It’s not as if it wasn’t obvious that Satan has invaded the evangelical churches too:
Last month, Seth Brown, the executive editor of the Biblical Recorder, a Southern Baptist newspaper in Cary, N.C., delivered a stark warning to Christians. He had become increasingly concerned about the posts some of his fellow Southern Baptists were sharing on Facebook. “If you start clicking through, it doesn’t take long to find out some of this is coming from accounts that are QAnon,” Mr. Brown told me, referring to the viral conspiracy theory that claims a cabal of left-wing, satanic pedophiles is secretly plotting a coup against President Trump.
Mr. Brown, an evangelical who has served as a volunteer pastor himself, knows all too well that pastors have little time to tumble into an online labyrinth of convoluted Q theories. So he wrote an explainer on QAnon’s ever-evolving machinations, cautioning readers that as Christians, they must “reject the movement’s fanatical and dangerous messages.”
Many QAnon posts and merchandise feature a Bible verse that is popular among white evangelicals, 2 Chronicles 7:14: “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”
In the evangelical world, this verse means that God will heal America of abortion and human trafficking, which is often described as “modern-day slavery.” In the QAnon world, it means God will free America of the satanic denizens of the “deep state” who are running a global child sex trafficking ring.
Nothing is more dangerous to the Satan-worshipping pedophist than the message that there are people who accepted the Devil’s offer to rule the world if only they would bow down to him. Unless, of course, it is the message that the Bible is literally true and the Christian perspective on good and evil is correct.
It isn’t so much fascinating as it is informative to observe how they don’t preach against actual sin or observable evil, but they don’t hesitate to preach against the truth.
An individual who, while not necessarily attracted to children or being a practicing pedophile himself, is nevertheless guilty of systemic and/or unconscious pedophilia by virtue of his support for, or defense of, individuals, organizations, and institutions that advocate, normalize, or engage in activities involving pedophilia, child porn, sex-trafficking minors, or political efforts to lower the legal age-of-consent.
USAGE: Ben Shapiro is clearly a pedophist given his public defense of the movie Cuties.