Controversy
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Hybels denies reports of inappropriate behavior

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 3/23/18, 01:42 pm

The Chicago Tribune, in a lengthy report published Thursday night, accused former megachurch Pastor Bill Hybels of inappropriate behavior toward women. The report states the leadership of Willow Creek Community Church in suburban Chicago investigated the accusations and found them unsubstantiated. Hybels told the Tribune the reports were false and possibly made up to discredit him.

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All guilt, no atonement

Religion | Nations that abandon their Christian heritage wallow in self-loathing
by Janie B. Cheaney
Posted 2/22/18, 10:43 pm

Beginning in the spring of 1915, the Ottoman Empire carried out a systematic extermination of Armenian Christians who occupied territory east of present-day Turkey. Over 1.5 million men, women, and children were slaughtered during a two-year period, an event credited with coining the word genocide. To this day, the Turkish government rejects that label and has made it a crime (Article 301 of the penal code) to insult the nation by mentioning it.

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Christian apologist confesses inappropriate behavior

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 2/07/18, 01:49 pm

Larry Taunton, a Christian apologist and founder of the Fixed Point Foundation, addressed accusations of marital infidelity in a statement posted online Wednesday. “Last autumn I confessed to my wife, family, and the board of Fixed Point Foundation that I had engaged in inappropriate (consensual) behavior outside the bonds of my marriage some time ago,” Taunton wrote.

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