That “innocent until proven guilty” question: a response to Ryan Fullerton

When I post something about criminal abusers and their criminal enablers in our Christian institutions, I’m often reminded by many voices that our society works on a principle of “innocent until proven guilty.” The argument goes that until a person has been found guilty in court, the rest of us should believe he’s innocent. Continue reading “That “innocent until proven guilty” question: a response to Ryan Fullerton”