Letter Demands That The C&MA Revisit Ravi Zacharias Scandal

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8 Responses

  1. Tom Lunal says:

    Thank you for posting this article. I hope that it brings the intended light to those who need it. I actually sent the letter to 600 C&MA Pastors, teacher, people in leadership roles as well as members.

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you, Tom.
    Hopefully it gets some traction…

  3. John 20:29 says:

    I have just skimmed this post and it is about all the information i have on this well known name
    It describes a mentally unstable person at the very least and screams as an example of the secular celebrity driven corruption in church leadership… This is a pathological liar… does God make an exception for mental instability? I don’t know… But i do know that enabling such a person under the guise of promotung the good news of Christ is an egregious SIN
    God be merciful and wake up these promoters to confess and repent!

    Just sayin…. ?

  4. JM says:

    Amen, John 20:29! Well said!

    There is no way to slice this and come out with something that does not require further action. A person who supposes to minister to others in the name of Christ and then actually misrepresents Him should have more fear. It didn’t end well for some one in as high esteem as Moses, so what makes someone like Ravi (or others that come to mind) think they are exempt. Most Christian governing bodies are full of woosies, which feeds this pervasive lack of fear among leaders who commit even heinous sins. I would caution the “woosies”, if they aid and abet a perpetrator by feigning ignorance or rationalizing their laziness, it becomes their sin of omission and they will be held accountable. They will also be responsible for all the harm that the uncensored leader commits if they had the power to stop him. Wouldn’t want to be in their shoes. I guess evolution is going backwards. Too many men who ascend to Christian oversight seem to have been born without a backbone.

    Kudos, Tom Lunal!
    You standout among those who chose what is easy–not what is right. I hope you prevail.

  5. Sheldon Johnston says:

    Tom, your website brokencross.org is down. Do you have any social media accounts that we can get ahold of you?


  6. tom lunal says:

    You can reach me at tomlunal11@gmail.com. Thanks!

  7. Chris says:

    Tom – Thanks for the thoughts. Lori-Anne Thompson should be answering questions too. She tried to sue him or threatened exposure of information. That’s called blackmail. And she’s a christian.

    Any call for reprimand toward Ravi need to be paired with equal judgement upon her as well. The way it appears from our point of view is that her and her husband preyed on a church organization through targeting the organization’s leader from the evidence we have, this by viewing her attempt to blackmail, her and her husband’s position of financial distress, and background of suing another church (which, consider, is not normal, how many people do you know that have sued a church before?). Taking the same perspective of what we know of Ravi, you’re right, through the evidence we have, it looks for him that it this is a sexting scandal through the allusions we see in the correspondence that have been revealed to date. Unless all correspondence is disclosed or they explained the reason it was so bad that there had to be a cover up, the above two scenarios are the best assumption of what happened for both parties, but the call for action needs to be distributed equally, not just to Ravi.

  8. Ravi could redeem himself by revising his views on free will. He should have given his ‚Äúfree will‚ÄĚ to God and taken his position as a slave of righteousness. Romans 6:17 The western church is in bondage to this Neoplatonic sovereign self, with a sovereign free will.

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