Sadly someone very close to me was sexually abused, their family knew about it and they let it happen, for years.
They were Christians and talked a lot about "forgiveness", strangely absent was the Christian talk of "sin" and "retribution" - the perpetrator had developed a mental illness and the family did everything possible to keep the perpetrator safe from prosecution, it worked. Still lives in a flat, by himself, payed for his family and spends their hard earned dollars on smack.
The victim in this case didn't share the rest of her family’s enthusiasm for absolution and neither do I. She's ok now, been through hell but she's kind of tough but fragile at the same time if that makes sense, and a hell of a lot tougher than any guy I know.
Creepy and fucked up as Chick's tract is (and it is), it reflects the way some Christians actually think, and how their communities form a protective shield around the perpetrator while ostracising the victim. I have some firsthand knowledge that I sometimes wish i didn't have, and that's why I'm not a Christian.