MUST READ: For nearly 40 years Ravi Zacharias has misled the public about his academic credentials. Here’s the evidence, plus the latest on his federal lawsuit against the married Canadian woman with whom he had an online affair.
Please contact Mr. Zacharias and urge him to publicly address each of these allegations. email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. His Dec 3 press release was dishonest and inadequate.
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RAVI ZACHARIAS JUST GAVE US YET ANOTHER REASON NOT TO TRUST HIM.
Mr. Zacharias misled the public in his December 3 press release. In that statement, his first public comment on his federal lawsuit against Lori Anne Thompson, he says this: “Subsequently, she began to contact me via the email address I had used to contact her husband after first meeting them. My responses were usually brief. Then, last year, she shockingly sent me extremely inappropriate pictures of herself unsolicited. I clearly instructed her to stop contacting me in any form; I blocked her messages, and I resolved to terminate all contact with her.”
This sounds innocent enough. Mr. Zacharias communicate with Ms. Thompson through an email address that both she and her husband had access to.
But the truth is that Mr. Zacharias actually gave Ms. Thompson his private Blackberry info and asked her to contact him through this “more secure” method of communication. That is how he received the nude photos. How do we know? Because that is what he told the Federal Court in his July 31, 2017 complaint.
Here is what he says in paragraph 36: “Plaintiff asked Ms. Thompson that she communicate with him via private BlackBerry Messenger (“BBM”)—a more secure method of communication than e-mail given its superior security and encryption capabilities.” (For his entire complaint see