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  • Frank Viola

    Glad you feel the post is excellent. The post doesn’t address countless things because it’s a blog post, not a book. For what to do if someone is in sin (abuse is a type of sin), see this post as it’s covered there: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/frankviola/correction/

    Jon Zens also covers it in his excellent post on gossip & slander: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/frankviola/themostignoredsin/

    Thanks for reading.

  • J.

    The premise of this article is excellent. It does not address however abuse. Abusers, particularly those who do not physically abuse, often benifit from people thinking they have some justified perspective.