Son-In-Law From Hell! Jessa’s Husband Ben Fighting With Patriarch Jim Bob Duggar

Derick Dillard and Austin Forsyth aren’t the only Duggar in-laws feuding with the family! can exclusively reveal Jessa Duggar’s husband Ben Seewald has butted heads with patriarch Jim Bob over their beliefs.

“Every one of the guys have married into the family have their own way of thinking,” a source close to the family told “Their beliefs aren’t always going to reflect every little ideal Jim Bob and Michelle embrace. There are a few differences in religious thought processes.”

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The insider explained how their main difference is Jim Bob believing in salvation by faith in the gift of Christ dying on the cross for sinners, while Ben leans more towards Calvinism, which is anything that happens has been chosen by God.

“Overall he’s close to the family,” the insider continued. “Most everyone tries to agree to overlook things that aren’t in alignment with their thinking. If there’s something that comes out they tend to work it out quickly.”

Ben Seewald

As previously reported, the Duggar family isn’t a fan of Joy-Anna’s husband Austin.

“There has been a lot of talk about the character of her new husband Austin,” a source told in September. “He was more of a rebel child.”

Jill’s husband Derick’s feud with the family exploded when he was fired from Counting On because of hateful comments he made towards transgender star Jazz Jennings.

“There’s a lot of outrage between increasingly divided factions,” the source revealed of Derick and the Duggar family. “A lot of times when you live apart from the people you love it takes time to adjust back to your original lifestyle, including family.”

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