SBC Executive Committee Delays Decision on Waiving Attorney-Client Privilege in Sex Abuse Investigation for Another Week

The Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee has delayed a decision to waive attorney-client privilege in an investigation into alleged sexual abuse within the SBC.

According to The Christian Post, the committee decided in a virtual meeting on Tuesday that they would consider the decision for another week. At issue is whether Guidepost, the firm investigating the committee’s handling of sexual abuse claims within SBC churches, should be allowed to review materials between the executive committee and its attorney.

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SOURCE: Christian Headlines, Amanda Casanova