Here is what Basil of Caesarea said regarding domestic violence and whether a woman was allowed separate when faced with abuse from her husband:
“Yet custom ordains that men who commit adultery and are in fornication be retained by their wives. Consequently I do not know if the woman who lives with the man who has been dismissed can properly be called an adulteress; the charge in this case attaches to the woman who has put away her husband, and depends upon the cause for which she withdrew from wedlock. In the case of her being beaten, and refusing to submit, it would be better for her to endure than to be separated from her husband; in the case of her objecting to pecuniary loss, even here she would not have sufficient ground. If her reason is his living in fornication we do not find this in the custom of the church; but from an unbelieving husband a wife is commanded not to depart, but to remain, on account of the uncertainty of the issue” (Letter to Amphilochius, Concerning the Canons, Part IX)
So the lies of Cerbie and other secularized Christians have again been demolished. Time to be honest and accept the facts, Christians. Your religion provided no barrier for spousal abuse. While it may not have directly encouraged such behavior from a husband, it also did not provide any way out for the abused woman. Instead, it encouraged the woman to endure. This is Christianity, which as I have said many times, is an utterly impractical religion.