Talking About Sexual Abuse In The Church

Talking About Sexual Abuse In The Church. (Season 3 Episode 23)

This week on the Straight Truth Podcast, the best Christian podcast on the web, we are talking about sexual abuse in the Church.

The Me Too movement has brought about a much greater awareness of sexual abuse, not only throughout our culture, but also within the context of the church. Is sexual abuse something the church should be concerned about? If so, what constitutes a godly, appropriate response to a situation in which someone has been abused?

In this episode of the Straight Truth Podcast, Dr. Richard Caldwell and special guest Dr. Nicolas Ellen discuss the importance of taking sexual abuse seriously, especially within the church. A proper response would include nothing less than both legal action and church discipline, regardless of who is involved. 

What about preventative measures? For example, how can parents educate their children about the dangers of sexual abuse? These questions and more are addressed in this episode of the Straight Truth Podcast, as Dr. Richard Caldwell and Dr. Nicolas Ellen take us to God’s Word. 

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Related Messages

If you are interested in learning more about God’s design for the sexual relationship, you can listen to these sermons by Pastor Richard Caldwell:

https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=611121455105

https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=15141017434

https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=2103232226

About The Straight Truth Podcast

The Straight Truth Podcast: Christian Opinions in an Increasingly Secular World. Join Dr. Richard Caldwell, Dr. Josh Philpot, and their guests as they discuss news events, current affairs, and cultural issues from a Biblical point of view. Find the truth at www.straighttruth.net

The Straight Truth Podcast is a weekly opinion show hosted by Dr. Richard Caldwell and Dr. Josh Philpot. Straight Truth is available as an audio podcast on iTunes or as a video podcast through YouTube or Vimeo.  The duration of the podcast is approximately 10 minutes. We release new episodes every Thursday.

The topics discussed in the Straight Truth Podcast are current events, matters that challenge traditional Christian values, and questions submitted by audience members. Dr. Caldwell, Dr. Philpot, and their guests seek to answer these questions with Biblical truths and from a Christian conservative point of view. The Holy Bible is the inspired, infallible, and inerrant Word of God; it alone is and will be the basis and authority of
answering any and all questions.

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Season 3 Credits

Produced by
Juan Carlos Claveria

Executive Producers
Joshua Philpot
David Anders

Hosted by
Joshua Philpot

Social Media Descriptions by
Reagan Powell

Grip / Camera Operator 1
Joshua Want

Makeup Artist
Samantha Claveria

Graphic Design
David Navejas

Spanish Translation
Gerardo Ortiz

DP / Editing / Color
Juan Carlos Claveria

Special Thanks to
El Centro Network

Music by
LynneMusic

Motion Graphics
Szymon Masiak

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