Unnoticed and unremarked, Steven Sitler walked among us for 18 months. When Doug Wilson learned of Sitler’s crimes in April of 2005, he did not warn us; he did not inform us; and, to date, he has not seen fit to apologize for failing to alert the members of his church or the larger Moscow community to the presence of this predator in our midst.
If those who consider the term “government schools” to be divisive would step back from their posture of taking offense for a moment, they might realize that the term “government,” whether used divisively or not, is the descriptor that most accurately reflects the nature of the thing being discussed. . . .