posted on May, 19 2013 @ 11:20 AM
Wait a minute. You watch Pat Robertson? The TV preacher? There is your first problem. He is a show performer who prays in public specifically so
he can be heard by other people. If it's weird advice, change the channel. Unplug the TV. He doesn't know you're doing it, you won't hurt his
As social workers, preachers have packaged responses to life's problems, from a cookbook that has been reduced to simple sentences, so they can add a
little of this, a verse of that, a pinch of this, and voila, you have doctrine. With high regard to Christendom, even an atheist can come up with the
same responses a TV preacher would.
Well, men are puny mortals, and as puny mortals, there are cheaters in relationships. Did you notice it's not a man asking what to do with his
cheating wife? And honestly, who says that complaint about a cheater was authentic? And you ever notice the trend of a woman who tries to fix her
ruined relationships with more religion, being twice as religious for an irreligious husband? If she were the husband of the house, wouldn't she
grab some scripture that says to put away the spouse in a writ of divorcement?
Because it's family TV, Robertson can't suggest to get a chastity device for the husband, or opening an institution of oaths in court to not cheat,
and the penalty is cheater's jail. That would be wild. How fancy does a house have to be to keep a man from cheating? And wouldn't that be the
worst emotional blackmail tactic a man could pull on his wife, to make her make a house he can't refuse or else he's going to cheat? If he goes,
let him go, and change the locks, for he never actually loved you for you, but your house.