A Cry For Justice

Awakening the Evangelical Church to Domestic Violence and Abuse in its Midst

Can someone be an abuser and be a Christian?

Why an abuser cannot be a Christian — a digest of articles at A Cry For Justice

What is a Christian (And Why this Question is Vital in Exposing Abuse)

More Thoughts on Why an Abuser Cannot be a Christian

Why an Abuser Cannot be a Christian: The Argument Re-stated

The Abuser’s Claim to be a Christian Examined in Light of Prayer

The “Christian” abuser: couldn’t he be a “carnal” Christian? Part 1

The “Christian” Abuser — Couldn’t He be a “Carnal” Christian? Part 2

The “Christian” Abuser: Couldn’t He be a “Carnal” Christian? Part 3

The “Christian” Abuser: Couldn’t He be a “Carnal” Christian? Part 4

Are Abusers Christians? Faith and Repentance are Inseparable — taken from Brian Schwertley

We have compromised the gospel and filled pews with unregenerate people

Why Kind, Gentle, Nice Christians, Aren’t

The Old Man Fallacy as an Excuse for Abuse in Independent Fundamental Baptist Theology

Avoid being deceived by the abuser, put him out of the flock (advice for pastors Part 3, by Ps Jeff Crippen)

Wise as Serpents: Grace is Not for Everyone (Part 21 of sermon series)

Truth and lies, light and darkness, cannot co-exist

A fundamental misdiagnosis of the abuser’s problem? — an example from Dallas Theological Seminary

If the abuser shows signs of repentance, what should pastors do? And what if there is no repentance?

Avoid being deceived by the abuser, put him out of the flock (advice for pastors Part 3, by Ps Jeff Crippen)

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