For secularists to maliciously intersect into the Christian sphere through scientific language suggests they are a confused, prideful lot, given the dialogue between ‘faith’ and ‘reason’ are quite different, though they are often in agreement. Christians should therefore persevere, to engage as apologists and spread the Gospel in an increasingly hostile, secular world. It should be noted that sphere sovereignty is not designed to silence offensive people so much as it applies ‘poison pills’ to negate the damage rendered by unwelcomed cultural intersections imposing an antichristian dialogue to erode religious liberties. Whether secularists continue mocking God through simple language is very different from imposing a taboo against slandering God’s “people, who are called by (God’s) name” (2 Chronicles 7:14) and “justified by faith in Christ” (Romans 3:28). The civil rights of Christians can be well safeguarded by simply segregating the sphere of ‘science’ from that of ‘faith’.
Sensing opportunity to exploit human misery, clever people with insidious designs emerge to mold ‘the new man’ in the name of blind, selfish ‘love’ ― a love self-serving, often secular; or, in the case of an aspiring theocrat, the politicization and revision of religious doctrine beyond recognition — all characterizations of ‘the casuist’, shooting arrows like Cupid come Valentine’s Day.
One key platform within the Postmodern narrative is designed to deconstruct Western institutions along racial lines. The Arab Spring (2011-13) exploited the ancient Christian-Muslim rivalry in the Europe and Canada through mass immigration. This is designed to overload the welfare system, and to use the narrative revised to ‘right a wrong’ more than a century following the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. In the United States, decades of communist revolutions which transformed Latin America into a battlefront in the Cold War are being exploited through caravans and the Democratic Party’s complicity in ethnic cleansing within the Middle East and south of our border.
The idea by the Globalist Left to promote foreign nationalism is to underpin an internal dialogue vexing anyone daring to oppose the ruling establishment. Ironically, the Democrats’ ideal anti-Western society would reflect its favorite region of Europe, Scandinavia, closely connected to the Laws of Jante, of which ten laws immediately apply.
As a result of worshiping the old Jewish faith according to the tefillin, the three-pronged Hebrew letter ‘sin’, having ceased to hold relevance — for the number in gematria for ‘man’ is ‘6’, and the Jews, since the 1st century, have been worshiping three men (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob) as opposed to the Lord Jesus according to the decree of the self-proclaimed ‘messiah’ Nero Caesar (‘666’) — resulted in the ‘abomination that causes desolation’ described in the Book of Daniel, Matthew 24:15, and Mark 13:14. And because Jesus is God (John 17:3), is represented by the number ‘7’ and ‘777’, we, as disciples of Christ, are “to go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” (Matthew 28:19)
In America and Europe, the practice of ‘book burning’ is being repeated, one written about extensively by science fiction author Ray Bradbury in Fahrenheit 451 (1953). It happened during the Middle Ages, and it returned throughout most of the 20th Century. Public schools and universities have adopted ‘revisionist’ curricula and censor what the authorities consider ‘offensive’ about America’s past, including the Founding Fathers and our own Constitution. But today, it is not a theocracy or global dictatorship responsible. Rather, it is the corporatist media to which the Democrats have co-opted to fulfill the tasks that they legally cannot. What you are seeing today is led by extremely wealthy, powerful men and women in the media, the popular culture, even in the realm of financing and Wall Street — many of whom you can see; others you have not, nor will you ever.
Despite the formation of the union, Western military assistance to Constantinople proved decisively ultimately insufficient, and on May 29, 1453, Constantinople fell to the Islamic Ottoman Turks. The union signed at Florence was never accepted by most Eastern Churches. Perhaps the council’s most important historical legacy were the lectures on Greek classical literature by many of the delegates from Constantinople which greatly reintroduced the West to the ancient customs of Antiquity, a set the tone for the coming era of Renaissance humanism. All this translates to 962 AD, when the papacy had become irreparably corrupt. The new Holy Roman Empire spelled the end to Roman imperial rule in Italy after 200 years of Constantinople’s increasingly weakened position. After 420 years of relative peace beginning with the Edict of Thessalonica in 380 AD, the coronation of Charlemagne as the first ‘King of the Romans’ in 800 AD ended the honeymoon period of the early Church, and by 1054 AD, the East-West Split between Latin Rome and Greek Constantinople officially divided the Latin and Greek churches. In any case, the seed of the Beast system planted through Charlemagne’s coronation as ‘King of the Romans’ would, by 1453, be fully in place, marking the end of the Middle Ages and transition into the more secular Renaissance. By 1517 when Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five theses to the door of his Wittenburg monastery, the Beast system, for the first time under serious threat, mobilized along partisan lines to destroy the Protestant reformers through wars and purges that would kill millions of Christians.
“15 He will be eating curds and honey when he knows enough to reject the wrong and choose the right, 16 for before the boy knows enough to reject the wrong and choose the right, the land of the two kings you dread will be laid waste.” (Isaiah 7:15-16)
Once upon a time (or, about five or so years ago), two sides could debate civilly, providing information that they themselves found to be credible as to their position, even if the other party did not find what was claimed to be entirely credible. But today in the age of ‘safe spaces’, ‘triggered microaggressions’ and…
The scales of justice as they originate from the minds of men are all subjective in truth through their nuanced biases. The word of God is the lone impartial source for all that is, for life being imperfect, it therefore is wise to understand that custom reconciles us to all things, and God is the Creator. If that custom is based on the foundation described by Christ while standing on the rock during the Sermon on the Mount, it is the lone natural safety net one ever needs: through Christ alone can man do all things. But the true scales of justice lie in weight with the Lord who, through Jesus Christ, will vengeance be had against the lawless. Every secular humanist is an imperialist sharing a vile eurocentric vision for an international postmodern order, and yet cannot deviate entirely from his Judeo-Christian cultural imprinting. Thus a prosperous nation must also be a righteous nation, one balancing moral righteousness with the acquisition of legitimate wealth and prosperity. I thus offer Twenty-Five Points, primarily a synthesis of biblical and classically liberal themes in context, as constructive suggestions for securing America’s conservation of its cultural, racial, and ethnic identity on the basis of quality, not avarice.
In echoing Christ’s Sermon on the Mount during a June 16, 1858 address in Springfield, Illinois, Abraham Lincoln declared that the United States of America, as a house divided, cannot stand. In that heated Zeitgeist of antebellum America, the 49-year old future president did not believe America could endure as ‘permanently half slave and half…
Will the ‘Never Trump’ Republicans attempt to topple Trump in defiance of the people’s will? At the very least, Romney and gang will trot along to simply proclaim how they’ve “come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.” But in doing so, they might roll out the red carpet for the Left to make this possible.
On September 1, 1939, Adolf Hitler ordered the invasion of Poland in an egregious breach of the Munich Agreement from one year earlier. At the time, Western Europe’s two great imperial powers (Britain and France) still maintained hope that an answer from Berlin as to the motive behind the invasion might aid in deescalating tensions…