Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Bible has one law for unintentional sin, and another law for intentional sin

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
The Bible makes a distinction between unintentional sin and intentional sin. This is important when we consider how we, as Christians, are to respond to domestic abusers. The distinction is set out in…

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5. Chris Moles sometimes endorses the abuser’s narrative

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
When bystanders don’t call out victim-blaming language, they endorse it. Chris Moles uses some wording that can endorse the abuser’s narrative. I will give three examples of this. Chris’s language permits the abuser…

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Gaslighting & the Unraveling…

Originally posted on Trudy Metzger's Blog:
A promise made is a promise to be kept. And God knows I’d rather forget. It has been a few weeks since June 8… that fateful day in the present situation with attempting…

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Bill Hybels, the Willow Creek “System,” and Why the Women Needed to Speak Publicly

Originally posted on Spiritual Sounding Board:
Bill Hybels, Clergy Sexual Misconduct, Willow Creek Church *** Scot McKnight at Jesus Creed wrote a very important article about the Bill Hybels/Willow Creek sexual misconduct scandal. This is a very important article that…

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Failure to Report Sexual Abuse – Who Cares?

Originally posted on Together We Heal:
This is the final installment of our 4-week guest blog appearance at Rachel Grant Coaching. I want to thank Rachel for the opportunity to share my thoughts and concerns on these specific issues surrounding…

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