Doug Wilson’s ‘Reluctant Response’ By ROD DREHER • October 1, 2015, 2:09 AM Yesterday I posted a long item critical of the way people in the Moscow, Idaho, church community around Pastor Doug Wilson handled two cases involving young men who sexually abused minors. I . . .
The state is investigating whether or not the baby boy born to the pedophile and the woman that Wilson married has been molested by his father . . . and Doug Wilson thinks this is a matter to be laughed at, while raising a glass of Scotch to spite the critics? That is insane.
Doug Wilson’s leadership decisions directly led to the endangerment and alleged sexual abuse of a baby.
In light of the recent court proceedings involving Steven Sitler, and the resultant coverage of those proceedings in the media, we believe that it is necessary for the session of Christ Church to make a public statement of where we have stood in this matter, and where we stand now. . . .
Christ Church minister explains opposition to same-sex marriage By Terri Harber, Daily News staff writer Christ Church Senior Minister Douglas Wilson authors a blog called “Blog & Mablog: Theology That Bites Back,” so it’s expected his writings are meant to . . .
On June 11, 2011, Pastor Douglas Wilson of Christ Church, Moscow, presided over the wedding ceremony of a serial pedophile to a graduate of New Saint Andrews College (NSA). (This video is extremely large, so unless you have ultra-high-speed internet, you might want to let it stream awhile before you view it.)
In the name of the God of all grace, welcome. Steven, may grace and peace be multiplied to you. Katie, may grace and peace be multiplied to you. . . .
This morning I sat in a nearly empty courtroom and listened to arguments regarding the June 11th marriage of Steven Sitler and Katie Travis. The Department of Corrections unambiguously stated that they did not support this marriage. . . .
About a month ago I published an email on V2020 addressed to Doug Wilson and his elders regarding the forthcoming marriage of Steven Sitler and Katie Travis. I specifically named the elders so that in their daily out and about in Moscow you would know who they are and what they represent. Now, I will answer some of the questions that I (rhetorically) asked them. (They didn’t bother to answer me.) A degree of culpability for supporting this sacrilegious “marriage” covers all of them, but some actors are more deeply involved than others. . . .