I wouldn't tell a Sydney Anglican ... especially the boys at Matthias Media's, 'The Briefing'...about this abuse ...because they'd make me feel WORSE!
Actually Bill... In my mind, Phillip's article called 'Love and Subjugation', and Craig's comment were good examples When Ministry Becomes a Mistress
Missy...I wouldn't tell them complementarian women about the abuse... cause they breed daughters who aspire to be submissive to men... within the home, the church and the work force... and even if their daughters remain single... and then they marry them off to men, regardless of the males' sexual orientation... and all that's required is that the men claim to be post-gay.
Well Calam ...the men are not much better...there's Lionel Windsor, who had no idea that in the real world where parishoners live, that submission is associated with oppression and bondage... and David Ould who says that Christians who express concerns about young women vowing to submit, and the possiblility of abuse associated with submission, don't really like the Bible...and then you've got Peter Jensen, who says men can't be real men unless inequality exists between the sexes...and Archie Poulos, who sees the marginalised as professionals who don't like their jobs...and Phillip Jensen who imples that women only tell stories of abuse to heighten arguments against submission...and Craig Swartz who supports Phillip Jensen when a reader points out that Phillip Jensen's article prioritises complementarian philosophy, over the protection of victims of domestic violence.
And here's Tom Adam's point of view...over at The Briefing website...