Oct 21, 1996 06:06 AM
by K. Paul Johnson
I'm writing before reading the last two days' digests, on a
Monday morning before the library opens. Went to a church last
night that uses gender-inclusive language everywhere possible,
has a woman minister, and I noticed the word fellowship used a
Now, what's wrong with fellowship in place of brotherhood in
the TS objects and literature? It already has a certain
sanction in that members are FELLOWS of the TS, not brethren
and sistern. I'm sure some wet blanket stick-in-the-mud
traditionalists can come up with some complaints about the
term, but it sure as hell beats siblinghood.
"To form a nucleus of the universal fellowship of humanity."
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