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Ungodly Discipline / Faith and Discipline / Pearl Interview #1005715

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 26, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The cases of Hana Williams and Lydia Schatz, who died after being beaten by their parents who were following biblical teachings and a book "To Train Up a Child" about punishment for children reviewed. ["To Train Up a Child" author Michael PEARL†- explains how to punish a child by beating and the formal process for spanking.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Pearl. [PEARL - comments on abuse and doing something about it; states he is against corporal punishment, but how to train small children using corporal chastisement; defends spanking or swatting rather then beating.]

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