Stacie Tchividjian Attempting to Turn Repeated Sexual Sin Into a Virtue of Sorts
Dee of The Wartburg Watch blog, tweeted this recently
Stacie Tchividjian is letting it all hang out. She’s putting it all on the table, maybe hoping to put it behind her so they can start collecting speaking fees again. But she doesn’t say everything….
Stacie Tchividjian wrote this blog post:
The sub-heading of her blog is “Sinner and Saint.” Mmm-hmm.
Here are a few excerpts from that blog post by Stacie:
There was a crushing stage in the eleventh year of that marriage when I was the women caught in adultery. Yes, I cheated on my first spouse. My selfish choices devoured my superficial attempt to never break the 7th Commandment. That marriage ended in divorce.
…After my second divorce, I had over four years of recovery before meeting my third (and final!) husband, Tullian.
…For example, I could have not cheated on my first husband. I could have postponed the development of my romantic relationship with Tullian until after his divorce was final
[She ends her post by saying,]
He knew we would all be Gomers, so God made one acceptable for us all: Jesus.
— end —
As you may recall, her “final”(?) spouse, Tullian, was engaging in Clergy Sex Abuse and/or adultery, as described at the Spiritual Sounding Board blog (see this link) and as covered (Link): here on this blog.
Um, no, lady, concerning marital infidelity or fornication, I am not a “Gomer.”
I may have sins in other areas of my life, but I remain a virgin past the age of 45 because I was committed to staying sexually pure until marriage, but I never met a “Mr. Right,” hence, I am still abstaining.
Unlike you and Tullian, I did not run about hopping into many other people’s beds.
So please kindly get out of here with that Tim Challies- inspired, sin- diminishing, sin- excusing rationale of “We are all Fornicators Now, but that’s OK, because Jesus died for us all.”
Stacie’s post reminds me of this older one I made a few years ago on this blog:
I do not need any more fornicators or adulterers trying to brush their sexual sins off as being some sort of inspiring tale that teaches a lesson about God’s grace.
I’m in my 40s, going into my 50s, and still a virgin. I have walked the walk.
So please, get off my lawn, you inspid 40- and 50- something kids, with your attempt to make your sexual sin into some kind of great virtue we should all feel inspired by, especially if you’re a “celebrity Christian,” who peddles Jesus for fame and profit. It’s not a virtue.