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Tag Archives: R.C. Sproul

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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My favorite R.C. Sproul quote — a reblog from Tried With Fire

While we remain adamant that R. C. Sproul was negligent in not informing the public that he had changed his mind on divorce for abuse (see here) we nevertheless still recommend the parts of his teaching which were sound theology and good doctrine. We know that many of our readers are either unaware or have …

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When a Church Becomes a Man’s World… — a reblog by Ps Crippen

I commend to you our sister Phoebe, a servant of the church at Cenchreae, that you may welcome her in the Lord in a way worthy of the saints, and help her in whatever she may need from you, for she has been a patron of many and of myself as well. Greet Prisca and …

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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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John MacArthur and R.C. Sproul: A Good Word

As many of you know, we have written articles on this blog site addressing the fact that both R.C. Sproul and John MacArthur do not admit abuse as a biblical reason for divorce.  We strongly disagree with them and others on this point (John Piper, Wayne Grudem, Voddie Baucham, and others).  We conclude that in …

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Keeping the Spotlight on Prominent Teachers Who Forbid Divorce for Abuse

We have posted R.C. Sproul’s no-divorce-for-abuse position before, but I want to keep the prominent teachers, writers, pastors, theologians who are doing this right up here at the top of the blog.  What little heat we can put on them through exposure needs to be applied and I wish I could turn up the temperature …

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