Is Reformed Evangelicalism a Place For The Traumatized? – by Paul C. Maxwell

Source: Is Reformed Evangelicalism a Place For The Traumatized?

A Response to Phil Johnson by Dr Rich Poupard, an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. The Wartburg Watch blog

I really do not get Phil Johnson and those who go after the abused. It must be nice to live safely in the gospel™ castle.

via A Response to Phil Johnson by Dr Rich Poupard, an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon —

Phil Johnson at Grace Community Church Shows His “Heart” Toward a Domestic Violence Victim – by Spiritual Sounding Board

Domestic Violence, Phil Johnson, Grace Community Church, John MacArthur *** This post needs little commentary. Pastor Phil Johnson is Pastor John MacArthur’s right-hand man at Grace Community Church. I am sad that a man in his position would so carelessly tweet this insensitive, uncaring tweet. I fear for women at Grace Community or any church connected […]

via Pastor Phil Johnson Shows His Heart toward Domestic Violence Victim — Spiritual Sounding Board

Abusive Pastor Violates Restraining Order -The Divorce Minister blog

Saeed Abedini is the pastor released from the Iranian prison and embraced by Franklin Graham. His wife, Naghmeh, fought for his release for years then filed for divorce citing abuse issues in their marriage. Recently, Saeed was in court for violating a restraining order made on Naghmeh’s behalf (see article here). For the skeptics regarding…

via Saeed Abedini Saga Continues — Divorce Minister

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Jory Micah’s blog

Would anything get done without the persistence of determined women – even women who are willing to “break the rules” in the face of injustice? Would women have the right to vote if our great-grandmothers had not rebelled against men who were determined to keep vaginas out of the voting booth? Oh, does that offend you,…

via Nevertheless, She Persisted… — Jory Micah

How the Threat of God’s Wrath is Used to Silence Abuse Victims – on A Cry for Justice blog

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice: In following the story of Marie Notcheva over at Wartburg Watch, I read the following comment by a “friend” of Marie’s on Facebook. I decided to highlight this comment here in a post because THIS tactic of threatening God’s wrath for exposing evil in a church is really rather common.…

via How the Threat of God’s Wrath is Used to Silence Abuse Victims — Speakingtruthinlove’s Blog

A ‘Church’ that Hands Victims Over to the Abuser – A Cry For Justice blog

This story came to my mind today as I was thinking about how local churches so often essentially hand over an abuse victim to her abuser – Now they told David, “Behold, the Philistines are fighting against Keilah and are robbing the threshing floors.” Therefore David inquired of the LORD, “Shall I go and attack […]

via The First Church of Keilah – A ‘Church’ that Hands Victims Over to the Abuser — A Cry For Justice