(RNS) The Ashley Madison hack -- the public release of emails of wannabe adulterers -- has now ensnared a theologian with a famous name in some Christian circles.
Christians believe we are all born into sin, but few of us see ours in headlines. R.C. Sproul Jr. has seen his momentary interest in the adultery site on a public list. But the theology professor still has a lesson to teach.
(RNS) This false forgiveness is too often the result of the pressure professional Christians feel to forgive when they are in the public eye.
Are websites that facilitate the exchange of guns, drugs and sex "free speech forums," as many claim, or something far more sinister?