Should a person has been involved in something scandalous be in the public eye talking about religious and moral issues?
What if there are accusations that they have been neither admitted or denied, but sidestepped?
How should we, as people who care about the things this person says, treat such a person?
Would it make a difference if the incident was before they came to their current moral/religious position? If it is after, would it make a difference if the person came clean?
Would it make a difference if it was something totally agregious like taking advantage of someone who is vulnerable (young, drunk, at a low point), or if it was just a moral slip up (like Mitch in The Firm)?
Would it make a difference if the person were totally no judgmental?