UPDATE: You can read real text here.
The Presiding Ministers of the CREC issued a second report called Presiding Ministers’ Report on the Wight Abuse Case, which they delivered to Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, Idaho. This is the source file. And just like the Mother Kirk, TRC generated a pdf from images and hosted it on a third-party site to prevent readers from downloading, printing, searching, or cutting & pasting the document.
We’ll convertWe converted it to legible text.
The Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches is a mirror image of Douglas Wilson. Continue reading
The CREC exists to cover up and/or vindicate Doug Wilson’s unethical activities. Continue reading
The important point is that Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho, published the report, contra the CREC’s announcement. And someone at Christ Church really doesn’t want you to read it. Continue reading
This is a fully digitized transcript of the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches Presiding Ministers’ Report on the Sitler and Wight Sex Abuse Cases. You can read the text easily; cut and paste the text; and search the text (for . . . Continue reading
Rape is a criminal act for which the rapist alone is responsible. This is well settled law.
— Boz Tchividjian (@BozT) July 5, 2017
“Greenfield is now happily married and has four children. She speaks out regularly about child sexual abuse. She also sings her heart out as a blues soloist in various venues, including some of my Unitarian choir performances.” Continue reading
I was abused by a Christian man and shunned by a Christian church. They used their faith to justify the abuse. The church has work to do.
— Natalie Greenfield (@NatalieGfield) March 6, 2017
“Sex with a woman who is not consenting is rape whether it happens on a date or the guy hides in the woods (I would say that sex with a woman who is not your wife is a kind of rape as well, but that’s another issue). In both cases it is violent and in both cases it is a sexual act. We can talk about both of these aspects, but we must never separate them.”
— Aimee Byrd (@aimeebyrdhwt) February 24, 2017
The unbelievable blog post in which Doug Wilson believes sex abuse survivors to be liars and shames them. https://t.co/C9wpFSVTL3
— Julie Anne (@DefendTheSheep) February 23, 2017
Three quick points. First, the posting of this is encouraging and enabling a gross violation of the scriptural duty of keeping your promises and vows. If that scriptural point is not compelling enough, it is also a violation of the Westminster Larger Catechism. This is not just wrong; it is grotesque.