Religious academics KNOW they target Children with the LGBT message!

From the Church of England’s refusal to discipline William Yate when he was banished from Northland almost two centuries ago, until today, the churches have long been responsible for covering up those abusing children here in NZ. These same religious leaders are now openly targeting the sexualisation of Children into special communities with the LGBTQI++etc philosophy (that sex with anyone is ok because they claim our evolution from animals means that it’s only natural to follow our carnal instincts).

As lauded feminist lecturer Helen Bergin (Catholic Institute of Theology) claimed in her Auckland University School of Theology classes, “…life would be so boring if there were only two genders”. It was her desire that children be given opportunities at a young age to experiment sexually so they can chose their new gender. It was from these classes that Eugene Sisneros graduated while at St Matthews, only to take the Anglican Church to the Human Rights commission to normalise his behaviour as a role model for Anglican children. St Matthews recently held the thanksgiving service for the 2018 Pride Festival.

There needs to be a Royal Commission of Inquiry into NZ religious organisation’s child sexual abuse, modelled after the recent Australian one.

Loosing our Religion? or is it being stolen from us?

It’s now common knowledge, and has been for some time, that Christianity is on the decline in New Zealand. But why? In a recent article, Losing our religion: Kiwis losing the faith in record numbers, Professor Peter Lineham attributes the loss to a diminishing middle class society.

So what’s behind the decline?

Massey University professor Peter Lineham has studied religious history in New Zealand for decades, and says today’s society does not value religious commitment, as our free time and financial circumstances have changed.

“Historically, religion flourished among what we would call middle income people, the middle classes. Now today, that’s the area of tremendous decline in religiosity.”

This seems to imply that it is forces from outside of the church, our financial and leisure commitments, that have caused this lack of faith. Having just completed five years of religious education in this country, I propose an alternative theory. I propose that the rot has originated from within the Church, rather than from without. Here is why.

For four years I studied at the School of Theology based at University of Auckland. Lectures were provided by some of New Zealand’s most influential academics who were a mix of Catholic nuns and priests, Anglican priests, Presbyterian and Methodist ministers, and others including a self confessed “lapsed Catholic”. The staff were sourced from the Catholic Institute of Theology. The students included a range or laypeople and potential ministers from the various denominations, and were predominantly Anglican, including Eugene Sisneros.

This School of Theology was promoted, when I visited before I enrolled, as being “scientific” in the academic sense, and not into the hocus of former generations. What I expected from this description was that we would have access to the latest in archaeological discoveries, verifying, or not, the biblical text. After all, surely Christianity is based on historical fact. And that we would investigate each moral issue from every different perspective.

Different perspectives were presented, but not as I had anticipated, from each angle. It was in the presentation of these differing perspectives that I contend that Christianity is being stolen from New Zealanders. Biblical history and theology was presented from the Enlightenment perspective, that it was something created at a much later date because writing wasn’t known back then. With the Bible out of the way, the feminist theologians were trying to ban patriarchal structures such as the family and church so they can justify uninhibited sexual freedoms for women. We were descended from animals, it was only natural for women to be free sexually. God created us that way. Children grow up perfectly fine without fathers. The church was evil for it’s suppression of women. Men were evil. Men were not allowed to question in class. I wanted to point out that animals exist in a pure form of rape-culture. Homosexual theologians were trying to legitimise their sexual preferences and ordination, while suppressing the damage homosexuals have created within society and hiding the abuse. I could not question their logic or reasoning, I was straight. They had science on their side. The self termed queer theologians were likewise trying to legitimise their sexual escapades, because if it is good enough for everyone else to behave like they want, it is good enough for them also. Then there were the liberation theologians, non-whites who could blame white man Christianity on all of their woes, and join forces with the eco-theologians and were due large financial payouts so that they could travel the world promoting global warming.

And there was a category of theologians, who haven’t yet named themselves,  drawn from all of the above categories, that I will name Paedo-Theologians.

Paedo-Theologians are those religious academics who promote the idea that children should be sexualised, by the state, in state run schools, at an early age, so that they can experiment and chose a gender, and be trained up, by the state, as to how that gender behaves.  

And yes, we have them amongst New Zealand Christian academics. Children should be free to chose their sexuality, and the earlier they are identified the sooner they can be started on whatever medications/ drugs they need to help them transition. It’s wrong for men to try and tell their daughters how to behave. It’s natural for women to want to have sex early, men couldn’t possibly know what it’s like to be a woman. All of these statements, and more, came from our classes.

All of these Theologians had the common denominator of an Enlightenment view of Biblical history. There was no exodus, no David or Solomon, no literal virgin birth, no literal resurrection, no actual miracles. Jesus didn’t really say those things. Paul didn’t write that. All you need to do is love.

In the fourth year we learn Karl Marx was the way, the truth and the light. So that all that is necessary for the Church to do is preform Social Justice, and try and over throw the Patriarchy to make everyone in society totally equal and then life would be fair.

This is the way the truth and the life. All to be administered by the world-wide council of churches and enforced by the UN. All religion is the same anyway, so we are taught.

If you objected to any of this, you were intolerant, a bigot, a fascist misogynistic homophobe.  All you need is love.

So this has been the training Anglican, and other, priests and laypeople for the last 15 years. Students graduating from this institution are now teaching Christianity throughout the Pacific.

This education is what I term cultural Marxism. I’ll define Marxism as pitting the economically poor (oppressed) against the wealthy elites (oppressors). After a revolution, everyone becomes equally poor. The only winners are those at the very top who manage the system. They get remembered in the hallowed halls of Academia. This is their glory, this is their fame. Cultural Marxism aims to achieve the same levelling with culture; family, race, religion, gender. Wives are the oppressed, husbands the oppressors, women are oppressed, men the oppressors, blacks are oppressed, whites the oppressors, homosexuals are the oppressed, heterosexuals are the oppressors. Islam is oppressed, Christianity is the oppressor. The Cultural Marxist utopia is one where true is relative, morals are irrelevant, drugs are plentiful and sex is commitment free, everyone is free to do as they please for we are all paid equally by the state.

Cultural Marxism has always aimed to take away the middle class. Marxists know that the middle classes were the reason their wars have failed. Trump represents the middle class.

And with so many Catholics tied up in sexual abuse, it is not surprise that their Academia are fighting for sexual freedoms!

So while Peter Lineham attributes the loss of religion to outside forces, I contend that it is predominantly forces inside the church that are turning people away. Lineham notes that people are still searching for spirituality. They are just not finding God at a Church any more. When people head to church, this Cultural Marxist teaching, based on Enlightenment history and Biblical studies, is often what they are presented with. This is why the church is in decline. God is not there. Academia has stolen him away.

Rape Culture = feminist fantasy

It will be a contention of this site that the Western Rape Culture that feminist academics commonly claim that Western society men have created is instead simply an academic creation of their own sexual/ hormonal fantasy. It is not professed that all women have this fantasy, and it should be noted that in the latest study of university students Christian women were the majority of the participants.

The concept of sexual freedom, especially a women’s sexual freedom, was heavily promoted at the School of Theology based in the University of Auckland. According to the theory promoted in the lectures, the Bible has been used by both Christianity and Judaism to erroneously inhibit women’s sexuality and sexual experience all throughout history. They contend that women had been kept purely as sexual chattels without any say in how they lived their lives. Accordingly, it was now the churches responsibility to now free women around the world from the sexual restrictions placed on them by men using the Bible. To these Catholic nuns who taught us, the Bible gave men sexual freedom to do whatever they pleased, and women should therefore have equal sexual freedom to try every experience available to them. It should be noted that even a cursory reading of Scripture does not back these theories, unless verses or parts of verses were read in isolation from it’s cultural historical context. However, no debate was allowed in classes, especially not from a white male’s archaeological or historical perspective. One can’t help thinking that these nuns held a regret that they had chosen the wrong career for themselves.

While Judaism and Christianity were represented as being historically repressive to women in the Auckland University classes, Islam’s burkas and niqabs were promoted as offering women greater choice. They were presented as a freedom from the harsh requirements of Western culture to conform to woman’s magazines standards of glamour. They represented empowerment. To the nuns lecturing us, there was no differentiation between Christian behaviour and western culture, and there appeared to be little understanding of the consequences of NZ being a secular society. Each women should be free to make her own decisions regarding her behaviour, abortions, prostitution, and not interfere with any other woman’s choices. Abortions were necessary as the world is already overpopulated. Created by God as sexual animals, women should be free to enter relationships as they please. Prostitution empowers women financially. Power and control were recurring themes, both of which allows women to flourish. Women don’t cock-tease, men just lack self control. That’s not a woman’s fault. Together all of these things would give women control over their own lives, unlike traditional Christianity. The Bible was a man centred book so should not have influence over a woman’s sexuality.

But I have not thinking about religious things all of my life, and at the turn of the millennia I was flatting with a couple of prostitutes in central Auckland. I have seen first hand how the industry damages young women, and how easily they slip into doing things they promise they wont get involved in. How drugs can quickly lead to harder drugs, and how even though they can earn $1000 in a night, it can be gone as quickly, and they not earn anything for weeks. A flatmate got home early one morning and locked herself in her room crying for three days. I was shocked to learn many get raped by drunken drugged up clients while at work in Auckland’s premier parlours. Taxi drivers regularly take advantage of these drugged or drunken women after they finish work as they drop them home. Abortions. I’ve heard how easy it is for underage girls to use their sisters ID to get into the parlours. And then their young sisters try and hook up accepting rides with strangers in the same party manner but get horribly pack raped. They lose all respect for men and it’s hard not to blame them. But they are selling themselves as sex objects. I thought that feminism said that women were not supposed to be sex objects by men.

So me being me, and thinking that what I was hearing in these theology lectures was horse-radish, I questioned the nuns. No, I was wrong, it is a woman’s choice, apparently God gave women the same freedoms as man to experience what they wanted. But they are wreaking their lives. That’s their choice I’m told. And they would cherry pick stories from the Bible to back their claims. But when they retold these well known Bible stories in class, they always left out the part where the men were punished by God, sometimes losing everything and having their shame retold as an example NOT to follow. Essentially, these nuns were promoting women’s freedoms to act like sexual animals. When I protest that we are not animals, but created separately and differently by God, I am laughed at and reminded that science says that evolution is the truth women should be allowed to follow their natural instincts. I didn’t have the heart to tell this ageing fragile Catholic nun, who had been supported by the Church all her life, that out in the wild most animals just raped each other. Animal culture is rape culture.

But this secular academic teaching at the School of Theology, this promotion of sexual freedom, of equality of presumed power and experience, was in line with the rest of the University Arts Department (later renamed Humanities). Other examples of this sexual “equality” include the Free The Nipple campaigns recently on Auckland beaches which were promoted by Humanities/ Arts graduates throughout social media. European countries like Sweden are seen as model societies for expressing sexual freedom.

But what does this have to do with Christianity in New Zealand currently? These professors and lecturers are well published locally and internationally religious scholars. It was this academic theology taught by secular institutions that empowered the Gay and Lesbian Anti-discrimination Committee to take the Anglican Church to the Human Rights Commission to force the acceptance of homosexual clergy as role models for Christian family relationships. As in class, the Bible was to be kept out of the courtroom arguments.