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What is the purpose of marriage? Is it to display Christ’s love for the church?

The Bible says the purpose of marriage is: the mutual help of husband and wife (Gen 2:18) the preventing of uncleanness (1 Cor 7:2,9) the increase of mankind with a legitimate issue (Gen 1:28) (as is summarized in the Baptist Confession of Faith 1689, chapter 25, paragraph 2) Some have extended the third point by …

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Billy Graham, John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul are some of the “Untouchables” in the visible church

  One reason why the visible church is such an abuser-friendly environment is that the visible church has many people in it who are not born again. People who have not been saved. People who do not know Jesus. Some of those people who are not born again think they are Christians and are doing their …

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14. Weird jokes, love of money, self-marketing — red flags that Chris Moles is a charlatan.

Have you acted the buffoon at one time or another? I have. But how many domestic abuse professionals act the buffoon at batterer intervention conferences? … let alone be such drongos as to put those moments up on Twitter? Chris Moles often “cracks jokes” against himself. But there’s something deeply unsettling about his so-called jokes. And he …

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13. Do Abusers Change? — Chris Moles answers that question with a mixture of truth and foolishness.

Chris Moles is well aware that most abusive men do not apply themselves to the hard work of reforming their characters. He claims that he’s seen a few abusers reform. I personally think Chris is spiritually blind and isn’t able to discern reformation from the ‘smoke and mirrors’ of pseudo-reformation. When reading Chris’s book, you …

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Eternal Submission of the Son (ESS) Digest

Classic trinitarian theology says that the Father is unbegotten, the Son is begotten of the Father, and the Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son. But there are some influential people in the visible church who maintain that there is no Holy Trinity without the order of authority and submission. These people believe that in …

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4. Chris Moles heard the women’s stories. What has he done with them?

I believe Chris Moles walks the fence and curries popularity by not sternly admonishing church leaders for how they often mishandle domestic abuse. In his book, Chris Moles recounts how he was invited to speak to a group of Christian women who had questions that their women’s advocate was not equipped to answer:   This …

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