Expert Ed Stetzer Gives His Insight On The Effects Of Ashley Madison Toward Churches

Ever since the Ashley Madison hack was released online for all to see, about 400 church leaders are expected to resign this upcoming Sunday. These range from pastors and deacons to various church staff members in the United States and Canada.

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Ed Stetzer is a renowned expert on church leadership, and is also a contributing editor for Christian Today. He is even the executive editor for Facts & Trends, a Christian leadership publication. Stetzer says that his numbers come from “conversations with leaders from several denominations in the U.S. and Canada.” Afterward, he says that “the number of pastors and church leaders on Ashley Madison is much lower than the number of those looking to have an affair.” On top of it all, Stetzer’s claims are well-researched and more than likely to occur.

Just recently, reality TV star and religious conservative Josh Duggar was publicly revealed to have an Ashley Madison account, as well as Christian YouTube vlogger Sam Rader.

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