Christian Leaders Push “Mental Health” and Trusting Medical Doctors Rather than Trusting the Jesus of the Bible to Deal with Life’s Problems
As we have reported for years, the field of psychiatry in modern medicine is the most corrupt profession within medicine, where one out of every five psychiatrists is arrested on criminal charges, where four out of every ten women are being raped in psychiatric wards, and where children are routinely abused sexually by their doctors. The entire field of psychology is based on FRAUD, as psych drugs have been shown to be no more effective in "curing mental disease" than placebos, proving that it is one's faith in the drug that makes them feel better. In 2012, Dr. Irving Kirsch, associate director of the Placebo Studies Program at Harvard Medical School, was interviewed on 60 minutes, where he explained that his research showed that antidepressant drugs were no better than placebos. Last year (2023), we published a study that concluded that the “brain imbalance” theory used to prescribe psych drugs, was totally false. And yet these corrupt psychiatrists have a very high standing in Corporate Christianity, with Pastors and other Christian leaders referring the members of their churches to these criminals to seek help for "mental health", as doctors are seen as the answer to all health problems. One of the largest "churches" in the world that guides millions of Christians to seek out psychiatrists to help them raise their families, is Focus on the Family, which was founded by a psychiatrist, Dr. James Dobson. Their daily radio broadcast is reportedly heard on more than 5,000 stations in more than 150 languages, with an estimated global audience of more than 200 million people. This week, they published a 2-part broadcast on "mental health", where once again, rather than discussing what the Bible teaches on "mental health", they turned to a psychiatrist instead. I have studied some of these psychiatrists who are featured regularly on Focus on the Family, and they all have a very similar approach to dealing with "mental health" for children, and it seldom, if ever, refers to Jesus Christ and the Bible. As you can see above in the description to Dr. Gregory Jantz who was on the Focus on the Family broadcast today and yesterday, "growing spiritually in your faith community" is listed right along with taking prescribed medications. Notice the emphasis on "faith community" rather than just one's personal faith. Several years ago Hillary Clinton was demonized by Christians for saying that she believed it "takes a village" to raise a child, as Christians claimed that this belief promoted Government socialism. But when "Christian" doctors state that it takes a "faith community" to raise a child, how is that any different? As I have shown many times, the U.S. Government and the American Church are essentially one and the same, as one cannot survive without the other.