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The Most Evil Man In Evangelicalism, And Those Who Platformed Him

July 7, 2024
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“Of all the passions, the passion for the Inner Ring is most skillful in making a man who is not yet a very bad man do very bad things.”  -CS Lewis

Like all demons, he was obsessed with children. Shedding their blood was preferable. Failing that, he could always cut them up, scalp them, sexualize them, incite them to a sexual frenzy, or castrate them. The possibilities were endless, and exciting. Demonic appetite never ceases, and Mephistopheles was hungry.

To satisfy his lust, he would need a megalomaniac with a Promethean drive; someone appointed in high places and thus able to devour countless children. Who would be his willing vessel? Who would open themselves to such possession? Another Mengele, Ishii, or Zedong would be hard to find. To satiate this kind of bloodlust, his vessel would have to be soulless, unfeeling, very scientific, and more than anything, in love with power. But most importantly, they must claim to be a Christian. 

To prevent the foolhardy interference of the enemy’s children, his vessel must walk and talk like them. A demoniac wearing Christian-face appointed to the highest levels of government would indeed be a prize. Such a man could perhaps even maneuver those Christian vessels into a position more advantageous to his father below. Since Doctor Faustus, Mephistopheles had perfected the art of incentives. The right shiny object at the right time, and any soul was for sale. And with the right vessel, Mephistopheles would no longer need to bargain for the soul of man directly, thus revealing himself and awakening any spiritual intuitions in those Christians. No, that would indeed ruin everything. American Christians already live as functional atheists, oblivious to the spiritual realm. Best to keep it that way. His new vessel must be able to present the Faustian bargain on his behalf whilst he remains the puppeteer. 

On August 17, 2009, Barack Obama appointed Francis Collins as the director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Lauded as a hero of the faith because he professed belief in God while leading the Human Genome Project some years prior, Collins became a link between Christian institutions and the scientific establishment. As association with Collins meant a pastor couldn’t be accused of being some backward-thinking fundamentalist, Collins’s image became synonymous with a more nuanced, reasonable faith – perhaps even a faith that was academically robust. 

A year after taking the helm of NIH, Collins reportedly believed that “it is not possible scientifically to settle precisely when life begins.” In fact, before taking over NIH, Collins had already praised eugenic abortions ( when one prenatally tests the baby to see if they’re “fit” or “unfit” and disposes of them if they aren’t up to scruff) as something people “in our current society… are in a circumstance of being able to take advantage of” and something “we have decided as a society… needs to be defended.” And shortly after his confirmation at NIH, Collins said that establishing a new human embryonic stem cell registry was one of his high priorities. If Collins was indeed Mephistopheles’ vessel, the demon wasted no time in devouring his favorite kind of child: very small ones. After all, there are no embryonic stem cells without dead babies.

In 2006, three years before his appointment at NIH, Collins published his book, The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief, in which he explains how he found harmony between scientific and spiritual worldviews. However, what many Christians drooling over such a “respectable” and “nuanced” Christianity missed is that he defended research on preborn children, so long as they hadn’t been created expressly for such “research.” However his position on this also made space for pursuing scientific discoveries using “the sacrifice and destruction of ‘leftover’ human embryos from fertility clinics.”

Let’s start with something so disgusting and immoral that it defies explanation. In fact, if it weren’t so well documented it might have fallen into the murky abyss of urban legend. But it’s absolutely true. 

In the fall of 2020, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh published a study titled, “Development of humanized mouse and rat models with full-thickness human skin and autologous immune cells.” In studying how organs reacted to pathogens or infections on human skin, researchers grafted “full-thickness human skin” as well as thymuses, livers, and spleens from fetuses onto rodent bodies, creating what they call “humanized rat models.”

Humanized rats.  Remains of unborn babies, purchased from Planned Parenthood and the like, had their scalps removed and subsequently attached to the heads of lab rats. As head of the NIH, not only did Collins approve this study and thus validate its objectives, but he also provided taxpayer funds to pay for it. 

One year later, thanks to the work of pro-life undercover journalists, the University of Pittsburgh admitted to removing the kidneys from born-alive babies while their hearts were still beating. David Daleiden, who helped expose the University of Pittsburgh discovered that “Pitt and the Planned Parenthood abortion providers responsible for its ‘research’ abortions are allowing babies, some at the age of viability, to be delivered alive, and then killing them by cutting their kidneys out” for NIH grant money.

Collins used his post at the NIH to provide nearly $3 million to the University of Pittsburgh for this program. The university used those funds to develop a “tissue hub” harvested from the organs of fetuses ranging from six weeks to forty-two weeks in gestation. In other words, some of the babies they were picking apart were full-term and viable by any medical standard. Instead of being placed in a loving home, they were murdered and scavenged for parts.

What did Screwtape tell Wormwood? “Active habits are strengthened by repetition.” By the start of 2022, many believers had come to realize that Francis Collins either presided over, ordered, funded, or indirectly participated in the following while leading NIH:

·      Record-level spending on scientific experimentation performed on fetuses obtained from abortions.

·      Endorsement of unrestricted funding of embryonic stem cell research.

·      Millions of dollars in taxpayer grants spent on transgender research on minors.

·      Opposite-sex hormone treatments given to children as young as eight years old.

·      Mastectomies performed on girls as young as thirteen years old.

·      Millions of dollars in grants to an app program that tracked teenage boys’ homosexual activities including anal sex, all without parental knowledge.

Sure, Collins didn’t perform these experiments himself, but then neither did Joseph Mengele in Nazi Germany; both were just the overseers. Well documented and thoroughly exposed, Collins’ deeds are now public record. Surely his evangelical Christian bona fides are in the deepest depths of Sheol right? No major influential Christian leader or pastor would associate themselves with a man who might be considered the 21st Century’s “Angel Of Death”? 

Rick Warren. Tim Keller. Russell Moore. Ed Stetzer. David French. And many more. People often refer to these types as ‘Big Eva’ (Big Evangelicalism) and thanks almost exclusively to my friend Megan Basham’s unyielding pursuit of the truth, we now know that these “Christian leaders” and “pastors” platformed, praised, hosted on their podcasts, and drooled over Francis Collins as a hero, “brother in Christ”, and according to David French, “a national treasure.” As Editor in Chief of Christianity Today, Russell Moore appreciates the “Christian humility and grace of Francis Collins” and said “I can’t wait to see how God uses him next.” Before his death, Pastor Tim Keller thought Collins was sort of like the prophet Daniel. The new Dean at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University, Ed Stetzer, believes Collins is “a very committed Christian” who “works hard to show and share the love of Jesus” (unborn babies and gender-confused minors excluded). Rick Warren calls Collins “a dear friend… for many, many years” and says he is “a man of integrity… a man you can trust.” All of this happened long after Collins finished funding the Mengele-style experiments at the University of Pittsburgh. Like Lot in Genesis, these “righteous men” listed above also like to refer to pagans engaged in all manner of public evil as their “brothers and sisters.” 

If we can’t exercise the very basic level of discernment required to know who are our “brothers and sisters” and who aren't, then how will we know how and to whom we proclaim this Gospel of salvation? Therefore, it should come as no surprise that Ed Stetzer has recently admitted he was behind helping craft the “evangelistic” message of the He Gets Us campaign ad aired during the Super Bowl earlier this year. In what Stetzer calls “pre-evangelism,” every one of the images in their ad portrayed a leftist, intersectionality power struggle of the “oppressor” and the “oppressed,” as defined by our cultural elites.  

Though the stated goal was to win souls for Christ, it’s easy to see how the ambition of these Big Eva overlords has become mere cultural relevance and acceptability. They want a seat at the table. As the battle for souls and the culture has been all but abandoned by evangelical elites; the only prize they seem interested in is cultural acceptability. So, as our culture grows more and more pagan, the lengths these wolves will go to have only grown. This is why they welcome a man like Francis Collins with open arms. He represents approval by the establishment. After all, he’s kind of a big deal; he was on the cover of Time magazine. These incidents are clues that somewhere along the way these men stopped being Christian leaders, teaching sound doctrine and refuting false doctrine (Titus 1:9), and simply became institutional managers. To quote Megan Basham, they became “shepherds for sale.” 

Now maybe they had no idea - though I find that hard to believe. But any Christian leader who called someone engaging in this kind of activity a national treasure, or a spirit-filled Christian, or a brother overflowing with humility, wisdom and integrity, and who platformed someone like that through their tithe-funded podcast, has some major clean-up work to do. But after Megan Basham’s Daily Wire article that caused Big Eva to start collapsing in on itself like a dying star, Daily Wire reached out to those five men to ask if they had changed their views on Collins given these revelations. NONE OF THEM RESPONDED. And that remains true to this day. None of these supposedly godly Christian leaders has anything to say about his “brother in Christ” funding the live dissections of infants for fresh organs, sexualizing teenage boys, carving the breasts off of healthy teenage girls, chemically castrating children, praising eugenic abortions, and buying the organs of our preborn brothers and sisters. In fact, Megan Basham once found herself waiting to board the same flight as Dr. Moore. When she approached him to question him about his involvement with Collins, he promptly ran away. 

Indeed, Russell Moore once listened to a student at the University of Chicago question Francis Collins about the NIH funding experiments that harvested body parts from full-term babies at the University of Pittsburgh. As Moore listened to Collins twist himself into pretzels to explain why it’s okay to slice up kids for science at an event that he had invited the NIH director to attend, the editor in chief of Christianity Today had nothing to say. His only response to a student who has more of a chest than he has ever had was to say, “I don’t have to agree with every Christian on everything in order to see the fruit of the Spirit in that person … Nonetheless, I can respect him as a Christian.” Can he indeed? 

A Faustian bargain describes the act of selling your soul in exchange for knowledge and power. According to myth, Doctor Faustus sold his soul to the demon Mephistopheles in return for worldly power and pleasure. So what was the bargain this time? In exchange for cultural respectability and access to the inner circles of power, all Mephistopheles and Collins required was for Big Eva to stand back, not be a threat, and repeat the approved narrative of the federal government. 

Such men enjoy perks and privileges while rubbing elbows with political and cultural elites. Their names adorn bylines in the most fashionable magazines and newspapers. They’re invited to be guests on Sunday morning news programs and primetime opinion shows. They might even find themselves in a Rob Reiner documentary mocking all those backward Christians who believe in “Christian nationalism,” loosely defined as any effort to restrict abortion access or end the mutilation of children in the name of so-called transgender rights. To date, none of these men has apologized for his full-throated endorsement of Collins.

Russell Moore, Rick Warren, Ed Stetzer, David French, Tim Keller (in his day), and the rest of Big Eva all have one thing in common with the “progressive” revolutionaries of today’s culture: the belief that God’s children are indeed for sale. They only differ on the price tag and form of payment. Like Lot, if provided with the right incentives, our theological betters will not hesitate to toss God’s children into the arms of the mob. 

There’s a reason why Rick Warren is invited to Davos by the World Economic Forum every year but Pastor Jack Hibbs is not. There’s a reason why Russell Moore is CNN’s and MSNBC’s “phone a Christian” thinker and Voddie Baucham is not. There’s a reason why David French has a weekly op-ed in the New York Times and Eric Metaxas does not. There’s a reason why the New York Times would ask Tim Keller to submit articles, but not ask Pastor Douglas Wilson. Because the former are hirelings and the latter can’t be bought.

Discussion

The Most Evil Man In Evangelicalism, And Those Who Platformed Him

124,619 Views | 14 Replies | Last: 1 day ago by Thommy Come Lately
Steven Whitlow
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What a great article by Seth. Eye-opneing that so many leading evangelicals supported this guy. Crazy!
jrapert
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Very insightful. Thank you for exposing the truth and the wolves in the hen house.
Julieg261
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Thank you Seth for opening up the secret vaults!! I shared the cartoon of the babies being cu open and parts taken out for jabs.. it was sickening Eve in a cartoon to watch .. this adds to the validity of that cartoon.. we must stop the killing of our next generation and stop the multinational of this generation! Keep fighting for Christ!
Peskemom
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Hugh Hewitt- National radio talk show host in early Covid was respectful and deferential to both Fauci and Collins in his several interviews. Then Hugh realized the whole thing was a scam. I listened when he
Graciously but firmly confronted both of them in interviews and heard their shock- annoyance- refusal to consider they were wrong on anything. That hubris and pride alone was so revealing. I realized from then on Collins - whatever "Mr. Rogers/ Captain Kangaroo" demeanor he presents is a very evil man. And hiding behind a Christian facade is demonic. Your analysis is correct.
Dr Bruce
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"If I profess, with the loudest voice and the clearest exposition, every portion of the truth of God except precisely that little point which the world and the devil are at that moment attacking, then I am not confessing Christ, however boldly I may be professing Christianity. Where the battle rages, the loyalty of the soldier is proved; it is for the soldier to be steady on this particular battlefield. It is mere flight and disgrace to him if he flinches at that one crucial point." (E.R. Charles)

https://virtueonline.org/two-litmus-tests-christian-orthodoxy-moral-realm-culture-wars
ajq6574
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It is difficult to even read through some of the things Collins has funded. I can't believe any decent Christian could participate in any way.
Doc Chai
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And who is the Accuser of the Brethren? You are. Oh, and Satan is as well. My stomach turns when Christians decide that another believer is not Saved. (Biblically speaking, I will NEVER judge the Spirit of anyone who claims the name of Christif you have read the same Bible I read, you will know exactly how dangerous that is). And my stomach literally turns as I read this article. Am I a Doc? Yes. Do I know Dr. Collins? Yes. Do I know that you are grossly misinformed? Also yes.
My heart broke during Covid as my fellow believers turned like rabid animals on public health officials and physicians. Do you have ANY IDEA how you harm my witness when you slander people, repeat falsehoods, and advance absolute ignorance in public? In front of non-Believers? Remember what the NT says about having a civil matter brought before the courts of the unbelievers? What does the Bible say? And yet you absolutely FLOUT the most BASIC commands of the Bible as you 1-judge the spirit of a fellow believer; 2-bear false witness against a fellow believer; 3-air your hate for a fellow believer IN PUBLIC before the world. Am I wrong in my theology here? Please I am speaking the truth, and with restraint because of love. Please think twice about your sickening slander. And by sickening, I mean literally stomach turning slander against the BODY of our Savior Jesus Christ. Collins is part of the Body of Christ.
If you have something against a Brother, what do you do? I'm waiting. Because I am sure you know the answer. Go together and talk to this Brother.
Collins is a thoughtful and genuine Christian. I hope to say the same of you. I hope you will thoughtfully retract and apologize to your Brother. And to your fellow believers in ACADEMIA and medicine and science who struggle SO HARD every day being hated in Academics and ALSO BEING HATED BY OUR OWN FAMILY IN CHRIST. You make us look like fools and you kill our witness. STOP IT. JUST STOP.
If Christ be lifted uphe says. I will draw every nationare you lifting Christ up or are you stabbing a sword into His body?
Do you even understand science? No. Ethics? No. Theology? No. Why don't you ASK ME instead of reading hysterical BS online? Okay, I suppose I must create a rebuttal. Check out my Substack. Chai Society. Peace out.
Kdf9
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By their fruit you shall know them. Collins' fruit is not good IMHO.
RPS
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How did Collins respond when you asked for comment?
BSTN
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Doc Chai said:

And who is the Accuser of the Brethren? You are. Oh, and Satan is as well. My stomach turns when Christians decide that another believer is not Saved. (Biblically speaking, I will NEVER judge the Spirit of anyone who claims the name of Christif you have read the same Bible I read, you will know exactly how dangerous that is). And my stomach literally turns as I read this article. Am I a Doc? Yes. Do I know Dr. Collins? Yes. Do I know that you are grossly misinformed? Also yes.
My heart broke during Covid as my fellow believers turned like rabid animals on public health officials and physicians. Do you have ANY IDEA how you harm my witness when you slander people, repeat falsehoods, and advance absolute ignorance in public? In front of non-Believers? Remember what the NT says about having a civil matter brought before the courts of the unbelievers? What does the Bible say? And yet you absolutely FLOUT the most BASIC commands of the Bible as you 1-judge the spirit of a fellow believer; 2-bear false witness against a fellow believer; 3-air your hate for a fellow believer IN PUBLIC before the world. Am I wrong in my theology here? Please I am speaking the truth, and with restraint because of love. Please think twice about your sickening slander. And by sickening, I mean literally stomach turning slander against the BODY of our Savior Jesus Christ. Collins is part of the Body of Christ.
If you have something against a Brother, what do you do? I'm waiting. Because I am sure you know the answer. Go together and talk to this Brother.
Collins is a thoughtful and genuine Christian. I hope to say the same of you. I hope you will thoughtfully retract and apologize to your Brother. And to your fellow believers in ACADEMIA and medicine and science who struggle SO HARD every day being hated in Academics and ALSO BEING HATED BY OUR OWN FAMILY IN CHRIST. You make us look like fools and you kill our witness. STOP IT. JUST STOP.
If Christ be lifted uphe says. I will draw every nationare you lifting Christ up or are you stabbing a sword into His body?
Do you even understand science? No. Ethics? No. Theology? No. Why don't you ASK ME instead of reading hysterical BS online? Okay, I suppose I must create a rebuttal. Check out my Substack. Chai Society. Peace out.
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I felt confused and uncertain. Our lecture provided no guidance for the process of making ethical decisions. To be honest, I think our professor just needed to talk about the trauma he went through on the day he cut up a living child. I can understand that; he was a gentle, caring man and I expect he had been shocked to the core. The room was silent. We had no answers, either. And no absolution. We were medical students, not priests.
I quoted your substack above.

You're talking about a child, still alive, who was supposed to have been terminated, at the mother's behest, as they slept & grew in (what was supposed to be,) their mother's womb.

Your empathy lay with the creature cutting their leg off. He is a gentle, caring man. You ask for us to sympathize with him...

I can't grasp the horror of that. Nothing against you, personally- I can't handle your acceptance of it. You can lecture me about science & biology, I guess. But what theology could make this OK? And Ethics?

The world's an evil place. Collins has never seemed to mind.




DaudiO
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Agree 100% about the ruthless attack on his character and faith. We do have to stop this guys!
By THIS will the world will know that you're My disciples, by your love .. kindness and respect .. for each other.
In terms of his position on abortion etc .. that's a separate, albeit serious and disappointing issue.
BSTN
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DaudiO said:

Agree 100% about the ruthless attack on his character and faith. We do have to stop this guys!
By THIS will the world will know that you're My disciples, by your love .. kindness and respect .. for each other.
In terms of his position on abortion etc .. that's a separate, albeit serious and disappointing issue.


How does it not have anything to do w/ his character & faith?
Sweet Foot Slim
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I believe you are totally wrong but what I believe doesn't matter. I do agree that I cannot condemn this (evil) person's immortal soul. That is way above my pay grade.

What I CAN and WILL condemn are his EVIL ACTS. The act of harvesting organs from a living baby, or in my opinion, a baby killed for the specific purpose of harvesting organs is PURE EVIL. Again, to put it into simple terms even a scientist(sic) can fathom, the ACT is evil. Whether I believe the man's soul will be damned is not my call nor not really my concern. If the Lord has mercy on my soul and I get to heaven and find him or Mengele or Hitler hanging with God I will not question my Lord. I don't believe it will happen but it is not my call. I will love my God.

But I WILL condemn with every ounce of my being the EVIL ACTS and the EVIL coverup. If this (who I believe to be evil) person is pure and Godly and full of the Holy Spirit let him shout from the rooftops about his projects of murdering babies and harvesting their organs. A clear indication this just might be pure evil is hiding from the light of truth.

And, yes, I am a knower of science, a trained physicist/mathematician. God gave us the gift of reason to do good for His children, not to murder babies.
Thommy Come Lately
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What are you talking about Doc?

You claim the accusations made here are false, but nowhere in your response do you mention a single thing that is false in the article. All you have are emotional arguments about how mean it is.
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