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Hi, the Christian Egalitarianism has been reverted, as it appears to be unconstructive. Use the sandbox for testing; if you believe the edit was constructive, ensure that you provide an informative edit summary. You may also wish to read the introduction to editing. Thanks. —αἰτίας •discussion• 20:46, 12 February 2008 (UTC) you made to The Christian Egalitarianism constitutes vandalism, and has been reverted. Please do not continue to vandalize pages; use the sandbox for testing. Thanks. —αἰτίας •discussion• 20:49, 12 February 2008 (UTC)) you made to
Apology accepted. Thank you very much.
Conversion therapy article
SCBC, I have undone your recent edit to conversion therapy. While I'm sure it was well-intentioned, that article is already much too long, and there has been some discussion about reducing it in size (see the discussions on the talk page, and especially the post 'Big ol' Ex-gay merge/deletion' by Dybryd). Skoojal (talk) 00:30, 22 July 2008 (UTC)
SCBC, I have again removed material you added to Conversion therapy. There are probably numerous other articles where this material could more usefully be added (the article on Ex-gay, for instance, or individual biographies). Skoojal (talk) 11:41, 31 July 2008 (UTC)
Conversion therapy again
SCBC, I think most of the changes you recently made to the conversion therapy article were improvements. However, I have undone some of them, and I'm unsure about others. I'd appreciate it if you would comment on the article's talk page. Skoojal (talk) 03:35, 25 August 2008 (UTC)
Conversion therapy yet again
SCBC, your addition to the article was misleading and inappropriate. I intend to continue removing it if you add this again. Simply put, the problem is that these ex-gay groups and individuals are not giving accounts of change through conversion therapy. For instance, one of them  contains this passage:
'Bennett ended, "Let the chips fall where they may. It's time the world knows where those in the pro-family movement stand. It was Jesus Christ alone who set me free from the sin of homosexuality - not an ex-gay group, not reparative therapy and not any psychologist. I was made whole by the Word of God and the blood of Jesus Christ shed for me on Calvary, and I will proclaim and offer that same hope, freedom, grace, truth and reality to all who seek it until the day that I die. I pray my brother Alan Chambers will grasp that same message.'
It is very nice for Bennett that Jesus Christ has set him free from the sin of homosexuality, but that has exactly nothing to do with conversion therapy, as he makes clear. Thus, your addition is not even about the subject of the article. You used the words, "ex-gay/pro-conversion-therapy communities" as if the ex-gay movement and conversion therapy were the same thing. This is a confusion that I have been trying to remove from the article for a long time. Skoojal (talk) 01:31, 20 September 2008 (UTC)
Conversion therapy once more
SCBC, notwithstanding your request, "please do not revert again", I have reverted again. The addition you are making to the article on Conversion therapy appears to violate the policy on WP:SYNTH. In effect, you are equating the views of LIFE Ministries with the views and research of Robert Spitzer, as if LIFE Ministries had published research in the same way that Spitzer has. This is not an appropriate way to use sources. Skoojal (talk) 06:44, 24 September 2008 (UTC)