The Christian Post reports:
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries confirmed on Wednesday that its late founder “did indeed engage in sexual misconduct.”
Massage therapists at day spas co-owned by Zacharias, an influential apologist who died in May after a battle with cancer, alleged that he would come in regularly for back pain treatment.
Three women who spoke with Stephen Baughman, an attorney, and Christianity Today said during those treatments, he would expose himself, masturbate, and ask for explicit photos as well to have sex.
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Ravi Zacharias ministry confirms apologist ‘did indeed engage in sexual misconduct’https://t.co/mUbWdJrcZ9
— The Christian Post (@ChristianPost) December 23, 2020
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (@RZIMhq) has notified staff, donors, and supporters that there is “convincing and credible” evidence that Ravi Zacharias “engaged in sexual misconduct over the course of many years.” https://t.co/OfkENura9B
— Christianity Today (@CTmagazine) December 23, 2020
The firm hired by @RZIMhq to alleged misconduct by @RaviZacharias has released an interim report, finding “credible evidence” that Zacharias “engaged in sexual misconduct over many years.” Says some misconduct is more serious than has been reported so far. https://t.co/MK2aQFoGLU
— Julie Roys (@reachjulieroys) December 23, 2020
I remember him sitting me down in a lovely hotel in Bangkok, when he offered me a job, and telling me straight: “I require two main things of my speakers – humility and sexual purity.”
— John Dickson (@johnpauldickson) December 24, 2020