My sister in law and I are both Christians and we are having a debate: There is this local Christian car dealership. The owner hires people that are straight out of prison and/or are in Celebrate Recovery. I heard some bad things about this place...that things have come up missing from repo cars and that many people have gotten lemons there. Also, there is a LOT of personal information in the computers there; SSNs, tax return info, names and addresses, etc.
So my SIL and I were debating on what "the Christian thing to do" would be. I'm all for helping people out of a bad situation, and forgiving them for their past, but should a Christian business owner risk hiring criminals? If something goes wrong, he would look like a fool, or worse, he'd look like a criminal too. Or does he not hire them out of wanting to protect customers, and risk being called a hypocrite?
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I all for giving people another chance, but you need to earn it over time. The owner should have safety checks in place to make sure the rules are being followed. T
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