Hackers Attack Christian Gender Website

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  1. Jerome

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    Devotees of complementarianism breathe a sigh of relief as cbmw.com resumes its online presence: hackers had silenced the internet voice of the gender gospel for nearly a month:
     
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    I wonder who would bother to hack into their site? What could the reason be?
     
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    I don't know. I'm just thankful that things like this "gem" are back online:

     
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    How about a link? I'd like to read this comment in context.
     
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    Don't fall over in shock but I agree with Aaron. It's easy to take something out of context.
     
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    I found it:
    http://www.cbmw.org/Blog/Posts/The-Gospel-and-Biblical-Manhood-and-Womanhood


     
  7. Jerome

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    Spreading the gender gospel is now much cheaper too!

    Genesis 50:20 (ESV Holy Bible)
    you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good
     
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    Thanks, Ann. It is probably a poor choice of wording on the part of the author, but nothing like one's first impression to the statement out of context was intended. :type:

    I don't see anything I disagree with.
     
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    3 weeks to fix a website??????????????
     
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    That's exactly what I was thinking Aaron. :)
     
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    If the site was seriously hacked, they could have lost a lot of their content. Additionally, it would require having to work out a more secure site and such. I know when someone just got access to our server, it was hours for my husband to deal with it. I can't imagine having to clean up a whole site.
     
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    They were in an are where they had to use union labor so it took 100 times longer than normal...
     

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