The recent conviction of Australian-born entertainer Rolf Harris has left many with feelings of shock and anger. While Harris’ accolades are stripped away and artworks taken down from gallery walls, Bernard Toutounji asks the question: does a man’s crimes cancel out all the good he has done?
Bernard Toutounji is a freelance Australian writer and speaker with a theological formation. He has had articles published in both print and online journals including The Punch, Online Opinion and Mercator Net.
You can also follow his column at foolishwisdom.com