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Category Archives: Unjust church responses

Mumpsimus – a traditional notion that is obstinately held although it is unreasonable

Yes this is a real word!  Mumpsimus: A traditional notion that is obstinately held although it is unreasonable. A person who obstinately adheres to old ways in spite of clear evidence that they are wrong; an ignorant and bigoted opponent of reform. An obvious error that is obstinately repeated despite correction. According to Wikipedia… Mumpsimus refers …

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When Ps Jason Meyer mutualized the blame in domestic abuse

In a video posted by Bethlehem Baptist Church, Pastor Jason Meyer introduced Pastor Chris Moles’ presentation on domestic abuse at Bethlehem Baptist Church. Meyer explained headship and submission and he gave an example of how he counseled an ‘insensitive husband’. Meyer told the husband, “You’re tearing each other apart”. By saying ‘each other’ Jason Meyer …

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Let him who is without sin cast the first stone. And how Highpoint Church Memphis twisted it to defend Andy Savage.

When Jesus said “Let him who is without sin cast the first stone” he was speaking to a bunch of hypocritical men who were quite happy to mistreat a woman for their own agenda. Their agenda was to discredit Jesus…they saw the woman as disposable. They were using the woman just so they could induce …

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R.C. Sproul Changed His View on Abuse as Grounds for Divorce – but to our knowledge he never publicly announced that change

If R.C. Sproul had truly cared about victims of domestic abuse he would have announced his change of mind on divorce for abuse a long time ago. As most of you are aware by now, R.C. Sproul of Ligonier Ministries died December 14th, 2017. I (Jeff) personally benefited greatly from his teaching ministry. It was …

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Well-crafted damage control or Repentance?

A great quote from our GEMS page:   Well-crafted damage control is not repentance. It takes discernment to know the difference. by Garris Elkins   **** Comments are not enabled on this post.

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Paige Patterson has never renounced or apologized for his disgusting advice to abused women

Listen to Paige Patterson discuss the proper way to deal with domestic abuse. This five minute audio clip is from a conference in 2000 where Paige Patterson explained the counsel he gives to battered women. Patterson is a real big shot in the Southern Baptist Convention. Over the years, this terrible advice by Patterson has …

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