The Crusading Bloggers Exposing Abuse in Protestant Churches

FoThe Washington PostSarah Stankorb writes of the growing focus on sexual abuses cases inside Protestant churches. She writes, “Much of the credit for this quickening churn goes to a circle of bloggers – dozens of armchair investigative journalists who have been outing abuse, one case and one congregation at a time, for over a decade now, bolstering their posts with court records, police reports, video clips of pastors’ sermons, and emails, often provided to them by survivors.” So far, most of these Protestant watchdog bloggers are from white, conservative churches, highlighting a divide between black and white evangelical women. 

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