Disturbing Trends, Domestic Violence and Churches, Failure to Report Crimes, Leaving the Church, No-Talk Rule, Russell Moore, Sexual Abuse/Assault and Churches

Questionning the Morality and Ethics of Samuel James and His Recent Article

 ***  Samuel James, ERLC, watchdog blogs, abuse, and the church *** Merriam-Webster defines the following: Morality beliefs about what is right behavior and what is wrong behavior the degree to which something is right and good : the moral goodness or badness of something Ethics rules of behavior based on ideas about what is morally good… Continue reading Questionning the Morality and Ethics of Samuel James and His Recent Article

Christian Marriage, John MacArthur, Marriage, Mental Health and the Church

Russell Moore and John MacArthur Offer Diverse Responses on Challenging Issues

***Two Influential Christian leaders offer diverse responses regarding (1) professional counseling and (2) response to [adult] children with same-sex issues or identity.  Christiandom tends to follow church leaders when it comes to difficult life issues. Earlier, when reading an article at Religion News Service (RNS) by Adelle M. Banks, Russell Moore answers all you wanted to know about sex (but… Continue reading Russell Moore and John MacArthur Offer Diverse Responses on Challenging Issues

Christian Marriage, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Marriage, Marriages Damaged-Destroyed by Sp. Ab., Russell Moore, Women and the Church

The Children of Divorce and Abuse in Marriage

Divorce:  Do children bear the sins of their parents' divorce? Is it better to remain married even with abuse? What is the church teaching us about divorce and abuse by their silence on the subject?   Russell Moore is President of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission. "In this role, he leads the organization in all its… Continue reading The Children of Divorce and Abuse in Marriage