A comment from Ryan Abernathy jumped out.
Dec 7, 2013 at 9:59 amInteresting side note, Ingrid Schlueter used to blog at Slice of Laodecia back in 2009. She was violently anti-Driscoll over his sex sermon series on Song of Solomon. Strange that her name turns up here in this mess and that she resigns after the apology. Makes me wonder how much influence she had on the piece at its inception, the tone of the interview, and the research done on the piece. I think there is definitely an issue for Driscoll here- the info looks improperly cited at the least, but I wonder if Ingrid may have overstepped a bit considering her past history with Driscoll. - See more at: http://jonathanmerritt.religionnews.com/2013/12/06/mefferd-producer-resigns-driscoll-controversy/#comment-128864
This isn't strange at all for anyone familiar with how far back Schlueter's criticism of Driscoll goes. Her name appeared amongst those vehemently critical of Driscoll so far back it may even pre-date the 2007 firings. Her public criticism and comments about Driscoll should be easily found and can provide some additional context for whatever has happened. Here's a brief example. It piggy-backed on Steve Camp at the time but is a useful and short reference point.
Jim West has also got a post noting that Julie Ann @ Defend the sheep has spotted a connection between Tyndale and Salem Radio.
Schlueter had a blog going for a while called Slice of Laodicea.