Thursday, October 10, 2013

A Malmite Says: Children "Christened" In A Church Are Sacrificed to Moloch and Bound Over To Satan



The mind numbing stupidity of the Malmites know no boundaries.

Did you know that anyone that has their child "christened" is sacrificing that child over to Moloch and binds it over to Satan?

The practice of sacrificing / dedicating children to Molech (satan)still takes place today. The “christening” of babies is sacrificing / dedicating them to satan by their parents. More so in catholic churches which are full of idols. The catholic mass ritual sacrifices our Lord on satan’s altar each time it takes place.

The shear stupidity of this person is appalling.  Not on single thing this person has said is true.  Malm shows his total ignorance by posting such a thing as truth.

11 comments:

Byker Bob said...

I'd be more concerned for the safety of the Armstrongite children who are prayed for in their blessing of the children services. I know for a fact that the children sacrificed to the Armstongite "god" are for the most part unprotected from church sanctioned abuse.

Besides, sacrifices to Moloch, Chemosh, and other pagan gods involved "passing them through the fire". Archaeologists findings reported in a PBS special indicated that they had sadly discovered thousands of tiny bones at one Phoenician dig site. Christians do not do this in their Christening services. They dedicate the child to Jesus Christ, which is why they refer to it as Christening. The parents would not even in most cases know who Moloch was.

BB

Head Usher said...

A) To equate christening or infant baptism to "sacrificing a child to Moloch" is a ridiculous claim. As usual, Malm presents nothing to back up his wild, speculative, claims.

B) Who in the COGs does this anyway?

Anonymous said...

Better yet, name your kid Moloch...

Britain W. Stevenson said...

"Ohhhh...That's a cute baby!"

Joe Moeller said...

I didnt know that Pack published "baby pictures" of himself in his acclaimed autobiograhpy!

Joe Moeller
Cody, WY

DennisCDiehl said...

When I used to visit folk in state mental facilities or private mental hospitals, James Malms were a dime a dozen...

Anonymous said...

With each passing day the evidence becomes increasingly greater that these guys are heading for a mental break down.

Talk about post feast let down. One could not get any lower down than to equate a simple ritual to offering up one's child to a pagan god.

What kind of twisted thinking must one perform to come out with this? The people that sacrificed their children damn well knew what they were doing. Just because these people lived thousands of years ago, does not mean that they didn't have brains.

It certainly appears that James is listening to a spirit and that spirit is churning madness in his mind.

Douglas Becker said...

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where you exchange physical rituals for redemption.

Guaranteed to have absolutely no spiritual content in any of our products.

Anonymous said...

Is that a picture of what James Malm thinks his ex-wife's babies will look like?

Yes, James, she's having sex with someone else now, and it no longer involves your wiener.

GET OVER IT JAMES, AND MOVE ON- BEYOND THE BELIEF THAT YOUR EX-WIFE IS NOW HAVING DEVILBABIES!

Anonymous said...

"Ohhhh...That's a cute baby!"

Having a baby that looks like that saves money otherwise spent on Halloween costumes, so more money is available to tithe to the Marvelous Mister Malm Ministry.

Anonymous said...

Imo sacrificing your child to moloch would not parallel the christening ritual, but more rather abortion! In both scenarios an innocent child's life is being snuffed out for whatever gain the parents reason they'll get from doing so.

Besides if infant baptism is akin to child sacrifice then what about adult baptism? Is that adult sacrifice? And what about the ritual of baptism itself? Didn't non-Christian religions perform this ritual too? So logically if you believe all pagan beliefs/rituals are satanic and unbiblical then doesn't it follow that all Christian beliefs/rituals that can be sourced in the pagan belief system must likewise be satanic and unbiblical? If you think like this then you might as well throw out the Christian belief system itself for you cannot find 1 single component of Christian theology (e.g. baptism, death & resurrection of a messiah, sabbath, etc.) that would not have a parallel belief/ritual in paganism. And such a view is pure fallacy!