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The Religion Story You Won’t Hear From Krista Tippet On Being This Week

A Christian evangelical leader associated with the International House of Prayer establishes a residential prayer group, which he uses as a source of extramarital sexual partners but is now under investigation under accusations that he arranged for one of his followers to kill his wife after she seemed ready to report that she had been repeatedly drugged and raped by other members of the prayer group. [Source].

Krista Tippet, how about you devote this week’s show to reporting about this aspect of religious life, On Being?

4 thoughts on “The Religion Story You Won’t Hear From Krista Tippet On Being This Week”

  1. Bill says:

    Is the International House of Prayer anything like the International House of Pancakes?

  2. Dave says:

    After reading a little on this, it’s really not hard to see that a sociopath tried to associate himself with the International House of Prayer (made me think of IHOP too) to establish credentials. Other groups who are actually affiliated with this church clothe the naked and feed the hungry. What’s your point, Peregrin?

    1. Peregrin Wood says:

      Only that, as you have done, writers of popular columns on religion emphasize the flattering aspects of religious organizations while pretending that the unflattering aspects of religious organizations don’t count.

      1. Dave says:

        What I have done is acknowledge both.

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