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A case of alleged incest, sex abuse and murder against six members of the Mohler family of Missouri fell apart before trial when all charges against the men were dropped today. The six adult male family members were arrested in on charges of sexually abusing young relatives on a family farm compound in the s and s, allegations that sparked a much-publicized search of the farm for the bodies of alleged murder victims and buried glass jars that allegedly contained written accounts of the abuse. No bodies or written accounts were ever found, and no murder charges were ever brought.
A prominent Southern Baptist seminary president is apologizing for defending Sovereign Grace Church leader CJ Mahaney as the denomination's leaders respond to sex abuses allegations at Southern Baptist churches. Some of the perpetrators have been convicted, and remain in prison. Eleven people sued Mahaney and his former organization, Sovereign Grace Ministries, infollowing a huge sexual abuse scandal; it was alleged that church leadership covered up sexual abuse of minors, including abuse perpetrated by a man who was later convicted.
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A father and four sons await a combined 14 felony charges of sexual crimes against minors — all six of the victims are daughters, son, nieces, nephews and grandchildren. Based on an investigation from mid-August confessions from a year-old daughter of Burrell E. Mohler, Jr.
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Mahaney, former head of Sovereign Grace Churches and along with Mohler one of four organizers of a lucrative biennial Calvinistic preaching conference and book-selling opportunity called Together for the Gospel. In a statement dated Feb. That was due to a class action lawsuit in Maryland claiming that he and fellow ministers at his former church and ministry conspired to cover up allegations involving 13 alleged perpetrators and 11 child victims between and the filing of the lawsuit.
Albert Mohler Jr. Mohler, a prominent leader in the Southern Baptist Convention says he was wrong to support a Kentucky pastor accused of covering up sex abuse. The Rev. Albert Mohler first addressed the issue Thursday, Feb.
AP — A prominent leader in the Southern Baptist Convention said he was wrong to support a Kentucky pastor accused of covering up sex abuse. The Rev. Albert Mohler first addressed the issue Thursday in an interview with the Houston Chronicle.
The Rev. Albert Mohler Jr. Mohler first addressed the issue Thursday in an interview with the Houston Chronicle. For decades, Southern Baptist Convention leaders have used the lack of a central authority within their organization as an excuse for avoiding dealing directly with the sex abuse crises in its midst.