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Is Dave Ramsey’s empire the ‘best place to work in America’? Say no and you’re out

By Bob Smietana — January 15, 2021

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) — For years, Dave Ramsey has boasted that his company is the best place to work in the country. COVID-19 and a failure by a high-profile leader put that to the test.

Christian author Lysa TerKeurst faces her greatest fears

By Emily McFarlan Miller — November 8, 2018

(RNS) — When, in the past two years, bestselling Christian author Lysa TerKeurst revealed her husband’s affair and her diagnosis with breast cancer, she did what she’s always done. She wrote about it in a new book, ‘It’s Not Supposed to Be this Way.”

Catholic bishop in England resigns over affair with woman, calls decision ‘liberating’

By Trevor Grundy — September 29, 2014

CANTERBURY, England (RNS) “In some respects I feel very calm,” said Kieran Conry. “It is liberating. It is a relief.” But it may not be the end of the matter for the former Roman Catholic leader.

Isaac Hunter, son of Obama spiritual adviser Joel Hunter, dead in apparent suicide

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey — December 10, 2013

(RNS) Isaac Hunter, 36 and father of three, had resigned from his megachurch pulpit after he admitted that he had engaged in an affair with a staff member.

Vision Forum shuts down after patriarchy proponent’s ‘serious sins’

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey — November 13, 2013

(RNS) Vision Forum Ministries was geared for a segment of evangelical and fundamentalist Christians who profess a traditionalist understanding of Scripture, sexuality and gender roles.

Patriarchy proponent Doug Phillips resigns after extramarital relationship

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey — November 6, 2013

(RNS) Home schooling advocate Doug Phillips preaches a message of “biblical patriarchy,” in which a man is called to “rule over his household” and “the God-ordained and proper sphere of dominion for a wife is the household.”

Italy shocked by affair between young Gypsy and elderly priest

By Eric J. Lyman — September 17, 2013

ROME (RNS) Payments totaling more than $460,000 reportedly began with the aim of helping the family of the cash-strapped Gypsy woman but were soon made in order to prevent her from revealing evidence of the affair with an elderly priest.

Amid infidelity scandal, Dinesh D’Souza resigns from King’s College

By Lauren Markoe — October 18, 2012

(RNS) Dinesh D’Souza resigned as president of The King’s College Thursday (Oct. 18) amidst a scandal involving the married intellectual’s relationship with a woman who is not his wife.

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