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Did C.W. Leadbeater violate two moral obligations??

Jul 22, 2007 09:40 PM
by danielhcaldwell


In January 1995 on the Theos-L forum, Jerry Hejka-Ekins wrote:

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The Issue here is that CWL (at least) gave sex consultation to
twelve and thirteen year old children, even in one case putting
that consultation into a coded note. CWL did not inform the
parents of his intentions to "instruct" (or even "advise") these
children in this area, and the children were made to swear
secrecy concerning it. Without even getting into the issue of
whether or not he also "touched" the children, he had already
violated two moral obligations. First, he interfered in an area
that was the responsibility of the parents, and they did not
abdicate that responsibility to CWL. Second, by swearing the
children to secrecy, he created conflict of trust between the
children, CWL and the parents....
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Quoted from: http://www.theos-l.com/archives/199501/tl00214.html

Did Mr. Leadbeater violate these two moral obligations?

Daniel
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