27.2.09

Dobson Steps Down From Focus

This, according to Christianity Today Magazine. I don't have the proper time to comment on his legacy other than this. Jim, I thank you for the wise and practical parenting advice you offered over the years. As far as politics go, I wish you would have found more charitable ways to express your views over the years.

9 comments:

  1. wow, that's unexpected. i guess i always thought he'd keep that job until he died.

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  2. Let's just hope he doesn't go into politics now.

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  3. I like the way you put this. 'Cause I, too, can appreciate his practical wisdom. As for his politics, not so much.

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  4. and the peasants rejoiced.

    (I, too, appreciated your diplomatic stance...one I need to consider more often.)

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  5. Retirement could give him even more time to promote his political views and possibly run for political office.

    I'm hoping he'll go back to being the wise doctor with a lot of practical spiritual advice on how to raise children. Perhaps he'll restore some of his image in the process.

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  6. He's not going to go anywhere. Like Matt Ralph, I hope that he goes back to what he does best in offering practical and spiritual advice to families and parents. I hope he leaves political endeavors and lobbying behind.

    Like, Larry, I thank Jim for his enormous gifts in parenting and family life.

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  7. Jimmy D. is keeping his radio show, just letting go of all executive functions.

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