Some Jesus Christian members are now suddenly posting for the first time on the "Publishing the Truth" thread on the JC website. (Call in the "Rent-a-Crowd"?)
They are expressing concern that the letter from the Quakers might mean they cannot attend meetings because of their association with Jesus Christians. I doubt this is the case. I am quite sure that the main thrust of the Quaker issue is about David McKay himself, and his personal postings on the JC website containing attacks on particular Quakers, (David Lowe in particular) and the way he has positioned himself within his local meeting. I really don't think the problem lies with other individual Jesus Christians other than David Mckay, or Jesus Christians' own individual musings about Quaker philosophy on that forum. Unless, of course, they present as an orchestrated campaign managed by one individual!
David McKay began attending Quaker meetings because he read that they were somewhere you could say whatever you liked, and people would listen to you. And he thought "That's the place for me!": He said that himself!
That was his motivation for attending the local Devonshire Street meeting, according to him.
Everything that has happened since is because he wanted to be a Quaker for all the wrong reasons.
Now the Quakers have called him to task. Not with only a few days notice! This has been coming for a long time, and David has had plenty of time to think about it and to reconsider his vindictive and libellous postings about individual Quaker members. And now Dave wants to duck out of it all. He's off on a three month holiday, and can't attend to the matter. So the Quakers have a choice of whether to cast him off in his absence, and make him a martyr, or to allow him to continue on the internet for three months while maintaining Quaker membership. Assuming they can call him to task upon his return!ALERT TO ALL WHO COME IN CONTACT WITH DAVID MCKAY. HE HAS ALREADY PUBLISHED THE BLUEPRINT, AND HERE IT IS!
Yes, David has already published the guidebook for what to do when this happens. It is on his web site, in an article about "The Id and the Honesty". Only a narcissist could fail to recognise what is really happening!
To quote Dave's guidebook on what to do in these situations:"We can, for a short time claim not to understand what they are talking about. But feigning confusion is only a temporary diversion aimed at stalling for time. A more effective form of evasion is to physically remove yourself from the presence of the person who is confronting you with the truth about yourself.
You can politely say that you will "get back" to the person later, or excuse yourself to "go away and think about" what has been said, and then do your best to avoid the person or situation which threatens to confront you with the truth about yourself. If a polite escape does not work, you can simply turn and run."