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What is “Molochochurch”?

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on April 24, 2019

ppt-jpeg4It’s not a medication, nor is it a Mocha Latte served in the church lobby café. Another spelling of the word can be “Molcamochurch.” The first version could be mistaken for an antibiotic, while the second could be mistaken for a benzodiazepine. Some background information before I reveal the meaning of the word.

Many deem their children safe at church, but the statistics do not support such a rumination. The first consideration is the fact that, according to the Bible, church orthodoxy (more specifically, the doctrine of Justification by Faith) necessarily exacerbates sin. Andy Young and I go into this dynamic in-depth in “The Church Lie and the Biblical Alternative.” While the church poses itself as society’s moral compass and agent of change for the better to draw people in, the message inside is that of progressing salvation by realizing the depths of one’s total depravity.

Consider some statistics, though a cursory attention to the news makes such an observation void of necessity.

Abel Harlow Child Molestation Prevention Study:
This study found that pedophilia molesters average 12 child victims and 71 acts of molestation. An earlier study by Dr. Abel found that out of 561 sexual offenders there were over 291,000 incidents totaling over 195,000 total victims. These are enough victims to fill 2 ½ Superdomes! This same study found that only 3% of these sexual offenders have a chance of getting caught.

Russell Study:
This study revealed that up to 38% of women were molested before turning 18 years old. This same study found that up to 16% of boys are molested before they turn 18 years old. Dr. Russell also discovered that only 5% of child sexual abuse had been reported to law enforcement.

In her book, Dr. Salter revealed that her own interviews of sexual offenders found them admitting to having perpetrated between 10 and 1250 victims. She also writes that every offender she interviewed had been previously reported by children, and the reports were ignored.

“It is critical to note that this abuse is no less prevalent within the faith community. In fact, there are studies that demonstrate that the faith community is even more vulnerable to abuse than secular environments. The Abel and Harlow study revealed that 93% of sex offenders describe themselves as “religious” and that this category of offender may be the most dangerous. Other studies have found that sexual abusers within faith communities have more victims and younger victims.”

As late as 1952, the atrocities of the Catholic church were sport for Protestants exemplified by the book “House of Death and Gate of Hell” published by Evangelist L. J. King. But the immergence of the internet eventually revealed that Protestants were merely better at hiding the same behavior. In regard to both churches, they have displayed, from the beginning and until the end, an absolute refusal to deal with the problem.  No justice for any parishioner has been through the hand of either church ever. In fact, orthodoxy itself prevents it.

Regarding the Catholics, one must understand that its foundations are grounded in Platonism and Greco-Roman culture which embraced pedophilia. Plato considered man/boy love to be the deepest of all love. In biblical times, “paidagogos” was a servant who protected young boys from the wooing of men. Regarding Protestants, as stated prior, its very orthodoxy is a catalyst for evil behavior.

For the most part, the parents of molested children inside the church still support the church. Those who don’t are usually excommunicated. In several scandalous instances like the Bangladesh missionary children of ABWE, the often-heard chorus followed: “It’s truly a shame what happened to those children, but you can’t destroy the church over it, which will result in millions of people going to hell!”

Hence, our definition is at hand. In ancient times, in the same way that Catholics have a god for every element of life (the soft term is “patron saint”), Moloch was the god that you sacrificed your children to. Protestants don’t have patron saints, but rather celebrity pastors. In all religions, degree of altruism demonstrates one’s love for said god, whoever or whatever it is. To sacrifice one’s child is a pretty impressive display in that regard.

However, one could debate which sacrifice is more humane for the child. Moloch demanded instant death; the church demands that the child victims love the ones who stripped them of all their innocence and a chance to have normal relationships throughout the rest of their lives. Yes, Churchians must “forgive in the same way you were forgiven.” And of course, the more extreme the violation is, the greater display of grace results. Hence, church counselors often persuade the victims that the atrocity is really an “opportunity to display God’s grace to a greater degree.” Besides, no one is innocent including children anyway, right?

Find one Churchian who will admit that their children are at risk in church because of the plain-as-day evidence. You can’t. Why? Because church is supposedly the only bus going to heaven, it must be kept from the junkyard. This may require the ultimate sacrifice to protect and appease the church god.

It is “molochochurch.” Definition: It is the sacrifice of children to the god of the Western church.


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  1. lydia00 said, on April 24, 2019 at 9:57 PM

    Very True. And people who have been subjected to this or advocate against it are often looking for a good church! Then they find one and start all over again because it never occurs to them the system and doctrine, while cruelly complimenting one another, are corrupt to the core. It’s a place where saved sinners perpetually sin and brag about it because in their world, that’s considered humble! It’s mind boggling once analyzed.


  2. Republicanmother said, on April 25, 2019 at 10:12 AM

    I’m sure I’ve frustrated some in the past by not signing my kids up for church camp. Being aware of the statistics, you’d have to be crazy to let your kids go.


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