Earl Paulk – Research Resources

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Articles

The Gospel According to Paulk: A Critique of “Kingdom Theology” by Robert M. Bowman, Jr., with Craig S. Hawkins and Dan R. Schlesinger, from the Christian Research Journal, Summer 1988, Volume 11, Number 1, page 15.

Blog

The Church of The Painful Truth Operated by an ex-member of Chapel Hill Harvester Church.

Discuss

Earl Paulk Forum This discussion group is open to Christians and non-Christians alike.

This is a moderated forum for former members of Earl Paulk’s church, the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit/Chapel Hill Harvester Church in Decatur, Georgia, to connect and discuss our experiences, try to find some healing and move on with our lives.

Multi-Media

Bishop Earl Paulk Sex Scandal Paul Zahn, CNN, Jan. 19, 2006

Earl Paulk Don Paulk 1993 Sex Scandal Part 1/2. Part 2/2

News and News Archive

Earl Paul news tracker

Quotes

Earl Paulk Quotes from Earl Paulk, highlighting his unbiblical teachings

Web Sites

Cathedral at Chapel Hill (Official web site) The official web site of Earl Paulk’s church. Not recommended.

Christians Who Care Christian leaders speak out regarding Earl Paulk:

Out of a sense of corporate responsibility for the spiritual welfare of our city, and with great sobriety over the depth of the very credible and legitimate allegations brought against Bishop Earl Paulk, certain members of his family, presbytery, and staff of the Cathedral at Chapel Hill in Decatur, Georgia, as well as other ministerial leaders associated with this ministry, we, the undersigned, offer the following statement to provide a Biblical response to the Church, and to the citizens of our city, state, and nation.

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To all females of different ages and backgrounds who courageously stepped forward in the past to bear witness against Earl Paulk and certain members of his family and presbytery of the Cathedral, specifically around 1992, and who found very little if any support from church leadership, or even from people within the church who would believe your testimonies, we ask your forgiveness and we repent for our insensitivity and lack of courage to stand with you during a dreadfully difficult time.