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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.
The evangelical world's response to Mr. Haggard's downfall was a good example, Mr. Cheshire said.
"I have people who I became friends with who are not Christians who've been friends for 20 years now. We've lost the ability to restore disagreements and friendships, and everything becomes like a Christian jihad against each other," he added.