Divorce Corp, a new movie and book (and remember William Tyndale)
One of our readers, Sarah, sent in this comment:
I am very interested in the new movie coming out [Jan 10th] exposing the unfairness of divorce court and putting a spot light on domestic abuse being perpetuated by it. I think 2014 will be a start of extreme momentum for Cry for Justice. Thank you Lord! Divorce Corp
Sarah submitted the comment on our New Users Info page but we are choosing to put it in a stand-alone post just to inform our readers. Here is what Jeff and I have to say about Divorce Corp at present. We may be able to give more of an opinion when the movie and book are released. Jeff: We will have to watch it closely however because this Divorce Corp group could turn out to be a tool of abusers to persuade people that the family court system is unjust to them — ‘them’ meaning the abusers who of course refuse to admit they are abusers and who put out the myth that they are just poor mistreated folk we ought to feel sorry for. In fact there are indications (see our fb post) that it likely is. But yep, 2014 is going to be an eventful year for ACFJ and all of us. We shall see what the Lord has in store! Me (Barb): We will have to be cautious about this Divorce Corp group just as we have to be cautious about any organization that claims to be shedding light on what is happening in family law courts or churches. Scrutinize them with wise-as-serpents eyes. If an organization is really doing what it claims to be doing, we will praise God and work with them. But if it is covertly working for the abusers, deliberately or ignorantly, then we call them on it. I recommend everyone watch the movie or read the account of how William Tyndale was captured by the Roman Catholics. Tyndale was living undercover in Europe because he knew that Rome wanted to stop him translating the Bible into English. Rome employed a dishonest, crafty, slippery man to inveigle his way into Tyndale’s inner circle by pretending to be a strong supporter of Protestantism and Bible translation. His phoney Christian facade was good and he subtly flattered Tyndale, and helped him out with money. He won Tyndale’s trust then betrayed him to the Catholics who arranged for their henchmen to grab and imprison him. Tyndale was burnt at the stake. But that did not stop the Bible being fully translated into English by Tyndale’s successors. YouTube trailer of the movie God’s Outlaw: God’s Outlaw: The Story Of William Tyndale (1986) I have also checked out the website of Divorce Corp and here are my observations so far:
- All the people on their About Us page are male.
- Looking at the list of videos on Divorce Corp’s YouTube channel there is not one title about domestic abuse. But there is an video about False Child Abuse Claims.
- Presumably they required money or good financial backing to have made a movie and book of this nature. This suggests they are not victims of domestic abuse because domestic abuse victims are often financially struggling and have diminished ability to raise capital due to the conduct of their abusive spouse or ex-spouse.
Here is a link that one of our FB readers sent (via Safe Kids International) — BoycottDivorceCorp.com. I have not the knowledge to verify all that is said on the Boycott Divorce Corp site, so my mentioning it here is not necessarily an endorsement of them and what they claim (or a caution about them), it’s just information for our readers about what some people are thinking about Divorce Corp.