53: An Overcommitment to Biblical Inerrancy? (with Ray Gilford) Part 2 – The Preacher’s Forum — The Preacher’s Forum (reblogged)

Tweet In this final episode of MindShift for 2017, Ray Gilford and I finish our discussion we began last week on the subject of biblical inerrancy–the fundamentalist belief that “the Bible is 100% error-free”–inerrant. In Part 2, Ray opens up about his own personal journey away from church. The idea of biblical absolutism–the teaching that…

via 53: An Overcommitment to Biblical Inerrancy? (with Ray Gilford) Part 2 – The Preacher’s Forum — The Preacher’s Forum

(John Piper’s) Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minnesota Excommunicates Domestic Abuse Victim – reblogged article

via Bethlehem Baptist Church Excommunicates Victim of Domestic Violence

via Bethlehem Baptist Church Excommunicates Victim of Domestic Violence — Speakingtruthinlove’s Blog

“Do You Hear Me?” – from Marci Preheim’s blog- Story by Sex Crimes Victim No. 2 and Pastor John MacArthur’s Organization Not Handling a Sex Predator

*Note from Marci: This is not my story. It is another Jane Doe who has suffered at the hands of the leadership at The Master’s University, Seminary and Grace Community Church. I have offered my blog as a platform for these people who have been sexually and spiritually abused but want to remain anonymous to…

via Do You Hear Me? — Marci Preheim | Marci Preheim

Christians Celebrating Halloween Is Fine by Me — Tim Fall’s Blog – Just One Train Wreck After Another

[From the archives.] Tom Burns and his daughter pair up for Halloween costumes every year. As he wrote on his blog, this year she was unsure if her choice was all right so she asked her dad, “Do you think I could be Han Solo?” Her hesitation? Han Solo is not a woman or girl, […]

via Christians Celebrating Halloween Is Fine by Me — Tim’s Blog – Just One Train Wreck After Another

“Children obey your parents”? – Part 1 by Rebecca Davis on Here’s The Joy blog

A letter asked for help with Scriptures that teach “children obey your parents,” not just when a young child is being told to sin, but also when an adult child is being controlled. To answer the question, I look at the Greek words, the context, and other admonitions in the Scriptures.

via “Children obey your parents”? Part One — Here’s the Joy

My Story of Surviving Domestic Abuse by Ally Kern, guest post on The Junia Project blog

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Please share to raise awareness in your circles! “I thought my dreams were about to come true when I [finally] got married. I left my family, friends, and my job as a pastor in Canada to move to the U.S. for love. I had waited a long time to…

via My Story of Surviving Domestic Abuse — The Junia Project

Nothing like The Sheep Sermon to make you feel stupid, disgusting, and useless — -by Rebecca Davis @ Here’s the Joy blog

Not long ago I visited a church where I got to hear The Sheep Sermon again. It had been quite a while, years I guess. But The Sheep Sermon hadn’t changed a whole lot over the years. It even still had the part about the broken leg.

via Nothing like The Sheep Sermon to make you feel stupid, disgusting, and useless — Here’s the Joy