Posts Tagged ‘guilt’
Many Christians teach that children must be punished for their misbehavior in order to learn. But what do they learn? Do they need to be punished in order to forgive themselves? Dara Stoltzfus looks at what the Bible teaches about forgiveness and punishment in How to Teach Forgiveness. For your sharing convenience:TwitterFacebookemailPrintTumblrDiggdel.icio.usStumbleUponAdd to favoritesRedditRead More
Series on First Time Obedience
Cindy of Under Much Grace has posted part 5 of her series about First Time Obedience: Revisiting First Time Obedience: Finding New Alternatives For your convenience I will paste here the links to the rest of the series along with her descriptions: ►First Time Obedience Introduction The Selfish Sin of Shyness A review of the…Read More
Spanking to Remove Guilt?
Back in October of 2010, Michael Pearl published an article where he claimed that he had never taught that spanking absolves a child of guilt. He does, however, teach in that same article that they need the spanking in order to absolve themselves of guilt. It is clear in all my writing that the forgiveness…Read More
Is Spanking Biblical? Part 3: Spanking Relieves Guilt?
Carissa continues her series with Is Spanking Biblical? Part 3: Spanking Relieves Guilt? Here is a quote: Now, doesn’t it seem pretty hypocritical of Christian parents to spank their children for their children’s sins, but then themselves be able to turn to a perfect Lamb when they sin? Why can’t we point our children to…Read More