At what point does responsibility towards other believers kick in? If you know of a person who claims Christianity but is involved in something treacherous such as money laundering, what do you do? Do you report them to authorities in the government? Do you report them to their boss if they work for a Christian corporation? What if tons of people believe them to be good examples of good Christian people? Do you disappoint them by exposing the truth, and possibly turn unbelievers away who will be disgusted and see this as another example of why they don't want to be a Christian? Is truth really always best? I'm guessing most people will agree that truth is always the right thing to do, but what would you do if faced with it in reality? Could you really stand up for truth with a good conscience if you knew it meant giving Christianity a black eye?