The liberal rag that is Christianity Today is as toxic a workplace as many secular media counterparts. Alas, the MeToo Movement has come for Compromise Today, implicating tow former employees, Mark Galli and Olatokunbo Olawoye. Christianity Today published a lengthy article detailing their “ministry’s” failure to address sexual harassment that was reported in the workplace. Mark Galli, the former Editor-In-Chief, is reported to have inappropriately touch several women along with numerous inappropriate comments.
Mark Galli famously wrote that President Trump should be impeached over a Ukrainian phone call in late 2019.
The reason many are not shocked about this is that this president has dumbed down the idea of morality in his administration. He has hired and fired a number of people who are now convicted criminals. He himself has admitted to immoral actions in business and his relationship with women, about which he remains proud. His Twitter feed alone—with its habitual string of mischaracterizations, lies, and slanders—is a near perfect example of a human being who is morally lost and confused.
Despite complaining of Trump hiring criminals, it’s worth noting that in 2017, Olatokunbo Olawoye was arrested in a sting operation for soliciting a child prostitute. He is now a registered sex offender. Additionally leading up to Galli writing this piece he had committed numerous immoral actions with in business as it related to the women around him.
That status quo continued until August 2019, when Galli was accused of inappropriately touching three women in three days.
First, he walked up to a woman and hugged her from behind by surprise. A manager saw and reported it to HR, according to multiple people who were there.
Jaime Patrick, who succeeded Richard Shields as HR director in 2019, took the report to Timothy Dalrymple, the new president and CEO. Dalrymple, who had been appointed three months before, went to Galli and told him the behavior was unacceptable. It was a verbal warning.
The next incident happened the following day. During a group photo at a public outing, Galli put his arm around a female colleague and rested his hand on her butt. He kept his hand there, the woman said in a written statement to HR, until the photo was taken.
The article then goes on to paint Timothy Dalrymple as the figure who stood up to Galli. And Christianity Today touts itself for hiring Guidepost, the pro-homosexuality law firm, to handle its case. But before Mark Galli would retire in 2021, he would feel a woman up one last time.
Another incident occurred in 2021, however. At a gathering in Wheaton, Illinois, Galli hugged a current employee and ran his hand up her back.
“He effectively felt me up,” she told the CT news editor.
Mark Galli may have been an obvious pagan, but he projected his own immorality onto Donald Trump while claiming the Christian banner. The irony of these revelations cannot be understated.
Additionally, in 2021, Christianity Today released their Mark Driscoll podcast series which detailed the psychotic behavior there, despite the fact that Mark Driscoll likely runs a more biblical church than the producers of that podcast likely attend. The hypocrisy of this anti-Christian publication is tangible.