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Dr. Harper and the rest of the board.

I greet all of you and commend your work on this website.

I have one question. Is there any way that posts to this discussion board can be authenticated? I read a disturbing post on this board earlier which used my name and said that I thought that the Episcopal Committee was corrupt and that I had a conversation with Mrs. Ball regarding the moves in 2000.

I do not even know Mrs. Ball. Furthermore, I would never say those comments about our Episcopal leadership on any level. If a Bishop, Presiding Elder, or other pastor read those comments and thought that it was me, it could be very harmful to my ministry.

I guess there is no way to be 100% sure about the messages sent on this board, but hopefully we will not associate these comments to the names ascribed to them.

Again, thank you for your work on this discussion page, and may God continue to bless this ministry.

God Bless

Rev. Dwayne Moore

-- Anonymous, April 24, 2004


Alas, the answer is "no".

If you see that someone has forged your name/e-mail address, send me an e-mail to the above address ASAP. I will go into the admin screen, and delete/edit as necessary.

It is a shame that some people feel a need to play childish games in this day and age.

-- Anonymous, April 24, 2004

Thank you very much. I will definitely do so in the future.

-- Anonymous, April 27, 2004


-- Anonymous, May 12, 2004

Rev. Harper, I can't believe what I just read. This is crazy! Do we agree with this statement about animals. I believe that this person needs to have therapy with one of the great candidates from the First District, Rev. Eugene McDuffy, because he is a certified sex therapist.

-- Anonymous, May 13, 2004

The e-mail address being used by the alleged posters of the board are false, and merely an attempt to upset the members of this board...take the comments with a grain of salt....

-- Anonymous, May 13, 2004

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