(Roys Report) An apologist with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) has sent a stunning letter to top RZIM leaders, stating that the ministry has lost trust “internally and externally” because of its handling of recent scandals involving its founder.
The letter also urges RZIM to apologize publicly and make “meaningful reparations” to Ravi Zacharias’ alleged victims should a third-party investigation confirm their allegations. The letter also urges RZIM to rebrand and to overhaul the ministry’s culture.
The author of the five-page letter is Dr. Max Baker-Hytch, a senior tutor with RZIM’s The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA) and a lecturer at Wycliffe Hall, a private hall of the University of Oxford.
Baker-Hytch sent the letter to nine top RZIM leaders on Wednesday, and it was leaked to The Roys Report yesterday by an anonymous RZIM employee.
When contacted, Baker-Hytch confirmed the..
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Editor’s Note. This article was written by Julie Roys and published at the Roys Report.
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