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Author Topic: Identifying Toxic Churches and Leaders  (Read 17356 times)
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« Reply #40 on: April 18, 2018, 06:35:27 pm »

Thanks for sharing more of your story. I'm truly glad you have found healing.

To clarify one point I could have written clearer, I am not referring to intellectual or theological pain. More like intellectual and theological brokenness, so to speak. It would probably be better if I had said intellectual and theological "restoration." Or reconciliation. It is all part of the process of God reconciling is to him, in my opinion. All part of ultimate healing. That ultimate healing is much deeper than emotions, and involves many parts of us other than feelings.

Hopefully that makes more sense. I'm finding this to be a difficult concept to explain.
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