The pastor of Calvary Baptist Church of Temecula says in a post called, Enduring Sound Doctrine: One writer who started out with some fairly sound material on raising children but has moved subtly away from sound doctrine is Michael Pearl.  I have recently removed all of his material from my personal library and from the…

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David Cloud of Fundamental Baptist Information Service has updated his Warning Against No Great Joy Ministries. While he agrees with a lot of what the Pearls teach, he has some serious reservations: 1 ) Exalting the family over the church. 2 ) Sinless Perfection 3 ) Michael Pearl’s duplicitous dealings with the author 4 )…

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At first glance, Mary Stephens of the Homemaker’s Corner looks like a typical Pearl follower.  She is strictly King James Only and believes strongly in submissive wives who are keepers at home.  However, she uses God’s Word as her light and the Pearls’ persuasive prattle did not fare well under the searching light of Scripture.…

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The homeschooling movement is taking notice of the Pearls. Secular Homeschooling is a rather large magazine and they have written an exposé of the Pearls and their teachings. She looks at all aspects of the Pearls and gives some advice on how to respond when offered the book at a homeschool gathering. To Train Up…

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Debra of Debra’s Random Musings has started a  series on The Pearls Adult Children.  She starts with Rekekah, the eldest. Debra of decided to write about Rebekah after someone posted Rebekah’s Form Letter to her site. Her response to that letter is here: I Got Rebekah’s Form Letter. Part 1 is here: Rebekah Pearl Part…

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