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Ethics Question About Ravi Zacharias...

 
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Post Ethics Question About Ravi Zacharias... Aaron Scott
Let's assume that a minister is accused of abusing multiple women, all of which are dead. Lastly, he dies himself.

If it becomes clear at some point that he was indeed guilty, should the matter be made public, since both he and his accusers are dead?

I am not trying to play "gotcha." I am simply wanting to see the reasoning/justification behind either position (i.e., making it public or not making it public).

And does it by any chance conflict with the Golden Rule?
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Nothing is gained at exposure if in fact NO OTHER WOMEN were mistreated. I am assuming that is the fact, no others were involved. Then nothing is to be gained.

BUT, but in real life can one be positive that some lady is not shaming herself and depressed. etc. Thinking "I" caused him to sin!

It is always said, and can be true, the accusers come out of the wood work once the ball starts to roll i,e, the Me TOO incidents. Because accusers come out does not mean they are lying.
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