Kavanaugh at the Court of Public Opinion - Avoiding Mob Justice
One accusation (without corroboration) against Bret Kavanaugh, President Trump’s appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, threatens to derail the whole thing. As mob justice in the court of public opinion sways to one direction or the other, it is for Christians to avoid this. What would God’s law say about these accusations brought against Mr. Kavanaugh? Also, would Christians attend these drunken parties, as admitted to by the accuser? Drunken parties become a seedbed for a whole lot of sin, and young people subject themselves to this sort of thing.
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