First, I have contacted Denver Seminary President Mark Young via email. Since I wanted to include links in my letter to him, it seemed the most appropriate format. I have not yet received a reply from anyone at Denver Seminary. The day after the email was sent, however, four visits totalling nearly twenty minutes were made to this blog from Denver Seminary's server. At this point, I don't intend to make any further attempts to elicit a response from the school. As of this writing, the video is still available on their website.
Second, I contacted one of the "Affiliate Guides" of Pomegranate Place to clarify a point included in her biography. Michanda Lindsey's bio says she "serves as a priest for a local cathedral". Several search attempts using various key words and forms of her name turned up nothing. A search on her name alone, however, turned up a top hit with a local talent agency. In a telephone conversation with Myrna Ramos at the Donna Baldwin agency, Myrna said she did not know about that aspect of Lindsey's personal life and offered to pass along my contact information. In short order I had an email from Lindsey telling me to feel free to contact her, but there has been no subsequent response to my query about where she serves as priest.
UPDATE: Lindsey has responded, but declines to name the Cathedral, "I appreciate your inquiry. However, my responses are not suited for email and would be better suited by phone or in person. This would allow me to also gain a better understanding of who you are as well."
Last, I ask readers from Denver Seminary arriving via avenues such as google reader notices to feel free to contact me via email (link available on the profile page). You should know that even in the middle of Holy Week this blog had approximately 1000 hits as a result of this story being picked up by other blogs. Some will likely think it par for the course trajectory of evangelicalism in general. Others will wonder how a supposedly conservative evangelical institution has fallen so far off the rails.
My question? If you believe yourself to be a Christian of orthodox belief -- What are you doing to call your school to account for leading unsuspecting souls astray?