Kirkby Christian Fellowship
Date: June 23, 2007 10:39PM
It is not enough to say that "good happened as well". I don't doubt it has, but it has no bearing on the need to be vocal in exposing KCF's abuse, which is what this thread is all about.
In every abusive situation, whether it's sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse or spiritual abuse, there's always good you can find as well. But if, say, a father has sexually abused his children, does the fact he sometimes did good things for them negate the atrocious fact that he abused them?
Spiritual abuse can be as far-reaching in its damaging effects as any other kind of abuse. The "good happened as well" defence wouldn't wash in the case of rape or bullying or physical abuse; it is no defence in the case of spiritual abuse, either.