Must-Read: Explaining the Very Strange Problems of the Guidepost Report on Sexual Abuse in the SBC

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J. Caleb Jones, an attorney and outsider to the life of the SBC has taken a look at the Guidepost Report on Sexual Abuse in the SBC and the results are the kind of thing you not only want to read but share around.

Now, fair warning, Jones uses some blue language (you can guess at the blurred-out words in the screenshot below, for example) so proceed cautiously. Nonetheless, the analysis is precise and chock full of the kind of thing You Can’t Say in today’s SBC.

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Not interested in reading someone who doesn’t feel obligated to obey The Platform’s fashionable RightThink dictates? Hang in there for copious amounts of common sense.

Grab some coffee, find a good chair, and read the whole thing on Jones’ website.

Then send it to someone and ask if you can talk it over. Just be sure to give them a heads up about the blue language.

1 thought on “Must-Read: Explaining the Very Strange Problems of the Guidepost Report on Sexual Abuse in the SBC

  1. This whole SBC sex abuse thing has been a big grift. Oh, and a way for Russell Moore to attack his enemies in the SBC. I don’t understand the hysterical reactions to the report. The most troubling thing to me was the executive committee and staff kept these issues from the EC trustees. But other than that, I didn’t seem much in the way of SBC misbehavior.

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