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To the right please find links to many of the false teachings of the IFB.
I encourage you to speak your defense and your experiences of the IFB as well as your support of the information on this site.
When discussing this with a good friend of mine he told me not to throw the baby out with the bath water, implying that I should just filter out the bad stuff that I see/experience and keep the good stuff.
When it comes to church, however, I find it unacceptable that there should be such “bad stuff”.
Like others who have similar sites, the reason for concentrating on the Independent Fundamental Baptist Denomination is simply due to personal experience. Some are a little different and may be less strict or have different stances on scripture, but for the most part they are all very similar.
I can really only speak from my experiences so that is why this site is singling out the IFB.
Only God has the power to judge a person’s heart and save him/her.
It is wrong and dangerous to ignore/dismiss abuse on the grounds that good is also happening.
So for example a child who was abused by his father who used a belt to beat him, will forever equate his father and that belt with abuse. When a particular church or organization abuse a person and they use the Bible to perform the abuse, you can deduce what will happen.
The one thing that a person needs to heal from an abusive situation, the Bible, is the very thing that person can’t turn to because it was the object of the abuse.
The focus of this site, therefore, is the issue of spiritual abuse and deception in the IFB churches.
This site also has a secondary emphasis on other Christian churches, but will mostly focus on the IFB Denomination.
I have spoken with many Atheists who explain to me reasons behind their decision to become an Atheists and they are very similar to the experiences I had growing up in my IFB church.