“Three Free Sins: God’s Not Mad At You” — we’re asking for feedback on this book
Please, may I have help? I don’t know where else to post this, but it is on behalf of another abused wife who is afraid to come here and voice the query herself.
Yesterday she discovered that someone within her husband’s circle; a friend, a family member, someone from church — she doesn’t know — gave her husband Steve Brown’s book, “Three Free Sins; God’s Not Mad At You.” We are not familiar with the book’s content nor context beyond what we could read of it on Amazon, and she is disheartened to think that her husband will, yet again, have more fodder for his perspective that his distinct and wholly disfunctional behavior towards her is not abuse, and that he is “fine.”
Do you Barbara and or Jeff have any insight into this book of Steve Brown’s, and whether her fears of it further damaging her in the hands of her husband are founded? Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
This question was posted in yesterday’s thread by one of our readers (ceekayellemm) and I’ve decided to make it a stand-alone post today, since Tues (US time) is a usually a ‘post free day’ so we had a spot available.
It’s a great question, ceekayellemm! And good for you for helping your friend this way 🙂
I (Barb) have not read Steve Brown’s book, “Three Free Sins; God’s Not Mad At You,” and the only feedback I’ve heard about it is pretty much what you and your friend think: that the Title in itself is enabling to abusers, and therefore the whole book is sus.
Maybe some of our readers have feedback for you and your friend.