You know how some things are just so bizarre you tend to want to forget them? Well, I had forgotten this quote by Michael Pearl until I read it in Rebecca’s blog archives this morning. Now seems like a good time to post it.
According to Michael Pearl:
“But if your husband has sexually molested the children, you should approach him with it. If he is truly repentant (not just exposed) and is willing to seek counseling, you may feel comfortable giving him an opportunity to prove himself, as long as you know the children are safe. If there is any thought that they are not safe, or if he is not repentant and willing to seek help, then go to the law and have him arrested. Stick by him, but testify against him in court. Have him do about 10 to 20 years, and by the time he gets out, you will have raised the kids, and you can be waiting for him with open arms of forgiveness and restitution. Will this glorify God? Forever. You ask, “What if he doesn’t repent even then?” Then you will be rewarded in heaven equal to the martyrs, and God will have something to rub in the Devil’s face. God hates divorce — always, forever, regardless, without exception.”
And if this isn’t weird enough, check out the direction our culture is going on the topic of pedophilia! I know some people may dismiss this but let me tell you I well remember being a college freshman 40 year ago and sitting in an Abnormal Psychology class where homosexuality was still considered to be abhorrent behavior by the American Psychiatric Association. A year later they pronounced it to be normal; now look at what unregenerate man proclaims as such. Oh how our world desperately needs the Gospel of Jesus Christ!