Church Pastors Too Quick to Dismiss Mental Illness
In a study of Christian church members who approached their church for help with a personal or family member's diagnosed mental illness, researchers found that more than 32 percent were told by their pastor ...
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#1 Oct 15, 2008
This says Baylor studied members of a single church and reported the reaction of a single pastor. Is this correct, or is it a grammatically incorrect presentation, and more than one church was involved? Does anyone know?
If it was a single church, it has virtually no value except to suggest that the subject might warrant a wider look. If it's the second, the editor flopped.
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