Tagged “facts”

Moscow-Pullman Daily News op-ed: “New Saint Andrews flirts with muscular Christianity”

MPDN 5-24-17

“In 2010 the recruiting headline was ‘Yo, Secularism, Why Don’t We Step into the Alley?’ The blurb described the NSA faculty as ‘not timid in a rumble,’ and they wanted to make the students ‘dangerous’ so that they can ‘throw the lies of this age up against the wall, lifting wallets and the occasional gift card.’ It ended with ‘an invitation to a brawl.’” —Dr. Nick Gier Continue reading

Thursday, May 25, 2017 |

The Meaningless Oath

crossed fingers

“. . . . During all of this, I was fully aware that Natalie was only 14 and 15 years old. . . . There may have been times that I told her not to tell anyone. But what I remember more clearly and I think was more wicked was how I manipulated her. . . . Regardless of how severe the consequences, I can finally be free from this filthy sin and guilt.” — Jamin Wight Continue reading

Monday, December 19, 2016 |

The man without a verse: “Don’t I need a verse or something?”

featured millstone

“Such a man is held responsible in a striking way. If he scandalizes ‘one of these little ones,’ it would be better for him to have a millstone tied around his neck and be thrown into the sea. In other words, what is actually going to happen to him is going to be a whole lot worse than that.”
— Douglas Wilson Continue reading

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 | 2

On Official Kirk Protocol & the Marriage of Serial Pedophile Steven Sitler

Christ Church Book of Worship, Faith, and Practice

“. . . our focus here is on setting protections in the extreme cases. . . . The elders will investigate the situation, counseling any and all as possible. If the elders discover no good grounds to hinder the relationship from proceeding toward marriage, then the elders can refuse to bring disciplinary action against the couple seeking marriage, in effect, granting them permission to be married without the threat of negative ecclesiastical discipline.” — Christ Church Book of Faith, Worship, and Practice Continue reading

Thursday, October 13, 2016 | 4

Loose Ends in the Sitler Archive

What Money Can Buy

frayed rope

After their client underwent ten years of psychotherapy from two different clinics, Team Sitler heralded expert testimony from four paid witnesses to recommend that the Court give Steven Sitler free access to his son. And two weeks later, a $500 polygraph test revealed more about Steven Sitler’s behavior and thought process than all the hired guns combined: He’s a fixated pedophile and he acts according to his nature. Continue reading

Monday, October 3, 2016 | 7