I was grieved to see your article "Christian giant sued for 'using nanny as sex object.'"
It seems to be based on speculation, "he said, she said," rather than waiting for the story to be fully investigated and, if necessary, tried in court to determine the facts. It seems morally inappropriate to air the potential dirty laundry of someone when you might be bearing false witness against them by catering to the arena of gossip. It brings shame on the name of Christian ministers and more importantly the name of Christ.
I think there are far more stories out there based on clear facts rather than publicly exploring someone's potential depravity.
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