How can we reconcile the good he’s done for us with the harm he’s done to others?
Our understanding of the Bible’s standards for Christian character and its demands for how we care for the vulnerable must lead to changes in the way we view abuse prevention.
A wolf’s true nature is revealed by the carnage he leaves behind in the church.
Abuse is harder to discern when it looks similar to something good—like assertive leadership, exclusive affection, or clear direction.
A 288-page report commissioned by the Southern Baptist Convention finds allegations of sexual abuse were ignored or covered up for nearly 20 years by senior members of the denomination’s Executive Committee.