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Domestic violence is too serious an issue to be used by bigots bashing Christianity

10 December 2019

5:30 PM

10 December 2019

5:30 PM

In an article in The Conversation yesterday, Vicki Lowik (a PhD candidate at Central Queensland University) and Annabel Taylor (an associate professor CQU) made the fantastical claim that ‘conservative Christian churches both enable and conceal domestic violence. In other words, the authors contend that the church is not just failing to sufficiently address domestic violence, it is both enabling and concealing it.   

No details of surveys are given in order to substantiate such a claim.

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