Category Archives: Sexual Abuse

Mohler on Moore: Hypocrisy on Display

By | November 17, 2017

Audio recording of the above quote:   Mohler also appeared on CNN to speak about the Moore scandal. Below is the audio from an interview of Mohler by Don Lemon of CNN. You can watch the video here.     Will Rogers summarized my feelings on politicians quite well when he said, “About all I can say for… Read More »

Jake Malone’s “Self-Imposed Sabbatical” Extended by PA Court – Sentenced to 3-6 Years

By | May 1, 2017

Jacob Malone was sentenced Friday, April 28 to three to six years in prison after entering guilty pleas to institutional sex assault, corruption of minors and child endangerment. He also must register as a sex offender for 15 years. Malone and prosecutors had reached an earlier plea deal that called for a two-year minimum jail term, but Judge… Read More »

Voice of the Martyrs (VOM) Funded Abuse of Nigerian Orphans

By | April 24, 2017

After reading this article I would urge you to sign the petition.  I have placed three links to the page in this article where you can do that. Take action – sign the petition here. When I think of Evangelicalism today suffice it to say that my head is not filled with pleasant thoughts. I could write a… Read More »

Joe Crowley, Clergy Abuse Victim in “Spotlight” Dies on Easter Sunday

By | April 19, 2017

  Sacha Pfeiffer, one of the Boston Globe “Spotlight” journalists who broke the huge story of Catholic Clergy Abuse, has written a moving story about Joe Crowley. Crowley was one of the subjects of the Spotlight film; he died on Easter Sunday.   Here is a link to the story in the Boston Globe.  

Judge Rejects Plea Bargain in Former Pastor Jake Malone’s Rape Case

By | April 7, 2017

Michaelle Bond, Staff Writer for phillynews.com, has reported that former pastor Jake Malone attempted to plead guilty on March 29, 2017 to sexually assaulting and impregnating a teen who lived with his family. However, Judge Jacqueline Cody rejected the plea deal, calling the circumstances “way too serious.” The plea deal would have resulted in a two year prison… Read More »