Category Archives: Domestic Violence


In response to Christian Red Guards, BradA wrote: I agree with the principles you are posting on Dalrock, but Christianity Today has had a leftward tilt at least since I was in college in the 1980s. I am not sure … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Domestic Violence, Pastor Abedini | 65 Comments

Christian Red Guards

The piling on against Pastor Saeed Abedini continues, with an article published yesterday by Christian Today*:  Why did Naghmeh Abedini keep her spousal abuse a secret for years? Behavioural experts offer explanation Since her husband Pastor Saeed Abedini was first … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Today, Domestic Violence, Pastor Abedini | 123 Comments

Guilty if charged

As I noted in my last post, for a husband to be acused of abuse, even with far fetched charges, is to be considered guilty of those charges.  The Christian media’s reaction to Pastor Abedini’s wife accusing him of (among … Continue reading

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The temptation for wives to claim abuse.

In our age claiming abuse is a powerful tool for wives to punish their husbands.  This creates a profound temptation for wives to betray their husbands for any or no reason.  Everything is abuse, and for a husband to be … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity Today, Domestic Violence, Dr. Paul Hegstrom, Duluth Model, Focus on the Family, Pastor Abedini, Rebellion, Wake-up call | 411 Comments

God’s secret plan for every married man’s life.

Magnus asks I wonder what Dr. Hegstrom and the Davissons would say to a genuinely abused man: A man who has been denied sex for years, has been emotionally manipulated and threatened with divorce and financial ruin, and has had … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Domestic Violence, Dr. David Clarke, Dr. Paul Hegstrom, Focus on the Family, Joel and Kathy Davisson, Marriage, Rebellion, Servant Leader, Wife worship, You can't make this stuff up | 362 Comments