Monthly Archives: February 2013

Brad Sargent’s BGBC Defamation Lawsuit Archive

Brad Sargent, aka FuturistGuy, created an amazing archive of Beaverton Grace Bible Church’s failed defamation lawsuit against Julie Anne Smith. He spent over 300 hours studying and writing about the events as they unfolded in 2012-2013. He shows how to document, how to use critical thinking skills, and how to see the full picture of what is going on in church abuse cases. This archive will be a very important tool for both the church abuse community as well as those facing lawsuits intended to silence their right to speak out against abuse.

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@CalvaryAurora Says They Will Pray. Will They Also Speak Up?

Calvary Chapel in Aurora, Colorado has said publicly on Twitter that they are willing to take the first step of praying for justice and fairness when it comes to addressing child abuse. Will they take the next step?

WWJS Challenges Chuck O’Neal to a Public Debate

If Chuck O’Neal wants to take on rhetoricians who have decades of public speaking, academic debate, and social media experience, we are more than happy to oblige.

Chuck O’Neal Refuses to Acknowledge WWJS Origins

After losing a lawsuit against a former member of his congregation and losing his ministerial license, Chuck O’Neal continues his personal vendetta and hate campaign against Julie Anne Smith. This recently includes a complete and total fabrication about the #WhoWouldJesusSue social media blitz originating with Smith rather than — spoiler alert! — the actual WWJS website.

Spiritual Sounding Board gives a wonderful summary of the #WhoWouldJesusSue history, current results of the campaign, and what’s next with the Calvary Chapel lawsuit.

#WhoWouldJesusSue Makes Its Way to Google News

Thanks to everyone for their amazing efforts yesterday to bring awareness to the #WhoWouldJesusSue campaign on behalf of Alex Grenier and Tim Taylor. On account of your efforts, we now have an official Google news provider, God Discussion, covering our work.

@CalvaryChapel’s Twitter Feed is On Fire

Social media blitz is TWO HOURS STRONG! If you haven’t joined yet, there’s plenty of time! @CalvaryChapel’s Twitter feed is on fire..