Gaslighting sex abuse victims to own the feminists isn't apologetics, fyi.

Isn't there somebody better to articulate your ideas than Doug Wilson? Anybody?

Agreed.

RT @drantbradley@twitter.com

America, please get cops and “School Resource Officers” out of our schools ASAP. We are criminalizing adolescence. twitter.com/leftofblack/status

🐦🔗: twitter.com/drantbradley/statu

Thread.

RT @clbolt@twitter.com

A lot of the objections to the potential changes coming to the SBC echo concerns church members raise about church discipline. So, some of those concerns are unfounded, and some are very serious.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/clbolt/status/1098

The power/oppression dynamic of critical theory sure seems to disappear pretty often when it comes to preborn persons.

RT @clbolt@twitter.com

The Wilson post was no good y'all. He mouths off about biblical cross examination while opposing application in the case of Mahaney and SGM because of his personal disdain for an individual who has nothing to do with the matter, meanwhile insulting people who do more than blog.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/clbolt/status/1097

Not really a fan of Wilson's take. But that's often true.

Well, at least they did something when it was utterly, unequivocally obvious that nothing else would do.

Again, for - you really shouldn't follow me.

I'l be sure to cause you heartburn at some point.

RT @DustinBenge@twitter.com

Charles H. Spurgeon on how a husband should love his wife:

1. With a constant love.
“He does not vary in his affection.”

2. With an enduring love.
“It is not mere lip service.”

3. With a delighted love.
“He prizes her.”

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DustinBenge/status

Incidentally, the official Marvel name for Thanos' snap perpetuates bad language - "The Decimation."

It wasn't ten percent, people. You disgust me - and that would be terrible for discipline, killing 50%, not 10%.

RT @bkben3@twitter.com

In times of greatest trial and sorrow the doctrines of divine immutability, simplicity, and impassibility are more than simply theological abstractions.

They are a great comfort. twitter.com/NPWhite717/status/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/bkben3/status/1096

It's clear that the churches' failure to discipline members who commit such offenses compounds those offenses, makes the members of those churches complicit in those offenses - and makes the repetition of those offenses elsewhere nearly inevitable.

Similarly, we bemoan the sins that even the Gentiles won't countenance - we have pride in our teachers, for their eloquence and sophistication inherent in their denouncements - but in reality, we're glorying in that shame by not disciplining the offenders.

Do Church discipline.

I just taught out of 1Co 5 this evening.

Paul held the Corinthian church accountable for sexual immorality in their midst. Not accountable for that sexual sin - but for *not disciplining the offender*.

Ascol's article this morning was precisely correct.

founders.org/2019/02/13/southe

Now featuring in Bizarro world:

RT @HansFiene@twitter.com

"Women don't have to have a womb to be real women but we need to give women who don't have wombs wombs so they can be real women."

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6

🐦🔗: twitter.com/HansFiene/status/1

Both barrels.

These are Baptist distinctives too. Tom is exactly right here. A functional membership and Church discipline would go a long way toward curbing abuse - and promoting the cooperation between churches that we're seeking.

RT @tomascol@twitter.com

Here is my latest article @FoundersMin@twitter.com. The sexual abuse scandal in SBC churches is not their greatest problem.
founders.org/2019/02/13/southe

🐦🔗: twitter.com/tomascol/status/10

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