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Sarah Posner (sarahposner.com, God's Profits) and Kathryn Joyce (Religion Dispatches, The Child Catchers, KathrynJoyce.com)

On The Posner Show, Sarah and Kathryn discuss the latter’s new article on sexual abuse at Bob Jones University. How do evangelical institutions handle sexual assault? They discuss how victims of sexual assault are blamed for having their own sins, while their attackers often go unpunished. Kathryn explains why Bob Jones brought in an outside group, GRACE, to address the problem. Sarah notes a contrast with the Catholic Church in terms of not closing ranks to protect abusers. Can GRACE change the way the evangelical movement deals with sexual assault?

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Recorded:May 9    Posted:May 12, 2014
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The Posner Show | May 12, 2014 | Sarah Posner & Kathryn Joyce

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