Is it a biblical response for the church to file suit against current and past members? Do tithes and offerings of the defendants get used against them in doing so? I’m just asking.

From the book:

“April 16 opened up a greater chasm in the church when news came out that Steve had filed a lawsuit against the whistleblowers, including FCCF in the petition as a plaintiff. The power play stoked the fires of the church split. It took the spotlight off the reporting versus non-reporting issue and placed it onto whether or not a church could biblically file a lawsuit. Not only that, the church also sued one of its members. Professor Lay was an active member of the church at the time he was served with the petition. As I stated earlier, Professor Lay was both a plaintiff and a defendant.” (Taylor, Joy S., A View from the Pews — The Inside Story of a Broken Church, 2022, Lily of the Valley Publishing, Santa Claus IN, p. 99.)

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