SGM Executive Director Mark Prater, meanwhile, stood by the organization's 2013 statement, maintaining that the organization found no "evidence of any cover-up or conspiracy.""Sovereign Grace continues to deny all allegations of conspiracy and cover-up of abuse made against us in this civil suit," Prater stressed to The Christian Post.
"The pastors and churches in Sovereign Grace care deeply about protecting children from abuse and caring for the victims of abuse.
it doesn't have anything to do with the merits of the case at all," said Burke.
When I encountered other Christians, I thought that I was somehow better than they were. Then I looked at the families and parents of my friends — and they are really controlling too!
Some parents don’t let their grown adult daughters leave the house without permission.
Also, I don’t think it’s particularly relevant to this whether or not I’m an atheist (this isn’t me coming out as one); my writing and analysis on Christian culture issues fits the tone and themes of his site well. We’re talking about Meg Wolitzer’s new book (which isn’t out yet), so SPOILER ALERT.
I’m excited for my first post to go up there tomorrow, The Swan Children is accepting submissions for our July issue now!