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Friday, September 10, 2004
 
Evil Beyond Salvation? ::

Isn't it interesting when people do not act the way you expect, and isn't it sad when they act all too predictably?

Peter Liddell's case was in the news again. A multiple child molester, who keeps reoffending, his latest conviction was for crimes committed not far from our bach. A lovely spot tarnished by human evil.

And then there's Glynn Cardy (Vicar of St Matthew's in the City) in SMACA - the liberal Anglican parish's newsletter. He knew Liddell years ago. Despite his Liberal Christianity he'd lock Liddell up for life and throw away the key. (Do read his well-argued, impassioned thoughts, they're worth pondering).

Can Liddell be saved?
  Could he be redeemed?
    Should he ever be released?
How do we respond to the stain of evil hidden behind a plausible manner and a winning smile?



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