further comments on this should be
Dr Mark Goodacre M.S.Goodacre@...
List Owner, Synoptic-L
Synoptic-L Web Page: http://www.bham.ac.uk/theology/synoptic-l