In this first part of the paper, we will focus primarily on how to recognise the SBCMB pattern of behaviours. We will move here from the general to the specific:
- How these behaviours fit into the Bible’s teaching on sin and the gospel
- General indications that a person may be exhibiting SBCMB
- Some broad underlying patterns of SBCMB
- Some specific features of SBCMB
- The effect of SBCMB on others
Throughout Part A, we will focus on recognising the behaviours. Later, in Part B: Responding to SBCMB (and Part C: If you have an accountability or potential endorsement role for a person in Christian leadership who may be exhibiting SBCMB) we will focus on how to respond.
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