By Barbara Falconer Newhall
In Chapter One of his 1978 book, The Strong-Willed Child, James Dobson beats the crap out of his dog.
I was hoping to avoid that word crap. It’s a generational thing with me. But nothing else quite describes what transpired between the evangelical Christian psychologist and his pet dog one evening years ago as bedtime approached in the Dobson household. [Read more...]