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Lament for those ‘suffering in silence’

Basket of cloth strips used to symbolize the victims’ pain. It reads: “Beloved of God, may you go into the complicated places with courage, for darkness will be conquered by light. May you go with resolve, for God has gone before you. May you go with hope, claiming the promise that evil never has the last word. Amen.” (Photo by Rich Preheim)

News | By Rich Preheim | Mar 24, 2015

For 40 years, women who had been sexually violated by John Howard Yoder were left suffering in silence while the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS) professor became one of the most influential theological voices of the 20th century. On March 22, 2015, AMBS publicly apologized for long ignoring their cries for justice.