After reading the above text: If a brother has defrauded a member in the church and after going through the process and the church disfellowshipped the brother.
Is it now right or wrong for the defrauded member to sue the ex-member?
Also, Paul said we should not take our brother to the law. Under what circumstance, do you think would merit a lawsuit?
For the full context: Young Adult Sabbath School Lesson number 5 entitled: Lawful but not Expedient found at this link http://www.covenantadvent.org/Sabbath-School-Lessons/entryid/668/lawful-but-not-expedient-lesson-5
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