Ravi Zacharias talks to pastor Joe Coffey at Christ Community Chapel about answering objections to Christianity. (Photo by TMDrew)


Mar 12, 2018 by Alyssa Duvall

C&MA Denom Will Not Discipline Ravi Zacharias After Credential Inflation And Affair Accusations

According to a statement posted on its website last Monday, the Christian & Missionary Alliance denomination has decided not to take disciplinary action against apologist and author Ravi Zacharias after reviewing the accusations against him regarding an alleged affair and inflating his credentials.

"Ravi Zacharias has maintained his licensing credentials through The Christian and Missionary Alliance for 45 years. Along with all C&MA licensed workers, he is subject to the Uniform Policy on Discipline, Restoration, and Appeal," the statement read.

"Mr. Zacharias and his employer, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, have revised and clarified their communications to address these concerns. The C&MA has determined that there is no basis for formal discipline regarding this matter."

Zacharias was also accused of having an extramarital affair with a married woman through email. The C&MA reportedly performed a thorough investigation of the evidence "including interviews with those involved and a review of all available documentation and records."

"While it is not appropriate to publicly discuss the nuances of these allegations, the available evidence does not provide a basis for formal discipline under the C&MA policy."

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