Christianity Today has been at the forefront of the Ergun Caner story. This is the third article published by CT, the first making reference to "bloggers." http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2010/julyweb-only/36-51.0.html The subheading of the article is interesting. Ergun Caner Out as Seminary Dean Geisler, Ankerberg defend former Muslim despite non-renewal of contract. John W. Kennedy | posted 7/02/2010 10:41AM Take a close look at Geisler's comments. Norman L. Geisler, distinguished professor of apologetics at Veritas Evangelical Seminary in Murrieta, California, says the investigation's outcome vindicates Caner. "They exonerated him on everything except some misstatements on nothing that was crucial," Geisler told CT on Wednesday. "No moral or doctrinal charges were established; no culpability was proven." Geisler blames Muslims for inspiring the probe and "extreme Calvinists" for "shoving him under the bus." Geisler believes Liberty made a mistake in letting Caner go as president because it implies guilt. "People who know Ergun know he is a man of honesty, integrity, and Christian commitment," Geisler says. "The charges that he intentionally lied and embellished are totally unfounded." What are your thoughts on the coverage by CT and other news magazines, both secular and Christian?