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Once pastors began receiving training, and announced their participation in domestic violence educational programs, they immediately began receiving visits from women church members who had been subject to violence.
The first Theological Education and Domestic Violence Conference, sponsored by the Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence, was held in 1985 to identify topics that should be covered in seminaries.
The American religious news-magazine Christianity Today has published articles lamenting U. churches for possibly making domestic abuse worse "not in incidence, but in response" due to inadequate understandings. Bradford Wilcox wrote for the publication, "Domestic violence is still present in church-going homes...
some local churches, clergy, and counselors fail to address abuse head-on for fear of breaking up a marriage." He also argued, "Others steer clear of addressing the topic from the pulpit or in adult education for fear of broaching an uncomfortable subject.
Although strong patriarchal tendencies have persisted in Christianity, the example of Christ carries the seeds of their displacement by a more symmetrical and respectful model of male–female relations." Bible verses are often used to justify domestic abuse, such as those that refer to male superiority and female submission.
Others counter that the use of violence is a misinterpreted view of the male role.
Realize that you’re not just forming a relationship; you’re creating a family.
When kids predate dating, the couple’s relationship inherently creates competing attachments.
So while patriarchy is not the sole explanation for violence against women, we would expect that male headship would be distorted by insecure, unhealthy men to justify their domination and abuse of women." Campbell's study in 1992 found no evidence of greater violence towards women in more patriarchal cultures.
Pearson's study in 1997 observed "Studies of male batterers have failed to confirm that these men are more conservative or sexist about marriage than nonviolent men".