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The Stain That Stays: The Church's Response to the Sexual Misconduct of its Leaders
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The Stain That Stays: The Church's Response to the Sexual Misconduct of its Leaders

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Christian Focus 2000

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Overview

Around the world sexual misconduct is knocking ministers from their ministry. As the numbers grow it is crucial to know what should happen to them for their good and for the good of the Church. Should they return, repentant, to their pulpits within weeks or months—or should they return at all?

John Armstrong has seen a lot in a pastoral ministry that has spanned over twenty years. When it comes to the issues of sexual impropriety John’s anecdotal experiences coupled with scriptural exegesis, examples in Church history and careful reasoning helps to shed light on an issue that is responded to with such varied and strong opinions.

Praise for the Print Edition

As the epidemic of moral failure among church leaders shows signs of worsening, the church must carefully re-examine some hard questions in the clear light of scripture. John Armstrong has done this, and here he offers a thoughtful, biblical response—surely the finest book to date on this difficult subject.

Dr. John MacArthur

Product Details

  • Title: The Stain That Stays: The Church's Response to the Sexual Misconduct of its Leaders
  • Author: John H. Armstrong
  • Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 208

About John H. Armstrong

John H. Armstrong president of Reformation & Revival Ministries since 1991, serves the Church in a variety of ways— among them speaking at conferences, pastoral care, and writing teaching resources and books. He was a pastor for twenty-one years, the last sixteen at Trinity Baptist Church, Wheaton, Illinois. John and his wife, Anita, have two adult children and one grandchild. He lives in Carol Stream, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.