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Topic - Michael Cheshire
It's safe to say that Michael Cheshire is not a happy man. At least not when he's talking about how evangelical Christian churches treat their own, especially when their own have stumbled.
He said, "I'm angry at the right thing: I'm ticked off that [Christians] treat each other less than people who meet each other in bars [do]."
"Instead of hospitals" for sinners, Mr. Cheshire said, churches that expel errant members are "now crematoriums."