“The three most beautiful and liberating words in the English language are these,” the mother of three wrote on May 17, quoting pastor Lon Solomon on her page. “‘I forgive you.'” (Solomon, a senior pastor at a Virginia megachurch, is the author of a book titled Brokenness: How God Redeems Pain and Suffering.)
Just days later, Josh admitted and apologized for “inexcusable” behavior when he was a teenager, without going into any real detail.
Meanwhile, in the latest backlash from the Josh Duggar molestation scandal, online video site Hulu has pulled the reality series “19 Kids and Counting” from its lineup.
Although the streaming-video service didn’t make any formal announcement, episodes weren’t found Thursday on the Hulu site, where they had been available as recently as Wednesday.
The show’s banishment follows TLC yanking the series from its program schedule last week.
The 27-year-old Duggar is the oldest of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s 19 children. The family is featured in the show, whose 10th season concluded May 19.
TLC hasn’t addressed whether its popular show will return for a new season.