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For many this put them off, while for many others the welcome pastors simply refused membership. 'It was abusive, it was manipulative and patronising', Paul now says, adding: T cringe at our arrogance'. He remembers his own visit from the welcome pastor as akin to a job interview. He had to fill in a detailed form outlining his skills, his work and church experience that the recruitment department later 52 The Rise and Fall of the Nine O 'Clock Service used when asking him to fulfil various responsibilities.
He was furious, screaming at Daniel for breaking the agreement and not taking Brain's advice. Unfortunately for Brain, Daniel was in no mood for such treatment. 'I went mental', he says, 'I very nearly attacked him. ' Brain immediately softened (and never shouted at him again) but didn't forget about the money. Brain then delegated the job of eliciting the money to the others in leadership. Daniel was so angry that he held on to the money for 18 months. During this time, others in the leadership ignored and sidelined him.
Elizabeth (not her real name), who as a staff member had given up her 'old life' and made considerable financial contributions to NOS, asked Paul Hatton out for a meal to discuss his 'giving' to 34 The Rise and Fall of the Nine O 'Clock Service NOS. 'It wasn't abusive in a direct way but very subtly it was suggested that my commitment was lacking, that I had an extravagant lifestyle and that I should give more', he says. Elizabeth noted that Hatton was wearing a tie from a professional association.
An Existentialist Theology : A Comparison of Heidegger and Bultmann (Pelican) by John Macquarrie