This is not a pleasant subject but I'd be interested in Christian views. In another thread, I mentioned the name Jimmy Saville. The evidence against him is overwhelming and I think the only conclusion we are left with is that his levels of abuse both in terms of trust given to him by establishments and in terms of vulnerable people is frightening. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Savile_sexual_abuse_scandal So the guy's dead and gone. He was a presenter of the biggest UK pop music program (Top of The Pops). He presented a program that sort of made dreams come true (Jim ll fix it) - they would maybe arrange for a child to meet their musical hero or perform some feat. He was involved in a big road safety campaign. He's not a figure easily removed from the memories of several generations of Brits. The main British outlook seems to me to just erase him from history but I'm not sure that is right. It seems to polish some people's morals but it also rewrites history. So how should we deal with it. Should we pretend he never existed. Should we say yes he did but he was a bad man. Should we just mention "Clunk Click" (road safety) without the feeling that someone will pick you up because he was involved? Should as I did attempt to write a "discalimer". What if we were to talk about Hitler....? I'm not talking about personal levels of forgiveness (I think these are clearly answered and in any case I'm not personally affected), I'm just asking about sort of day to day approaches to say conversation that might crop up.