An extensive independent investigation has exonerated Dr. Ergun Caner of all the false charges made against him by extreme Muslims and others and has been retained as a Professor at Liberty University. In spite of a few misstatements (which we all make and he has corrected), nothing has diminished his testimony and orthodoxy as one of the great Christian voices of our time. I totally support him.
Frankly, I am not surprised because Geisler and Caner are friends (see the picture below where they are "cutting-up" with each other). People, even Christians, will excuse their friends from behavior that they would condemn in other people. While this is understandable from a human point of view, does it make it right? Does it make it okay for a Christian, who is supposed to be committed to the truth, to excuse lying on the part of a fellow Christian who happens to be a good friend? I don't think so. I think it only shows the duplicity of Norman Geisler.