How Should The Church Deal With Domestic Violence
Facing A Harsh Reality
In his book,Domestic Violence: What Every Pastor Needs To Know
, Reverend Al Miles challenges the church to honestly appraise the situation of domestic abuse. The book reads, “Abuse, whether physical, sexual, verbal, or emotional, cannot possibly depict God’s attitudes or actions.” It makes sense that clergy would tread lightly as not to put the church under scrutiny for invading families or worse causing divorce. Whether the church decides to confront the issue or not, it’s there and will continue to be both a social and theological matter. Here are some tips from Rev. Miles on how Christians should respond.
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