Tag Archives: spiritual abuse

Stalwart Men & Noble Women

[In today’s guest post Elena Williams (a pseudonym) writes of a painful childhood at the hands of family and church, and her experience with God that drew her through and brought her to a place of life and rest in … Continue reading

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Heresy and Blasphemy in Counseling the Abused

[This post appeared three years ago and generated heart-wrenching comments from people who have similar experiences to that of the young woman mentioned in the opening paragraph. I thought it worth returning to.] A New York Times article included an alarming comment … Continue reading

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Questioning Your Pastor’s Teaching is a Noble Task

The Bible contains two letters the Apostle Paul wrote to the Christians in Thessaloniki, which might lead readers to think the people in that city were widespread supporters of Paul’s work. They weren’t. Rather, while one group of people heard … Continue reading

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