Most SI readers are aware of the huge flap in IFB circles over the message by Dr. Dan Sweatt and the three responses by Dr. Kevin Bauder.
Several SI members have suggested that reconciliation may not be possible. Examples in the From the In Box thread include:
Anne wrote, “I don’t think people are wanting reconciliation right now. I don’t think either party is apologizing . . . are they?”
Bob Nutzhorn, articulated the same sentiment you did when he wrote, “Let me also say that I am not sure there can be reconciliation yet.”
BryanBice wrote, “Is he (Bauder) calling for reconciliation? That may be an underlying desire, but probably not a realistic expectation. My guess is Kevin’s trying to do his part to explain the rift. If that explanation serves as a catalyst for reconciliation, well & good....but I’m sure he’s astute enough to know it’s not likely. If nothing else, his in-box makes that abundantly clear.”
What if these sentiments are correct, in that there can be no reconciliation? If, as you say, no one is seeking reconciliation where does the IFB/FBFI go from here?