Rebecca and Timothy Wyland, parents of Alayna May Wyland had a sentencing hearing yesterday in Oregon City. When their daughter had an “abnormal growth of blood vessels that covered her left eye,” decided to pray for her instead of taking her to the nearest doctor.
They were sentenced today in Clackamas County circuit court to 90 days in jail and three years probation.
Clackamas County Circuit Judge Jeffrey S. Jones also required Timothy and Rebecca Wyland to notify the probation department when spiritual healing methods are used.
“Your prayers should complement not compete with proper medical care,” Judge Jones said.
Jones also required the Wylands to:
If you want more background to this story, please see my post on them made a few weeks ago.
Like I’ve said, this tragic story is the result of severe brainwashing heresy being taught as Christian orthodoxy. I do think justice has been done, but I also think that once the sentence has been served, proper counselling should be pursued. And I would heartily recommend a church change for the family.
Dean is an Ordinand training for ordination in the Anglican Church. He was born and bred in Wales, is married to Megan, and has two dogs called Taliesin and Melyn, and a cat named Eira. He graduated from Cardiff University with a B.A Hons. in Theology and Religious Studies. He also holds a Cert.RSCM from the Royal School of Church Music. He loves playing music, walking, reading, blogging and horse riding as well as going to the cinema and theatre.
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I totally agree with the statement made by the judge: medical healing complements spiritual healing. There is no doubt that our God is a healing God. Nothing is impossible for Him. Nothing. But that doesn’t mean that He hasn’t provided medical treatment, doctors, nurses… They’re a gift from God too. Trusting in Him means looking for the subtle hints too in the amazing, miraculous world He has created around us!
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