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New website for my book Not Under Bondage

The new site for my book is notunderbondage.com It gives several purchase options for the book—you can pay in USD, GBP or AUD. The website also has reviews of the book by theologians, pastors, counselors, survivors of abuse and their supporters.  Most of the reviews are not on Amazon: they were published in theological journals …

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The tangled mess of mistaken notions about what the Bible teaches on divorce

The tangled mess of mistaken notions about the doctrine of divorce is truly a gigantic knot. It takes a lot of untying to get it correct. And most professing Christians, in my observation, are still carrying around at least one but probably several false notions about divorce doctrine. The false notions prop each other up …

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Instone-Brewer’s views on divorce compared to mine: Part 1, appreciations & agreements

I have been pretty silent on my view on Instone-Brewer’s work up till now, because compared to most other writers on divorce, he is excellent. So why am I now speaking up? Because one of our readers said — I am curious as to your views and differences with Instone-Brewer’s book. I felt a lot of his …

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Blog News: Gift Books offer

A supporter of victims of domestic abuse who follows this blog has kindly donated some money to help cash-strapped victims both of Ps Crippen’s books:  A Cry For Justice and Unholy Charade. Also, this is a good time to remind readers that if a victim cannot afford it, I’m happy to gift my book to her — Not …

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Gift books for cash-strapped victims of domestic abuse: Why Does He Do That, and Not Under Bondage

A supporter of victims of domestic abuse who follows this blog has kindly donated some money to help cash-strapped victims get Lundy Bancroft’s book Why Does He Do That? — Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men. Also, this is a good time to remind readers that if a victim cannot afford it, I’m happy to …

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True or False? “Jesus speaks of divorce being permissible, and his reason for such is that our hearts can be hard.”

Recently we had a commenter called Phillip who responded to a post Jeff wrote on forgiveness and the cross. We gather he is a pastor because his comment began: Jeff, thanks for your post, and all of your responses to those that have commented. I’ll be preaching on loving our brothers this Sunday, from John 13. …

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