Tagged “molested”

Protection & Propriety

Statistically, if you attend Christ Church and particularly if you board Wilson’s seminary or college students, your children have a high-ish likelihood of being molested or otherwise preyed on by adult men in completely inappropriate ways. Wilson knows this is . . . Continue reading

Monday, February 15, 2016 |

In the Matter of Serial Pedophile Steven Sitler

What the victims don’t know can’t hurt them

Jimmy Savile

On December 23, 2015, the Court granted Steven Sitler permission to reestablish contact with some of his victims and their families, if these people so desire; and the Court also ordered that the parents of these victims do not have to inform their children — the victims — that Steven Sitler molested them as a precondition of reestablishing contact. Continue reading

Thursday, January 28, 2016 |

On Repentance: The B.T.K. Killer & Steven Sitler

A Corruption of Justice Primer

Idaho’s Execution Chamber

“A repentant man who had done these things would evidence his repentance in his whole-hearted desire to be executed. . . . If he does not do these things, if his declared repentance is only an emotional sorrow that does not bear the marks of true repentance, then he should be excommunicated from his church.” — Douglas Wilson Continue reading

Saturday, January 23, 2016 |

October 27, 2015, Christ Church HOH Meeting

Transcript Part 1

Christ Church Kirk Dog

On October 27, 2015, Christ Church held a church-wide heads-of-households meeting to address questions raised by the sex-abuse scandals that had recently come to light. This post is a verbatim transcript of the first half of this meeting. Continue reading

Wednesday, December 30, 2015 |

“Constitutional Ban on Gay Marriage”

Check one of the sentences above. And if someone else wants to check the other one, and you challenge him, and he says, ‘Says who?’ a decent respect for those who know how to follow an argument should require that you answer the question. Imagine there’s no heaven. Its easy if you try. It sure is — above the killing fields of Cambodia, above German concentration camps, above the abortion clinics, above the Stalinist famine in Georgia, above the Aztec pyramids covered in human blood, above the bedroom of a nine-year-old girl being molested by her mother’s boy friend — only sky.
Douglas Wilson