Moral hypocrisy is a terrible thing, but in the case of child rape, special disgust is added to the tragedy. Roman Polanski has been arrested for the rape of a teenage girl that he committed in 1977. Many question whether or not it is right to arrest a celebrity for something he did over three decades ago. Sure, what he did was wrong, but should Polanski be held accountable for his actions? On today’s show, Dr. Mohler notes the dangers of overlooking moral hypocrisy in any form, wherever it appears.
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