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Monday, 01 March 2010


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Chris Sissons

Martin Deane commented on Facebook today: Huh? Then what's Communism about?? :)

Chris Sissons

I replied: I'm not sure I follow your question. If you're saying communism is about control, then yes I suppose it is. The Reformation laid the foundations of Capitalism and so presumably the foundations of Communism too. Give me a bit more to chew on if you want a proper answer.

Stephen Brown

Here's the source for the quote, I think:
Thanks for an interesting post, will try and comment more later. I've coined the term "opensource ecumenism" to distinguish the "bazaar" (open) approach from the "cathedral" (hierarchical) approach.

Chris Sissons

Thank you. This looks like an interesting document and I will read it as soon as I have time. I look forward to hearing more about opensource ecumenism. I wrote recently about metropolitan ecumenism (http://chrississons.typepad.co.uk/exploring_ecumenism/2010/02/metropolitan-ecumenism.html), is this the same as what you mean by cathedral ecumenism?

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