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Daily Archives: June 11th, 2012

Domestic Abuse, Asperger’s and Autism – is there a connection?

If you are married to an abuser who has a diagnosis of autism/Asperger’s syndrome, you will face additional complications and dilemmas to those faced by other (“ordinary”) victims. “Little Miss Me”, one of our readers, commented  about this in Jeff’s recent post The Confusion of Abuse – More Thoughts on the Fog. Here is what …

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Pastor Creflo Dollar and Abuse: The Blindness of Idolizing Man

The following comes from a news article (link below) taken from Fox News today.  As you read, carefully consider in particular the statement that I have bold-faced, and then let’s think seriously about what happens when people turn a church leader into an idol: COLLEGE PARK, Ga. – Megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar has taken to …

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Sexual abuse in marriage – what should a Christian wife do?

Paul warns believers to flee sexual immorality. As believers, our bodies are parts of Christ, and we know that God values our bodies highly because he will raise our bodies from the dead, just as he raised Christ. 1 Cor. 6:13-20 (New Living Translation) You can’t say that our bodies were made for sexual immorality. …

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What are the guys supposed to do?

I just came across this post What are the Guys Supposed to Do? written by a blogger called Jonathan. He describes himself as “a proud recovering Southern Baptist” (! LOL)   He writes: Men, listen, we’ve had the upper hand. The church knows our story inside and out. I suspect most of us who have …

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