I am ‘As a Gentile & Tax Collector’ AKA – I Was Ex-Communicated Today

How many people get to say that in their lifetime?

Also I totally told you guys this was going to happen.

This is what was read, out loud and openly to the congregation of my former church today. I’m just so grateful to God that Leif has decided not to attend there anymore or subject our children to this terribleness.

Where is the love, people?

Bold emphasis mine [brackets mine too].Italicized theirs.


Beloved in the Lord Jesus Christ:

On September 1, 2013 Elder [name redacted] read during the divine service an announcement that the Consistory decided to proceed to the first step of public discipline with a member of [name redacted].

According to Article 55 of our Church Order the Consistory needs to ask the advice of Classis before proceeding to the second step of discipline. The Consistory asked for that advice of Classis at its meeting on September 17-18, 2013 by presenting the circumstances and the care given to this individual without the name of the individual being mentioned. During the course of the discussion it was mentioned that a few months ago this member stated via e-mail to the Clerk of Consistory that she wanted to resign from being a member of [name redacted]. At that time this request was denied because the Consistory didn’t see that option in our Church Order nor do the By Laws of [name redacted] allow for such a termination of membership. After much discussion Classis gave our Consistory this advice:

“…classis advise the consistory of [name redacted] to consider acquiescing to the request for resignation from Mrs. X and thereby recognize her as standing outside the communion of the saints and consider her as one excommunicated from Christ’s church.”

The Consistory voted to accept that advice and to act according to it. Towards that end we have called this special meeting of the [name redacted] membership.

Up to this point the Consistory has proceeded according to Matthew 18 and our Church Order and we have not made known to the congregation the individual that we have placed under discipline. Because this individual has requested to resign from the church of Christ [Side note: WTF? I am still a member of Christ’s church — just not this particular congregation. I have never asked to be removed from my savior, whom I rely upon daily. Gah.] the Consistory considers that excommunication and we are treating it as such. Normally there are two other public steps of discipline including the announcement of the sinner’s name prior to the announcement of excommunication, but given the circumstances and the request of this member, Classis advised us to proceed to this final step.

At this time, then, it is appropriate that we announce to you again the sin of the individual as well as her name. We do this with heavy hearts and with the prayer that the Lord will give her saving faith and once again bring her into the communion of the saints. The Consistory of [name redacted] has used the Keys of the Kingdom in the exercise of Christian discipline towards Jennifer Erikson for the sin of filing for divorce without Biblical grounds and no attempt to reverse those actions.

Form for Excommunication:

As you know we have announced to you the great sin committed and the grievous offense given by our fellow-member, Jennifer Erikson, to the end that, by your Christian admonitions and prayers, she might come to her senses, turn to God, and escape from the snare of the devil, after being captured by him to do his will (2 Tim. 2:26).

[Another side note. Snare of the Devil. I’m sorry, but I just snorted. Y’all should’ve heard it. It was totally sexy. Snare. Of. The. Devil.]

But to our great sorrow no one has yet appeared before us who has caused us to understand that, by the frequent admonitions given her (in private, before witnesses, and in the presence of many)[False. Very, very false. I met with Leif and one elder the morning after I left him, and one elder, ALONE, soon after that. They both said I was a sinner-sinner-pumpkin-eater and I figured I was better off not heeding their advice to meet with My Pastor], she has come to any sorrow for her sin or has shown the least evidence of true repentance. Since, then, by her stubbornness she daily aggravates her transgression, which in itself is not small, and since we have made known to you the last time that in case she did not repent, after such patience shown her by the church [Patience? Y’all have ex-communicated me in less than six months. When has that happened before? I mean like maybe if I were convicted of a crime or something, but hot dang this was lightning quick — which I guess is your decision to make, but to then brag about your patience is making my eyes roll] we should be constrained further to grieve for her and to come to the extreme remedy, we are therefore at the present time compelled to proceed to her excommunication. We do this according to the command and charge given us in God’s holy Word. Our purpose is that she may be ashamed of her sins, that by this corrupt and as yet unrepentant member we may not put the whole body of the church in danger, and that God’s Name may not be blasphemed but reverenced.

Pronouncement of Excommunication

Therefore, we ministers and rulers of the church of God at this place, being assembled in the Name and authority of our Lord Jesus Christ, declare before you all that for the aforesaid reasons we have excommunicated and hereby excommunicate Jennifer Erikson from the Church of the Lord [Again, sorry, guys, you can’t ex-communicate me from God. Only from your church.]; that, so long as she persists obstinately and impenitently in her sins, she is excluded from the fellowship of Christ, and of the holy sacraments, and of all the spiritual blessings and benefits which God promises to and bestows upon His Church; and that she is to be accounted by you as a Gentile and a tax collector (Matt. 18:17), according to the command of Christ, who says of His ministers, whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven (Matt. 18:18).


Further we exhort you, beloved Christians, not to associate with anyone who bears the name of brother if he is guilty of such sin—not even to eat with such a one (1 Cor. 5:11) to the end that he may be ashamed; yet do not regard him as an enemy, but warn him as a brother (2 Thes. 3:15).

In the meantime let every one take warning by this and similar examples to fear the Lord and diligently to take heed: let anyone who thinks that he stands take heed lest he fall (1 Cor. 10:12); but having true fellowship with the Father and His Son Christ, together with all believing Christians, to remain firm to the end (Heb. 3:14), obtaining the outcome of our faith, the salvation of our souls (1 Peter 1:9). You have seen, dear brothers and sisters, in what manner this our excommunicated sister has begun to fall and gradually has come to ruin [ruin!]. Learn, then, from her how subtle Satan is to bring man to destruction and to draw him away from all salutary means of salvation. Guard yourselves, then, against the least beginnings of evil, and according to the admonition of the apostle, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith (Heb. 12:1–2). Be sober- minded; be watchful (1 Peter 5:8); pray that you may not enter into temptation (Luke 22:46). Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts (Heb. 4:7), but work out your own salvation with fear and trembling (Phil. 2:12); and let every one repent of his sin, lest our God humble us again and we be obliged to mourn for some of you; but may you, with one accord living in godliness, be our crown and joy in the Lord.

But since it is God who works in us, both to will and to work for his good pleasure (Phil. 2:13), let us call upon His holy Name with confession of our sins.

Prayer of Confession

O righteous God, merciful Father, before Your high majesty we blame ourselves for our sins and acknowledge that we have justly deserved the sorrow and pain caused us by the excommunication of this our late fellow-member; indeed, if You should enter into judgment with us, we all deserve to be excluded and banished from Your presence on account of our great transgression [No. Comment.]. But, O Lord, be gracious unto us for Christ’s sake; forgive us our trespasses, for we heartily repent of them; and work in our hearts an ever increasing measure of sorrow for them, that we, fearing Your judgments which You bring upon the stiff-necked, may endeavor to please You. Grant that we may avoid all pollution of the world and of those who are excluded from the communion of the Church, in order that we may not make ourselves partakers of their sins, and that he who is excommunicated may become ashamed of his sins [Church copy-editor apparently got lazy. I’ve been a girl up to this point]. And since You desire not the death of the sinner, but that he may repent and live, and since the bosom of Your Church is always open for those who return, kindle, therefore, in our hearts a godly zeal, that we, with good Christian admonitions and example, may seek to bring back this excommunicated person, together with all those who through unbelief and recklessness of life go astray. Add Your blessing to our admonitions, that we thereby may have reason to rejoice again in her [yay I’m a llama again!] for whom we must now mourn, and that thus Your holy name be praised, through our Lord Jesus Christ, Amen.



So yeah that happened.

I’d have words, but they’re kinda unnecessary, right?

And to think … I used to be scared of what these people thought of me.


  1. Jenny, your biggest problem is either that you do not know Christ, or you are in rebellion against Him, or both. Looking through your blog, I note that not only have you violated God’s prohibition of divorce, but you’re apparently also prone (25 thinks you liked about your husband) to drunkenness, see nothing wrong with accepting drinks from men who aren’t your husband, see nothing amiss about promoting sexual deviance (GOP Pride get-together), and you reject God’s provision of church discipline for the sinful.

    All of these are in direct contradiction to the Scriptures, which prohibit not only divorce, but also drunkenness and any sexuality outside of marriage. I don’t know why you joined an evangelical church with this attitude, to put it mildly.


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  2. Hi Jenny…I had never heard of your blog before as I am NOT a conservative Christian Republican, nor do I read The Stir, but as I am sure you see by now, your blog has been invaded by MRAs (“Mens Rights Activists”) via a “manosphere” blogger who calls himself “Dalrock.” AKA DickRock, DoucheRock, or just plain Dickey.

    Dalrock likes to pretend he is a “happily married father” who spends his time researching & writing about divorce statistics extensively – also Biblical headship & submission, girls who are too “sassy” or full of “moxie” etc. Let’s just say his manosphere followers are somewhat…gullible. Those of us unfortunates who keep tabs on these freaks generally believe Dalrock is a fake identity.

    Dickey does a lot of skulking on Reddit & Yahoo Answers to try to lure readers to his blog, where he claims to have had 6.5 hits – another lie – logistically impossible for that website to have had that many views.

    See ManBoobz dot com & search “Dalrock.”

    Anyway, PLEASE be careful…they are absolutely obsessed with you right now on Dickey’s blog & the manosphere attracts the sickest, vilest, misogynist scumbag control freak entitled abusers on the planet.

    And actually, if I were you, I would consider contacting the F.B.I. – maybe then Dickey’s secret identity can finally be revealed & the world would be a slightly safer place.

    Best wishes, Jenny.

    • ProudFather says:

      “Please be careful” ???
      Don’t worry, Jenny will never be accosted or assaulted (other than VERBALLY in the blogosphere.)
      Jenny aired her dirty laundry for the world to see, and has garnered a considerable hostile reaction, and rightly so.
      “I would consider contacting the F.B.I.” ???
      Pray tell, what criminal statute would her detractors be violating by voicing their disdain at Jenny’s revolting sneaky divorce? Fortunately, we still live in a country where, for the most part, hurting someone’s feelings with the written word. ISN’T a jailable criminal offense (not yet anyway.)
      Let me clue you in… the “obsession” with Jenny Erikson, is that she is the perfect poster child for what MRA’s have been saying about the post-feminist American “woman.”
      SO, perhaps the question you should ask yourself is: “Do I believe in equality, and that MENS’ concerns are just as important as womens’?” I have a suspicion that you might actually balk at answering that one.

      • Exactly, ProudFather. Allow me to echo your thought:

        “Let me clue you in… the “obsession” with Jenny Erikson, is that she is the perfect poster child for what MRA’s have been saying about the post-feminist American “woman.”

        If Jenny’s ex husband is reading this, take heart. I know it is cold comfort but she is going to be held up as prime example numero uno of why men have to protect themselves from marriage 2.0.

        Whatever you are going through right now, know that it will at least have a positive impact in that regard. And, check out returnofkings.com It has some good resources.

    • Sympathy said:

      I would consider contacting the F.B.I.

      The Cathedral will eventually fail to pay its army. Then its court favorites will be in a very bad position.

  3. The Femosphere says:

    “Hi Jenny…I had never heard of your blog before as I am NOT a conservative Christian Republican, nor do I read The Stir, but as I am sure you see by now, your blog has been invaded by MRAs (“Mens Rights Activists”) via a “manosphere” blogger who calls himself “Dalrock.” AKA DickRock, DoucheRock, or just plain Dickey.”

    Ha. Ha. I just call him Dullcock.


  4. Hi Jenny,
    I stumbled on your blog (happily) via Dalrock’s blog, as a result of some research I’ve been doing. I’ve read several of your posts & while I don’t identify with a political party (as I detest all politicians equally) & I’m not what you might consider “conservative”, I found many of your posts to be delightful & some to be very real & honest; Both qualities that I admire. I have no particular religious affiliation, as I prefer to think for myself & trust my personal relationship with God over what I’m told by “leaders” to believe is God’s will for my life. I don’t presume to know his plan for you & I’m not here to give you advice. I just wanted to stop by & tell you that I felt compelled to offer you my support & encouragement on your journey. Divorce is devastating for all parties involved & I don’t envy what I know must be a trying path to navigate. But I deeply admire your faith in The Lord & your willingness to do what you feel is ultimately best for you & your children, regardless of the magnitude of the fallout you knew would result from such a decision. (And therein lies the fault with giving any entity either political or religious, the authority to rule over or dictate an individual’s own moral & personal decisions. But I won’t belabor that point.) Amidst the constant noise of unyielding opinion, I hope that you will continue to listen to God, and to yourself. Learning to drown out the chaos of traffic on our journeys is probably one of the most challenging obstacles we face as mortals… And I wish you and your children the very best, as well as an internally peaceful & noise canceling travels. God bless.

  5. The commenter “Steve” must really be named Rip Van Winkle because my state and most others with modern divorce laws stopped awarding lifetime alimony decades ago. Child support is awarded carefully according to a formula, and joint custody is the legal presumption starting out. For a woman to get divorced normally results in a severe DROP in her wealth and standard of living. I have no idea what state “Steve” is living in, but I think he must have arrived in your comment section via time machine from the fifties.

  6. imnobody00 says:

    Jenny, I see you won’t accept any Church that says that divorcing your husband is bad. So, no matter what the Bible says, you think you have a direct connection with God and you can do anything you want, because God allows you to disregard the Bible and His divine Commandments. I guess it’s the divorce who gave you this spiritual authority and complete connection with God, which no person has had since the time of the Apostles.

    So why don’t you end the charade? Why don’t you stop defining your self as conservative and religious? I think “spiritual” would be good for you. Being Christian means subjecting to the authority of the Church and the Bible. You are polluting this name giving a false meaning to it.

    You could found a new religion. The Church of the Holy Divorce, when everything is allowed, as long as it makes you happy. Since you seem invested of enormous spiritual authority, you could be the Pope of this new religion. Meanwhile, please don’t use the word “Christian” where you behavior is against everything the Bible says and you have said loud and clear that you won’t submit to any Church that does not agree with you.

    • ProudFather says:

      I think your well-reasoned argument (as well as all others telling her she isn’t perfectly, spotlessly wonderful) gets drowned out by the furiously spinning hamster wheel. Hey, at least you tried.

  7. I think it’s awesome when the literal freaks crawl out of the swamps & start claiming that Christianity is about adherence to literal Biblical “authority”. It’s a religion dreamed up by the Apostle Paul some 75 years after the crucifixion of Christ (whom he never even met) which just cloaks an ideal that the only way to Heaven is through Christ as your savior & authority. And if you want to follow Christ, it might not hurt to read the parts He actually contributed to. Jesus wasn’t an asshole & it’s never been a Biblical prerequisite of Christ followers to act like assholes either. And if you claim to live a life of service declaring your desire to be more like Jesus by calling yourself a Christian, it would be more “Biblically” adherent if you didn’t make snide, judgmental, dipshit-like posts on a stranger’s blog so that you could satisfy your need to feel superior to someone you don’t even know. You just like to tell other people what to do and how they’re wrong & use religion like a stick to bash people over the head. Which… Duh, is why a large part of the population abhors Christians, but still thinks Jesus was awesome.

    • She is the one claiming to be a Christian. No one is forcing her to claim that. Though if you claim to follow a teacher you have an obligation to stay true to their teaching, not throw out the parts that make your life uncomfortable.

      Though I just have sorrow for her children. They are going to be incredibly harmed by this, whatever platitudes may go forth now. She has already accused her ex of saying “mean things” to her. How much more will she cut him down in front of them? What happens when they find this site when they are older (or an archive someplace)?

      She is free to do whatever she wishes, but to claim God is first when she ignores His clear commands against divorce and family second when she just cheated her daughters for life is very hypocritical.

      • Do you think if you point enough fingers at everyone else for all the things they do wrong, that that’ll make YOU less of an asshole? The Bible says a lot of shit. If you want to live by it, word for word, like it’s a Kingdom Code for eternal bliss, go right ahead. And if you think that bashing other people for their life’s decisions puts you at a stronger footing with God & pleases him, then by all means, carry on. I don’t give a damn who calls themselves a Christian. You can claim it all day long, but I only see one person in all of these comments who actually has the spirit of one. And it ain’t you.

        • First you say the Bible ‘says a lot of shit’. Then you say you are qualified to decide who has the spirit of ‘the one’, saying it isn’t him. Gotta love them atheists trying to chime in on what’s right for Christians.

          • I’m not an atheist. I’m just not “religious”. I’ve loved God all of my life & have read the Bible cover to cover three times & have studied it’s origins, translations & theological complexities for many years. And anyone who claims to be a Christian should be very familiar with what Jesus himself said. He was extremely clear about just a few things. He didn’t mince words when he talked about money, idolatry, dogma & the most important commandment we were given. And yes, love is easy to spot.

            • Not a liar says:

              And if you knew your Matthew 19:8, you would know what Jesus said about divorce, you filthy lying piece of refuse. The only love you get is from your daddy when you were young and still had a tight enough ass.

  8. I just want to say I’m so sorry for you. I’m sorry that you are being treated this way by other Christians. I myself have been through divorce and am happily re-married. I was in a bad situation and I left for my safety and my kids’ safety. My husband now has struggled with the fact that I am divorced. We have discussed it with our small group and he talked to our pastor about it. I have asked for forgiveness from the Lord and I know I have been forgiven. I also don’t feel as though God would’ve wanted me to stay in a bad situation or be yoked to a non-believer. Our pastor told my husband that God might be against divorce, but he is FOR the divorcee. So regardless what other people think as long as you didn’t make the decision lightly and it really is for the best, ask for forgiveness and it will be given.

    • Chris Nystrom says:

      “I left for my safety and my kids’ safety.” – That does not seem to be the case in this situation.

      “Our pastor told my husband that God might be against divorce, but he is FOR the divorcee.” – So when got says not to get divorced then that really must be what is best for them right?

      • That’s awfully judgmental don’t ya think? You don’t exactly know MY situation and you may not know all the details to hers. Aren’t we also called to not judge people lest you be judged? In MY case, I don’t see how our loving God would want me to stay in a marriage where my husband (at the time) was a non-believer and abusive. Since that time I have asked for forgiveness from God. And I know I have received it because I asked. My husband (now) and I have been greatly blessed.

        So, maybe you should stop judging people. Period. It doesn’t matter what YOU think, only what God does. I try very hard to not judge people. I’m not saying I’m perfect. I’m far from it. I do make mistakes and I have judged people. But I ask for forgiveness. And I think the way Jenny is being treated is just wrong. Its very hypocritical to quote scriptures at people and ignore other scriptures.

        • You seem to be doing a lot of judging yourself. I guess it is OK to judge those we deem worthy of judgment. We just can’t judge sin and God forbid if we separate from those who are reveling in it.

          You may want to read about the man Paul wrote about in 1 Corinthians sometime.

          • Did I not say above that I’m not perfect? And that I do judge others from time to time? BUT, the difference is I recognize when I do it and I ask for forgiveness.

            Matthew 7:1-5
            Luke 6:37
            John 7:24
            James 4:11-2
            Romans 2:1-3

    • 1 Corinthians 7:10-16

      10 But to the married I give instructions, not I, but the Lord, that the wife should not [d]leave her husband 11 (but if she does leave, she must remain unmarried, or else be reconciled to her husband), and that the husband should not [e]divorce his wife.

      12 But to the rest I say, not the Lord, that if any brother has a wife who is an unbeliever, and she consents to live with him, he must not [f]divorce her. 13 And a woman who has an unbelieving husband, and he consents to live with her, she must not [g]send her husband away. 14 For the unbelieving husband is sanctified through his wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified through [h]her believing husband; for otherwise your children are unclean, but now they are holy. 15 Yet if the unbelieving one leaves, let him leave; the brother or the sister is not under bondage in such cases, but God has called [i]us [j]to peace. 16 For how do you know, O wife, whether you will save your husband? Or how do you know, O husband, whether you will save your wife?

      • But what about cases of abuse? Mental, physical, and emotional? That was my situation. I would NOT be ALIVE had I not left him.

        • Jenny’s case had nothing to do with abuse.

          • Concentra77 says:

            That is a very condemning statement. If you say it without definitive knowledge, then it is a meant to deceive.

            • ProudFather says:

              Go read Jenny’s OWN WORDS. She said no adultery or abuse. Typical frivorce.

              • Concentra77 says:

                I think, Proud, that you have put your finger on the very reason why this hateful and rushed excommunication was so badly botched.
                It doesn’t look like she has EVER said what the reason was; only that her ex didn’t hit her or cheat with another woman.
                What she did say was “I’m not really getting into the dirty details of what went on behind closed doors” and, relative to her children finding out about dad “they really don’t need to know about my inner turmoil or what the straw that broke my marriage’s back was”.
                Maybe with a little patience and love on the part of her church, instead of instant judgment and condemnation, this young woman may have developed enough trust to share what the problem was. Obviously, she doesn’t want the children to know.
                However, seeing the joy in condemning her that has come from y’all, I suspect she was right not to trust you.

                • ProudFather says:

                  Bottom line: If you truly believe the Bible is God’s Word, then the ONLY acceptable reason for divorce is adultery by the other spouse. PERIOD.
                  If you have an issue with this, read your Bible.

                  • Awesome, because if I was your wife, I’d beat you in the face with a skillet every day when you walked in the door & tell you to suck it up (through a straw) because God said you had stick with it!

                    • We’ve already discussed how there was no violence and adultery on Lief’s part, just Jenny’s UNHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPINESS. Nice try on the making it out to be something it isn’t.

                  • Concentra77 says:

                    Proud: Dig a little deeper: Our Lord said, Mt. 5:32 “But I say to you that everyone who divorces his wife, except on the ground of sexual immorality. . . ” ( ESV); “sexual immorality” comes from “πορνείας” (BGT).
                    Look up πορνείας. Here is one good definition:
                    πορνεία, ας, ἡ unchastity, prostitution, fornication, various kinds of unlawful sexual intercourse.
                    Now, you can continue to translate that as “only adultery” if you want, but that doesn’t mean everybody has to see it that way, and many conservative Churches do not.
                    A better understanding of what Jesus was talking about is prohibited conduct that causes a break in the “one flesh” description of marriage (e.g. Mt. 19:6 “So they are no longer two but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together let not man separate.”)

                    I can think of a few things that would separate this holy unity, other than the act of the husband cheating with another woman.

                    Was anything ever investigated? Of course not, because of the terrible haste and anger of her church.

                    They totally failed her, and her children.

        • Don’t ask assholes what they think. You’ll just get answers that make your head spin, because they can only see things one way. Their Way. They think god favors men & that as a posessor of a uterus, you’re subject to your mate’s will. God gave us brains, and sense enough to know what we do and don’t have to put up with in life. You have every right to stand by your decision and to be at peace with it. No one owns you or has a right to hurt you. And no living God would ever tell you otherwise.

          • Yes of course, religion doesn’t have any RULES, they were just gentle SUGGESTIONS to be thrown out at will. Enjoy the decline!

            • God created you. You’re a dirty filthy unworthy sinner & you’d better do things in just the right way or he’ll sentence you to an eternity of hell fire where the living flesh will be seared off your bones. But he loves you! Oh, and he needs money.

    • Repeat after me, “marriage strike”!

  9. Chris Nystrom says:

    You did something very wrong: you broke your promise, got divorced, and blew up your own family. This is against what the church teaches (pretty much all Christian churches, not just your local congregation). You are not repentant of this when this is pointed out to you. So the church has no choice, but to excommunicate you which they do. It all makes sense to me.

    What does not make sense is why you choose to blog it? It really makes you look bad.

  10. whorebag.

  11. *snort* that is hilarious! Glad to see you can see the funny side!

    • Your kids cry themselves to sleep and need therapy because they miss their dad? *SNORT* that is hilarious! Glad to see you can see the funny side!

  12. What I don’t get is all the sarcasm directed to the elders in your congregation. You weren’t forced to join that congregation, or coerced- you volunteered, and more, you reveled in your place in that community, looking at past posts… BUT, when put to a test, you are choosing an auto da fe, by proclaiming proudly that the community you were so proud of being part of is, in fact, not very important at all to you. . Reminds me of the actions of another famous Christian, Simon Peter… who had the good grace to be ashamed, unlike yourself.
    There’s no need to judge you. You excommunicated yourself. Your congregation just formalized it and recognized it. Now you get to live with the intimate knowledge that you’re an oathbreaker, on top of whatever guilt you may carry over other actions in your life. I wish you well, and that you take this time to grow up and decide whether or not you will be a Christian at all times, or only when times are easy.
    At any rate, I hope you can find a faith community that will help you. Most of them have standards, so… good luck with that unrepentant attitude you’re showing off. I suspect it’s just bravado, but you need to humble yourself before you can be forgiven, and, equally important, seek to forgive yourself after you see life post-marriage.

  13. To all male posters,

    If this was a man divorcing his wife would you respond the same way? Or would you applaud him?



    • No, they wouldn’t. Its only because the WOMAN left the MAN that she is being treated the way she is.

    • We are waiting for that link to a male conservative Christian blog who blows up his marriage because he is UNHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPY. WHERE IS THE LINK?

    • I readily mocked faux Christian conservative Newt Gingrinch. Had I lived in his district, I also would have refused to vote for him.

      Newt Gingrinch is a serial cheater and multiple divorcee. I also don’t listen to Rush Limbaugh, pretty much the same reason.

  14. An angry man abandoned his pastoral duties and hastily pushed through this ex-communication at lightening speed, even short-cutting the biblical process he swore to uphold.
    What motivated him?

    • Six months is not exactly lightning speed. The pastor, upon hearing the allegations, tried to discuss privately with Mrs. Erikson, then the matter was discussed with elders, and then it was brought before the entire church, entirely in accordance with God’s process of Matthew 18:15-19, and that by Mrs. Erikson’s own testimony.

      Now it is lightning speed compared to our U.S. court system, but let’s be serious here; if a person is not repentant of their sin after a few weeks, stretching out the ordeal into years is not going to make things better for anyone.

      So what motivated the pastor? I dare suggest the Gospel and the purity of the Bride of Christ, which is the church. We all ought to be so motivated.

      • It was angry, and it was rushed, to your shame.

        • Looks like this church will NEVER feel any shame for getting rid of this whore of babylon. Thank god this church still has the balls to tell a woman she can’t have her way 24/7. I think she needs to switch to the Roman Catholics. A few tithes and hail mary’s and she can screw whoever she wants.

        • To my shame?

          And OK, so a pastor might have been angry at the thought of a church member divorcing her husband for un-Biblical reasons. Jesus was angry when the moneychangers were profaning the Temple. Not quite seeing where this negates the Matthew 18 process of church discipline.

          Plus, it’s worth noting that we have one participant’s view, and that participant is attempting to make herself look pure as the driven snow despite an act which clearly violates the Scripture. There is reason to take that testimony with a grain of salt, no?

          • Read their letter, Bert. They say in it that they had extra-biblical authority to skip part of the Mt. 18 process.
            Do you think Jesus had a few things in mind when He laid out all the steps?
            These people were angry, and driven by their anger, not by their love of Jesus.

            • BCO, our hostess made the claim that the church did not follow the procedure. Let’s look at what happened:

              1. Pastor hears, per Matthew 18:15 asks to talk with Mrs. Erikson. Mrs. Erikson refuses.
              2. Meeting with husband and wife per Matthew 18:16. Mrs. Erikson refuses to repent of her sin.
              3. Letter sent to church to ask out of membership; per Matthew 18:17, the elders of the church interpreted that as “refusing to hear the church”, and therefore is forced to treat her as a heathen and tax collector.

              Seems to me that Mrs. Erikson–and possibly you (though I hope not)–is having the same problem with interpreting Matthew 18 as she has with the proper interpretation of Matthew 5 and Matthew 7. Which indicates to me that the judgment of the elders of her church is entirely correct, sadly.

              And that by her own testimony.

              • Yes, Bert, sadly, in their anger fueled rush they did interpret step #3 wrong;
                the Lord had a process in mind, and they didn’t want to do it.
                They even admit it in their letter. They were in a hurry.

                Too angry to carefully follow Scripture. Tragic.

  15. Hi Jenny. Just read about how you divorced your husband. How can you claim to be a religious person and yet do such things? Where in the Bible does it say that it’s acceptable to divorce your husband, especially when he has done no wrong to you? What about the vow you made before God “till death to us part”? How can you break a VOW you made to GOD and yet call yourself a religious person?

    It’s women like you that give all women a bad name. Because of women like you, most younger men are too afraid to even get married anymore, because their wife will just divorce them over petty reasons and financially destroy them in divorce court.

    Anyway, I guess your new church allows women to divorce their husbands and thus break the commandment you made before GOD, “till death to us part”. Despicable.

    • How can you claim to be a Christian when you are judging her?

      • And you are judging him?

        • Nope, I’m not judging anyone. I’m not condemning anyone. I would not condemn anyone for getting a divorce because I have personally been there. I try very hard not to judge people, as I previously stated.

          Maybe I should rephrase the question:
          Who are WE to judge her decisions? It is not OUR place.

          • Yes of course, we should NEVER judge anyone for anything! You had 50 lovers ‘discovering yourself’ on the carousel? NO PROBLEM! You were a lesbian till graduation in college? NO PROBLEM! You left your previous husband for superficial reasons? NO PROBLEM! The kids need therapy and cry themselves to sleep some nights because they miss dad? NO PROBLEM! You divorced your husband because you were UNHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPY? NO PROBLEM!

            Mom can’t find a new Beta to pull her Alpha f*cks/Beta Bucks lifestyle because any Beta reading this blog knows how their story ends when they date her? How DARE YOU JUDGE!

          • You should learn to READ AND UNDERSTAND the bible before you go throwing it in other people’s faces.

            The whole “we shouldn’t judge” quote simply means it is not our place to condemn someone to hell, or deny them God’s grace. We can’t say that they are unworthy of God’s forgiveness.

            But judge? By all means. If they do things to harm others, or hurt their kids, or damage our culture, or consign their children to a bleaker future — it’s perfectly okay to point that out.

            There is a difference between “condemning” (not our job), to “judging.” Judging simply means judging something, and evaluating whether it is good or not. As humans, it is impossible NOT to judge — after all, saying something is not worth judging is a judgement in itself.

            Sorry if you cannot handle.

      • Take a look at Matthew 7:6, Darcy. In the same paragraph where Christ tells us to judge not, lest we be judged, He also tells us not to throw our pearls to swine. Now in a community of poor Jews in Galilee, there would be precious few pearls and even fewer swine for obvious reasons. So Jesus tells us that we are to take a look and refuse certain communication with those whose moral character is bad.

        In other words, we are to judge according to the Gospel and God’s Law. We are not to judge with a standard we are unwilling to have used on ourselves. See what’s going on there?

        • “So Jesus tells us that we are to take a look and refuse certain communication with those whose moral character is bad.”

          So, refuse to communicate with her and move on. I don’t think “refuse certain communication” equals “troll a blog entry to tell someone how wrong they are and how they should stand there in their wrongness.” But perhaps I’m reading a different translation than you…

    • I do not understand the whinging nihilism of the MRA “movement”. Every MRA (or patriarchy insisting man) I’ve ever met has been a whiny bitch.

      • ProudFather says:

        Yeah, you are like, soooo right! Like OhhMyGoossh..
        Those MRA’s are just totes cray cray!
        I mean like seryusslyy… as iff! So what if a man gets divorced by his wife, and like, financially, raped in family court? Like, getovver-it! And he should just MAN-UP, and pay til it hurts… And really, they aren’t “his kids”. Like ohmigosssh, how nihilistic can you get, whatt-evvvuhhrr. You go grrrrl!

      • Case in point ^^^

      • I think I hear your cats mewling, you better feed them.

  16. ProudFather says:

    “On the first Feminian Sandstones we were promised the Fuller Life
    (Which started by loving our neighbour and ended by loving his wife)
    Till our women had no more children and the men lost reason and faith,
    And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: “The Wages of Sin is Death.”

    – excerpted from “Gods of the Copybook Headings” – by Rudyard Kipling

  17. The church did the right thing. Leif sounds like a good man, and I’m sorry to hear that he has been the victim of the decision to break up his family.

  18. William Butler says:

    Someone posted this on facebook, and I thought you might want to know that you are sort of becoming the poster child for treacherous wives:


  19. Conservative Poster says:

    In terms of judgement we can all (women, men) agree upon the following:


  20. It sounds like you’re following the wrong god. Your approach to be upset with the priest when you had no balls to tell your husband yourself is very demeaning to other women. You make us look bad. Get a therapist.

  21. As I warn others today: Men should NEVER MARRY.

    The truth is this woman’s behavior is typical. Her pathetic attempts at justification use the same justification to make HERSELF feel better.

  22. ChildOfDivorce says:

    I feel so terribly sorry for your daughters…

    As a child of divorce, I can say it was the most painful, confusing, and stressful thing that ever happened to me.

    As an adult, I still am resentful for both of my parents for the needless pain they caused me in my upbringing. I truly hope your daughters can find happiness one day. And I hope you, Jenny, can at least somewhat understand the lifelong pain that you caused them.

  23. Max Suebian says:

    You’re hideous.

  24. DeepThought says:

    Jenny is truly and evil person who has turned away from iblical teachings. She not only has divorced a man who committed no sins other than being boring but she also publicly attacks Christians in a public forum.

    Please change the heaing from God. Family, Politics etc..to Pettiness, evil, and disgust

  25. Why should we care about this silly, self-absorbed woman?

    Oh… I forgot. She and her kids will probably wind up on the public dole, and contribute to the ever increasing national debt that OUR kids will have to pay for.

  26. Jenny'saconservativelikeObamaisAmerican says:

    ya, selfish bitch all around.
    Of course you don’t care what the church thinks, you a master of your own destiny, captain of your own ship, you are WOMAN!!
    What a joke your life has become. One day you will sit down and cry about the giant disaster you made of your life, but by then anyone who really cared about you will not have any sympathy left for you.
    You made your bed, lie in it.

  27. Is this a parody blog to make men hate women? Never heard of it before Ramzpaul.

  28. Why didn’t your husband protect his marriage and get you all out of that church? It sounds like a church from hell.

  29. Two words, “marriage strike”.

  30. Wow! Your church leaders have balls!

    • And that is precisely e problem: they are looking at it from a MAN’S perspective, and not GOD’s =)

      • que?

      • oh, you mean God loves divorce now?

        • F2bbs.com says:

          God loves the sinner, even if He hates the sin. This is between Jenny and God, we don’t have the whole story, and we are only seeing it with flawed human understanding.

          • Anonymous says:

            Hate the game, not the player? They why, pray tell, are individual souls consigned to Hell for their Earthly behavior?

            • ProudFather says:

              Now now, calm down,,we all KNOW that the official position of the Feminized Church of America is:

              12.3 – Hell:

              1) Hell is an old fashioned, insensitive belief that is held by old men who have a “Judgy McJudgerson” attitude that is totally lacking in “LOVE” and “Unforgiveness”.

  31. Tom Leykis says:

    Jesus died to take away our sins; you seem to have forgotten the basic elements of His grace. Read your Bible, and pray for understanding. Hint: God is a loving God, a forgiving God, and God knows what is best, not man. And ESPECIALLY not overly judgmental, close-minded men with an anti-woman agenda. =)

    • ProudFather says:

      Ok, “Tom”, I’m pretty sure now that you are really “Tammy” Leykis.

      Yes, God is a forgiving God. Yes, God is a loving (agape love) God.
      But make no mistake… If we are truly a disciple of Jesus Christ, our lives will not be marked by WILLFUL DISOBEDIENCE to GOD’s COMMANDMENTS. Period.
      Call that “judgemental and anti-woman” if you want. The Bible is God’s Word.

  32. Tom Leykis says:

    Oh, look, another old-fashioned, vagina-envious misogynist crawls out of the woodwork. Look at you, using all caps, what a big boy you are! Now crawl back to your basement, adults are talking, okay sweetie?

    • ProudFather says:

      What part of your previous post in any way addressed the legitimate Biblical statements I just posted?

      • Anonymous says:

        None, of course. (The ol’ Great and Powerful Oz demands you pay no attention to the man behind the curtain, you know.)

  33. Unbiased observer says:

    It’s not “willful disobedience” if the husband is responsible for the marriage falling apart. Even Leif agrees Jenny was a good wife, but he was unable to fill her needs (including SPIRITUAL needs, by going to that hateful and hate-filled “church”). Just saying.

    • Anonymous says:

      Nowhere do marriage vows make men promise to “Love, honor and keep my wife entertained or lose my house, kids and half my income”… just ’cause she’s “not haaapy” isn’t a breaking of his promise that allows her to jet.

    • ProudFather says:

      Marriage 2.0 (American Market Release):

      Responsibility & Benefit Checklist:

      Responsibility/Benefit | Husband | Wife

      Financial Provision YES
      Give Emotional Support YES
      Spend $$ freely YES
      Nag YES
      Have sexual needs met YES
      Be held accountable YES
      Sacrifice til it hurts YES
      Live a princess dream YES
      Commit adultery
      and blame spouse YES
      Fabricate domestic violence
      accusations YES
      Get thrown out of house
      you pay for YES
      Pay Child support YES
      Pay alimony YES
      Deny child visitation
      with no legal repercussions YES
      Get the support of virtually
      everyone when you file for divorce
      for not being “haaaaappy” YES
      get pregnant by a
      drug dealing bad-boy
      and have spouse still pay
      child support (even if DNA
      tests prove paternity fraud) YES

      See fellas? There’s no real reason to be “commitment phobic”, and live the “Peter Pan Syndrome” life. Marry today! and PAY PAY PAY!!
      Call now: 1-800-SAVE-A-HO !!

      • Tom Leykis says:

        Wow, you are really sad. “Get pregnant by a drug dealing bad boy”? Where do you come UP with this stuff? Seriously, you need to get out of your mom’s basement, it’s ruining your mind! Get out, meet REAL women (talk to them, they don’t bite!), you might learn they are not the ie dimensional cardboard cutouts at you have in your head. Pray for help. Jenny and I will be praying for your recovery, too.

        • When your women decides she’s “not haaapy” ands “needs space” because there’s a hot new guy at work she’d like to test-drive for a while, let us know how well that works out.

        • ProudFather says:

          Thanks Tom,
          SO, instead of coming up with a factual rebuttal to my tongue-in cheek, but nonetheless factually accurate post (a simple Google search will yield hundreds of cases where men pay child support for another mans kids, for example,) you resort to “mommy’s basement” ad-hominems.
          Really silly, and sad, not to mention completely inaccurate.
          But, why do you need to bother with facts? you’re a woman.

    • absolutely incorrect. Unless he was in an adulterous relationship under scripture she has NO RIGHT to divorce. Same for the man… being ‘unhappy’ is NOT a scriptural reason for divorce… PERIOD.

      Lots and lots of so called christian women who do it though…. they are sinning and scripture is blatenly clear about it

  34. thebiatch says:

    You are a ungrateful faggot

  35. ProudFather says:

    Hiya Jenny!! Maybe you shouldn’t have slept with that guy before you got married?

  36. What your church did to you is despicable. By excommunicating you for a sin they have not shown the love of Christ and therefore are sinning themselves. A church that truly represents Christ welcomes all, even those they deem to be “sinners”. The hypocrisy is stunning. “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” If the church excommunicated everyone for their sins, there would be nobody at mass. This just proves why I have contempt for organized religion and prefer to follow God on my own. Keeps me safe from the hypocrisy. Your story reminds me a lot of this one told by Barbara Johnson (God rest her soul): http://youtu.be/xl62XmuyBsk?t=5m43s

    Hang in there and know that God loves you and all His children and would never turn away a single person when they are in need.

    • ProudFather says:

      @James :
      “By excommunicating you for a sin they have not shown the love of Christ and therefore are sinning themselves.”

      So says YOUR opinion on God and His commands.

      If you read the Bible (which you most likely hold in low regard) you will see that excommunication is an attempt to get a PROFESSING church member to repent of grievous sin (of which, deceptive divorce on no Biblical grounds more than qualifies .)

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