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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Statement on social justice

Christians are finally beginning to realize that their churches, and their church leaderships, have been infested and converged by Satanically-inspired SJWs:
In view of questionable sociological, psychological, and political theories presently permeating our culture and making inroads into Christ's church, we wish to clarify certain key Christian doctrines and ethical principles prescribed in God’s Word. Clarity on these issues will fortify believers and churches to withstand an onslaught of dangerous and false teachings that threaten the gospel, misrepresent Scripture, and lead people away from the grace of God in Jesus Christ.

Specifically, we are deeply concerned that values borrowed from secular culture are currently undermining Scripture in the areas of race and ethnicity, manhood and womanhood, and human sexuality. The Bible’s teaching on each of these subjects is being challenged under the broad and somewhat nebulous rubric of concern for “social justice.” If the doctrines of God’s Word are not uncompromisingly reasserted and defended at these points, there is every reason to anticipate that these dangerous ideas and corrupted moral values will spread their influence into other realms of biblical doctrines and principles.

We submit these affirmations and denials for public consideration, not with any pretense of ecclesiastical authority, but with an urgency that is mixed with deep joy and sincere sorrow. The rapidity with which these deadly ideas have spread from the culture at large into churches and Christian organizations—including some that are evangelical and Reformed—necessitates the issuing of this statement now.

In the process of considering these matters we have been reminded of the essentials of the faith once for all handed down to the saints, and we are re-committed to contend for it. We have a great Lord and Savior, and it is a privilege to defend his gospel, regardless of cost or consequences. Nevertheless, while we rejoice in that privilege, we grieve that in doing so we know we are taking a stand against the positions of some teachers whom we have long regarded as faithful and trustworthy spiritual guides. It is our earnest prayer that our brothers and sisters will stand firm on the gospel and avoid being blown to and fro by every cultural trend that seeks to move the Church of Christ off course. We must remain steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord.

The Apostle Paul’s warning to the Colossians is greatly needed today: “See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ” (Colossians 2:8). The document that follows is an attempt to heed that apostolic command. We invite others who share our concerns and convictions to unite with us in reasserting our unwavering commitment to the teachings of God’s Word articulated in this statement. Therefore, for the glory of God among his Church and throughout society, we offer the following affirmations and denials.
It's a cuckservative statement, weak and Biblically suspect on race, nations, and women, but it's otherwise rather good. The denials tend to be stronger stuff than the affirmations. Regardless, the fact is that tolerance, equality, progress, inclusivity, and diversity are not merely wrong, they are evil, and can be clearly observed to be so by their fruit. Given what has been done to the Christian church, inside and out, in the name of the gospel of anti-racism, it's rather remarkable that so many Christians continue to cling to the idea that racism is not only a sin, but the greatest sin of all.

I suspect Christians would better understand their current theological plight if Judeo-Christianity were referred to by a more historically and theologically accurate name: Phariseo-Christianity.

In any event, it is long past time for Christians to expel the SJWs from their midst. Let the inquisitions, the unseatings, and the excommunications begin!

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70 Comments:

Blogger Al From Bay Shore September 12, 2018 5:11 AM  

You cannot have "anti-racism" as a high moral principle. It's not a principle, it's a weapon used to undermine actual principles. In fact, racism is a right expressed as the right of belief and the right of voluntary association.

Blogger Lucas Evans September 12, 2018 5:16 AM  

Christians need to realize modern "Judaism" is simply re-branded Phariseeism. That should put a lot of the poz affecting the Church into perspective.

Blogger Gettimothy September 12, 2018 5:33 AM  

Let the inquisitions, the unseatings, and the excommunications begin!

Defenestrations too!



Blogger DJT September 12, 2018 5:41 AM  

Theology and morals are not subject to a vote, not even the vote of a church body. We are only the present custodians of the church, not its owners. Let the modern "Christian," full of pride, hubris, and prelest (spiritual delusion) understand.

If we break with our forefathers, what they believed, in every century to the Apostles, we only put ourselves out of the church.

Blogger Robert What? September 12, 2018 5:43 AM  

@Lucas Evans,

Modern Judaism is so removed from the OT you can really categorize it as a totally different religion. Modern Jews revere the Babylonian Talmud, not the OT. They make a show out of revering the Torah, but virtually nothing in their lives is guided by the moral code within. The ceremonial code, yes, but the moral code not a bit.

Blogger The Kurgan September 12, 2018 5:45 AM  

Indeed. And I’m indeed starting to do just this.
Recruiting for Inquisitors and Crusaders as we speak.

Blogger #6277 Hammer September 12, 2018 5:55 AM  

The Kurgan - "Recruiting for Inquisitors and Crusaders as we speak."

Where do I sign up?

Blogger DJT September 12, 2018 5:56 AM  

It's a cuckservative statement, weak and Biblically suspect on race, nations, and women

And speaking of women, has anyone ever been to Amish country and noticed how
typically beautiful the women are? They dress modestly, cover their hair, and see themselves as supporters of their husbands. All according to the apostolic command. This kind of faith in action has ramifications for both the body and the soul.

Though the Amish are Anabaptist heretics, I give them a great respect and I think God will overlook their faulty beliefs more readily than most Protestant sects, because they take life so seriously.

Plus they embody a white nation that is extremely cohesive and is rapidly growing. You either follow their ways, or you are expelled. (There is only a faint line between their religion and their ethnicity.) God bless them.

Blogger DJT September 12, 2018 6:01 AM  

Judaism underwent a massive reformation after Christianity arose. They even rewrote their scriptures in a futile effort to discredit Christian interpretation of prophecy. Post Temple Judaism is nothing like the Judaism of the OT or of Christ's day.

That's why, if your Bible's OT is descended from the Masoretic Text ("original" Hebrew), or if your Bible only has 66 books, get thee a Septuagint. Your scriptures are converged.

Blogger Duke Norfolk September 12, 2018 6:57 AM  

I'm certainly far from being able to make a judgement about this statement, but I applaud this effort to make a stand against the continued degradation of Christianity. Even if it does fall a bit short of the desired strength, and possibly, forthrightness.

At least it gives people a good tool to fight back. It can certainly be overwhelming to fend off the SJ rhetoric and parse all the interpretive challenges.

Blogger CM September 12, 2018 6:58 AM  

I suspect Christians would better understand their current theological plight if Judeo-Christianity were referred to by a more historically and theologically accurate name: Phariseo-Christianity.

Yes. It is more honest and more recognizable. Judeo-Christian always meant Torah to me, but that itself is wrapped up in Christianity, making that use of judeo-christian redundant.

Phariseo makes it clear it refers to something mutated from what Christ upheld, validated, and fulfilled.

Blogger Duke Norfolk September 12, 2018 7:03 AM  

This sentence is suspect:

"We affirm that societies must establish laws to correct injustices that have been imposed through cultural prejudice."

It certainly requires some expanding upon before I could accept it. It frankly sounds a lot like what they are ostensibly fighting against. But maybe I'm missing something.

Blogger urthshu September 12, 2018 7:10 AM  

>>And speaking of women, has anyone ever been to Amish country and noticed how
typically beautiful the women are?

Heh. Ive been there. This is an hysterical statement. They've got the Innsmouth Look.

Blogger FrankNorman September 12, 2018 7:10 AM  

When you realise what you are looking at, it becomes obvious that the SJW's and "progressive Left" in general are spiritually the same as those ancient Pharisees.
1) The constant virtue-signalling - everything is done of the approval of each other.
2) The judgemental mindset, and ever-changing rules.
3) The desire to find any excuse to report people for supposed offences.

Suddenly one day this came together in my mind - isn't this what Jesus had to deal with? People asking Him questions not out of any desire to learn, but so that they could find something to accuse Him over.

Blogger McChuck September 12, 2018 7:15 AM  

Mark 7:27 But Jesus said unto her, Let the children first be filled: for it is not meet to take the children's bread, and to cast it unto the dogs.

Blogger Duke Norfolk September 12, 2018 7:22 AM  

Well, I've now read all of it and it's significantly cucky. Especially the race and racism parts. Outright lefty anti-racist pablum as I look at it. They're still most scared of this issue above all.

Blogger basementhomebrewer September 12, 2018 7:30 AM  

Duke Norfolk wrote:Well, I've now read all of it and it's significantly cucky. Especially the race and racism parts. Outright lefty anti-racist pablum as I look at it. They're still most scared of this issue above all.

True, but it's a step in the right direction from what has been the trend. They did outright reject the teaching of social issue in church, and went against the grain on who can and can't be racist. The heresy section and the statement that some cultures are better than others were encouraging to see as well.

Blogger Rantor September 12, 2018 7:37 AM  

Check out Pulpit and Pen to read about how butt hurt the supposedly mainstream and left wing church leaders are responding. They are responding as if personally threatened by the statement.

Blogger Stilicho September 12, 2018 7:39 AM  

@duke, they are afraid of being called raciss if they speak the truth. You can tell from the way they word those statements that the see the truth but are afraid to acknowledge it. That and they have not grasped the fact that the potential for salvation in all in any way requires ignoring inherent differences or incompatibilities among races. God himself created the nation's, who are these cucks to put them aside for the pirpose of virtue-signaling?

Blogger Kirk Forlatt September 12, 2018 7:55 AM  

Amusing to see Joey Pipa and Phil Johnson on the list of signers. Two major churchcucks, especially Pipa, who has poisoned generations of young seminarians at GPTS with his "racism is evil, evil, evil!" screeds.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan September 12, 2018 8:03 AM  

If you're tailgating isms, ists and phobias I would hazard a guess that leaves little room for Christianity.

Blogger Nate September 12, 2018 8:05 AM  

"'In any event, it is long past time for Christians to expel the SJWs from their midst. Let the inquisitions, the unseatings, and the excommunications begin"

We Make Methodism Great Again in 2019. For 50 years we've fought with the evil invaders. At long last we have scheduled a giant general conference to deal with the issue once and for all. The end result is already decided. Church doctrine... that homosexuality is incompatible with a Christian lifestyle... will be reaffirmed and the power to punish, remove, and defrock those who teach otherwise or preach will be granted to the appropriate people to enforce the doctrine. The Fake Methodists will split and run for the hills... wailing and screaming insults...

We Christian Methodists that remain... will no doubt regret not burning the heretics instead.

Blogger VD September 12, 2018 8:08 AM  

We Christian Methodists that remain... will no doubt regret not burning the heretics instead.

(nods) Best of luck with the conference. Show no mercy.

Amusing to see Joey Pipa and Phil Johnson on the list of signers.

It's an attempt to co-opt the reaction. But it's informative that they feel the need to do so.

Blogger dienw September 12, 2018 8:16 AM  

The document will not stop social justice for it does not confront the primary infection: liberalism; do do so, the church has to go all the way back to the mid 19th century. Unfortunately, it is more likely that new denominations will spring up as they have in the past which will re-affirm scriptural principles.

Blogger JACIII September 12, 2018 8:18 AM  

it's rather remarkable that so many Christians continue to cling to the idea that racism is not only a sin, but the greatest sin of all.

This. A thousand times this.

I. Thou shall not be racist.
....


You will never see a "Ten Commandments of Current Year" because it would require 100 pages of lawyer weasel words per commandment, but it sure would be fun to get an SJW to do one. They are so far from the values of normal people that normies would reflexively recoil in disgust.

Codes of Conduct is as close as they will ever get.

Blogger basementhomebrewer September 12, 2018 8:22 AM  

Rantor wrote:Check out Pulpit and Pen to read about how butt hurt the supposedly mainstream and left wing church leaders are responding. They are responding as if personally threatened by the statement.

The test is going to be how they react to the coming criticism. The Churchians are going to attack them viciously. If they back down, even a little bit, the whole thing will eventually fail. If they react by hardening their stance, clean out some of the cuck language and forcefully push back, then we will know that God is at work.

Blogger Peaceful Poster September 12, 2018 8:26 AM  

Tolerance, equality, progress, inclusivity, and diversity.

Barf.

Blogger dienw September 12, 2018 8:31 AM  

Rantor wrote:Check out Pulpit and Pen to read about how butt hurt the supposedly mainstream and left wing church leaders are responding. They are responding as if personally threatened by the statement.

They are threatened and they know it: if enough people wake up, the latter will make the connection to the original infection; hopefully discipline and expulsion will occur; but it is more likely that new denominations will arise; the reformed Lutherans might survive; but I doubt the Episcopalians except for the Reformed Episcopalians will survive.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan September 12, 2018 8:34 AM  

I don't know basementhomebrewer if the old models of conservative fail still apply in full. If these gents actually dare and succeed in contesting the moral level it still might be messy but they will survive, but if they fall back to defend themselves on the intellectual level yeah they will be trounced and lose just about all hope of even retaining their Golden Bow Ties.

Blogger FrankNorman September 12, 2018 8:43 AM  

If a movement to "Make Methodism Great Again" or suchlike is successful, I foresee that the SJWs will run crying to the secular authorities, demanding that they step in to enforce Social Justice doctrine in the churches.

Won't fly in free countries, but in places like Canada I'd imagine there would be a government-approved fake church, and a real Christian church that operated off the radar.

Blogger Didas Kalos September 12, 2018 8:45 AM  

Disagree. Septuagint is not good. There are only 66 books.

Blogger Cluebat Vanexodar September 12, 2018 8:54 AM  

"It's a cuckservative statement..."
I suspect the author realizes that some sheep are not prepared for the red pill.

Blogger Alphaeus September 12, 2018 9:09 AM  

"The rapidity with which these deadly ideas have spread from the culture at large into churches and Christian organizations—including some that are evangelical and Reformed—necessitates the issuing of this statement now."

Rapidity? I knew we were in trouble back in '62 when the Supreme Court outlawed prayer and Bible reading in the government skools. I was only 3 years old, and I wasn't even a Christian yet, but I could smell the Sulphur, some how, though I didn't know what the stench was exactly.

http://www.free2pray.info/2schoolprayerrulings.html

Senator Sam Ervin of North Carolina said, "I should like to ask whether we would be far wrong in saying that in this decision the Supreme Court has held that God is unconstitutional and for that reason the public school must be segregated against Him?"

So, some people knew, and some people even said something, but, most people are sofa king drooling retard stupid that they just went on their way, chewing their cud. And now it's too late, America is dead inside and unless there is a Resurrection of the dead we ain't coming back.

Fortunately I believe in Resurrections, but I never presume them.

Blogger I’ve Seen Things You People Wouldn’t Believe September 12, 2018 9:12 AM  

Nate wrote:"'In any event, it is long past time for Christians to expel the SJWs from their midst. Let the inquisitions, the unseatings, and the excommunications begin"

We Make Methodism Great Again in 2019. For 50 years we've fought with the evil invaders. At long last we have scheduled a giant general conference to deal with the issue once and for all. The end result is already decided. Church doctrine... that homosexuality is incompatible with a Christian lifestyle... will be reaffirmed and the power to punish, remove, and defrock those who teach otherwise or preach will be granted to the appropriate people to enforce the doctrine. The Fake Methodists will split and run for the hills... wailing and screaming insults...

We Christian Methodists that remain... will no doubt regret not burning the heretics instead.



I hope you are right, but I suspect TPTB will find a way to render it toothless in reality. Much like Muh Constitution, the heretics will simply ignore it and break out the guitar music to drown out reality.

They can't even bring themselves to talk about, much less condemn, abortion.

At our Independence Day Service, I had to sit and watch the fedora-wearing "contemporary worship leader" stroll up and down the aisles of our $10MM church, earnestly singing "We Shall Overcome" to an 99.9% white congregation.

"Overcoming" what, exactly, he didn't say.

We even got to hear about the evils of "colonialism",along with the usual self-flagellation over "racism" and "sexism" and praise for "refugees". They topped it all off with the Boomer Gospel readings of Reagan's "Shining City on The Hill" and MLK's "Letter from a Birmingham Jail".

I think Jesus made a cameo appearance, but I walked out and might have missed it.

We're actively looking for another church. Maybe next time we can find a Christian one.

Blogger McChuck September 12, 2018 9:20 AM  

1 Corinthians 14:34 Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience, as also saith the law.

Blogger Nihil Dicit September 12, 2018 9:26 AM  

it's rather remarkable that so many Christians continue to cling to the idea that racism is not only a sin, but the greatest sin of all.

Given that "racist" is the most damning label you can hang on SWPLs, it's not all that remarkable. The threat of being ostracized for the Farce Book cluckfest is their primary motivating fear.

Blogger Duke Norfolk September 12, 2018 10:01 AM  

@20

I saw some woman identified as with Sheologians. I took a quick look and apparently it's a podcast that may not be as bad as the name implies, but it's surely suspect.

I figured on feminist, but apparently they signal against it. But without listening it's hard to know exactly where they come done. Not that I'll be spending time doing that.

Blogger Beau September 12, 2018 10:55 AM  

The statement on social justice is an answer to prayer. Specifically this one posted on Gab yesterday:

Heavenly Father,

Let the gospel be preached clearly, powerfully, and boldly in open view of all. Exorcise deviancy. Call your bride to holiness. Strip off doctrines of demons. Let the blood of Jesus be honored again as our only sufficient sacrifice for salvation. Call sinners to repentance and saints to service. For Jesus. amen


The scripture that comes to mind is Isaiah 42:3, "A bruised reed he will not break, a smoldering flax he will not extinguish." Apropos of both the church-at-large and Gab, and maybe even of ourselves. Pray for the full awakening of the church, the salvation of the lost, and ourselves at our Lord's service.

Blogger ocean of condescension September 12, 2018 10:59 AM  

The Babylon Bee is the leading inquisitor in this early phase of Inquisition 2.0. The founder of that website recently launched the Christian Daily Report, a news aggregator similar to Infogalactic News if less creative in story titles. Worth a bookmark.

https://www.christiandailyreporter.com/

Blogger dadofhomeschoolers September 12, 2018 11:04 AM  

#8 DJT, You know why you take two Amish with you when you go fishing? Cuz if you take just one, he'll drink all your beer.
From the outside it's all neat and tidy, but if you are in the know, you can see that a turn of the collar, placement of the lace, the tires on your scooter, are all signs of pushing the envelope. The Amish are like every other people group on the planet. There are people in the group across the whole spectrum.
And you think the Pharasee's are bad? In the looks department, they are really pretty, or they are really plain, there doesn't seem to be much in the middle.
And since most of the recipe's in the Amish cookbook start with a pound of butter and 4 cups of sugar, they have a tendency to blimp up as time goes on.
"looks don't last, cooking do"

Blogger VD September 12, 2018 11:08 AM  

You are not permitted to comment here anymore, Phillip George. Please stop cyberstalking this blog.

Blogger Matamoros September 12, 2018 11:16 AM  

@2 “Christians need to realize modern "Judaism" is simply re-branded Phariseeism. That should put a lot of the poz affecting the Church into perspective.”

Indeed:
“Pharisaism became Talmudism, Talmudism became Medieval Rabbinism, and Medieval Rabbinism became Modern Rabbinism. But throughout these changes of name, inevitable adaptation of custom, and adjustment of Law, the spirit of the ancient Pharisee survives unaltered.” The Pharisees: The Sociological Background of Their Faith, Rabbi Dr. Finkelstein, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1946, p. xxi

@5 “Modern Judaism is so removed from the OT you can really categorize it as a totally different religion. Modern Jews revere the Babylonian Talmud, not the OT. They make a show out of revering the Torah, but virtually nothing in their lives is guided by the moral code within. The ceremonial code, yes, but the moral code not a bit.”

“The thesis of this book is that Judaism and Christianity do not form a common tradition, ‘the Judeo-Christian tradition.’ They are not compatible ... only now, for reasons of politics and sociology, have some representatives of Judaism maintained otherwise....” Jews and Christians: the myth of a common tradition, Rabbi Jacob Neusner, ISBN 1-586841-08-4, Binghamton NY: Classics in Judaic Studies.

God closed out the Old Covenant by fulfilling it through Christ, and his judgments and blessings in AD 70 with the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple. Thus everything that made Mosaism was abolished, the genealogies, sacrifices, miracles, etc., except the remnant that became the Catholic Church according to Matt. 16:18.

“A former leading Pharisee, Yohanan ben Zakkai, was appointed the first Patriarch (the Hebrew word, Nasi, also means prince, or president), and he reestablished the Sanhedrin at Javneh under Pharisee control. Instead of giving tithes to the priests and sacrificing offerings at the Temple, the rabbis instructed Jews to give money to charities and study in local Synagogues, as well as to pay the Fiscus Iudaicus.” - Origins of Rabbin Judaism, Google - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origins_of_Rabbinic_Judaism

@9 “Judaism underwent a massive reformation after Christianity arose. They even rewrote their scriptures in a futile effort to discredit Christian interpretation of prophecy. Post Temple Judaism is nothing like the Judaism of the OT or of Christ's day.

“That's why, if your Bible's OT is descended from the Masoretic Text ("original" Hebrew), or if your Bible only has 66 books, get thee a Septuagint. Your scriptures are converged.”

Very true. The Septuagint is the bible Christ used. Check out www.realdouayrheims.com for a bible with notes and annotations.


VD “I suspect Christians would better understand their current theological plight if Judeo-Christianity were referred to by a more historically and theologically accurate name: Phariseo-Christianity.”

Yes. I also like the term Mosaism for the religion of Moses, the Mosaic covenant, which ended in 70 AD. Judaism is a lying term, as it and jew, come from the word Judea and only refers to those from Judea, whereas Mosaism refers to all the ten tribes from the time of Moses forward.

It is obvious from the Gospels that the Pharisees were the SJWs of the first century, and Christ bitterly denounced them.

Blogger Sam Spade September 12, 2018 11:32 AM  

Your posts and darkstreams about Christianity have been key to get me back to Christianity after a lot of years being agnostic. Those and all the pizzagate stuff got me back to Christ. You are doing God's work with your intellectual integrity and commitment to the truth.

God bless you, Vox.

Blogger DJT September 12, 2018 12:25 PM  

Disagree. Septuagint is not good. There are only 66 books.
Christ celebrated Hanukkah. That is found in the Books of Maccabees. The New Testament quotes of the OT are from the Septuagint. The Septuagint was used by the early church and it's free of Pharisiacal meddling.

If it's good enough for Jesus, it's good enough for Christians. You are objectively wrong.

Blogger DJT September 12, 2018 12:28 PM  

Heh. Ive been there. This is an hysterical statement. They've got the Innsmouth Look.

I was just there, and there were QTs everywhere.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother September 12, 2018 12:37 PM  

These dopey, sappy statements just scream milquetoasty, limp wrist faggotry. Makes my hair stand up on the back of my neck and repulses me.

Blogger Ransom Smith September 12, 2018 12:41 PM  

Though the Amish are Anabaptist heretics, I give them a great respect and I think God will overlook their faulty beliefs more readily than most Protestant sects, because they take life so seriously.
When the Lord was giving out gifts to his children, he forgot to provide Catholics and Orthodox Christians with two things .
Tact.
And self awarness .
If either of these were present during Martin Luther's days, the Reformation wouldn't have been needed.
Catholics would have cleaned house on their own without a German sperging out.

Blogger CM September 12, 2018 12:51 PM  

I saw some woman identified as with Sheologians. I took a quick look and apparently it's a podcast that may not be as bad as the name implies, but it's surely suspect.

I figured on feminist, but apparently they signal against it. But without listening it's hard to know exactly where they come done. Not that I'll be spending time doing that.


Titus suggests women should be teaching younger women. So without further knowledge of this, I wouldn't immediately leap to disingenuous. There seems to be a movement among women in conservative churches to try to reclaim a lot of what feminism has destroyed. I expect a lot of face-falling as many women lack the family traditions that some earlier generations epically destroyed.

I did try listening to their podcast on "when to leave a church", but there is something I really can’t stand about amateur female podcasters. Amateur men aren’t much better, but the women are atrocious in sounding ill-prepared and too much empty air. What should take 2 minutes to say takes 5 thanks to ummm, like, and empty air.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother September 12, 2018 12:54 PM  

But we have to start somewhere, so this statement is good for now.

Blogger Matamoros September 12, 2018 12:59 PM  

Tripped over a good site on judaism: www.judaism .is

"This site is an educational primer about Judaism and its effect on history, culture, and current events. The information has been carefully compiled, mostly from Judaic sources: the rabbis, their “holy” books, and Judaic, especially Israeli, media."

Blogger Ominous Cowherd September 12, 2018 1:16 PM  

CM wrote:Titus suggests women should be teaching younger women.

No!

Titus suggests that older women should behave themselves, and lead by example.

Titus 2:3-5 King James Version (KJV)

3 The aged women likewise, that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things;

4 That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children,

5 To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.


Live right, so the young women will see how it's done. I see nothing there about women teaching theology to women.

Blogger Didas Kalos September 12, 2018 1:33 PM  

Most Christians equate racism with hatred of a person without a cause. Most Christians believe in the right of freedom of association. They just dont know it. Ignorance must be a virtue.

Blogger Sean Carnegie September 12, 2018 1:33 PM  

Sheologians is a podcast by Summer White (Dr. James White's daughter).

While I agree that "racism is THE Biggest Sin !1!1!! OMG!!!!" is just BS, how does one go about proving that theologically? I started out reading the "Inventing Sin" Mailvox but am still wanting more. I live in an area of church cucks and always get to hear this. Thanks in advance.

Blogger Didas Kalos September 12, 2018 1:33 PM  

Agreed

Blogger Didas Kalos September 12, 2018 1:36 PM  

I think Mosaism died with Jesus on the cross. He was the last and final lamb.

Blogger Coyotewise September 12, 2018 2:40 PM  

While it's pretty cuckservative overall, I get a redpill vibe from whoever contributed this sentence:

"Nevertheless, while we rejoice in that privilege, we grieve that in doing so we know we are taking a stand against the positions of some teachers whom we have long regarded as faithful and trustworthy spiritual guides."

At least one of them knows its going to get loud and he's ready for it. I take it as a positive sign. I know many of the signatories are pretty weak and I won't be surprised of they back out when heat comes, but the core behind the creation of this statement are forcing words to be defined, which as VD has demonstrated, is an important first step to exposing charlatans (and sneaky heretics).

I suspect that a big schism is coming. I think the long-marchers have known pretty well who they are and what they stand for and have counted on the takeover to continue without any effective resistance. The defenders are just waking up. In the past when I would talk about this stuff to fellow Christians they would stare at me with their minds kind of blown. But now I've noticed more receptiveness. Also, these discussions tend to come up in the context of personal disaffection my particular church of which I've seen an increase.

I could be wrong to hope in baby-steps and gateway drugs but this doesn't look like controlled opposition to me.

Blogger Matamoros September 12, 2018 2:44 PM  

55. Didas Kalos September 12, 2018 1:36 PM
@55 " I think Mosaism died with Jesus on the cross. He was the last and final lamb."

He fulfilled his part, but in the Old Testament was promised blessings and curses. AD 70 was the fulfillment by Christ in His Parousia of the blessing upon Believers, and Curses (and destruction) upon the Temple and cessation of all Old Covenant actions.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 12, 2018 2:57 PM  

@2

"Christians need to realize modern "Judaism" is simply re-branded Phariseeism. That should put a lot of the poz affecting the Church into perspective."

That was the cure for me.

Blogger Dirk Manly September 12, 2018 2:59 PM  

@5

"Modern Judaism is so removed from the OT you can really categorize it as a totally different religion. Modern Jews revere the Babylonian Talmud, not the OT. "

So was the Judaism of the Judaizers referred to in the New Testament. Phariseeism and Judaism are one and the same (although Judaism has even MORE "traditions of men" trinkets hung on it).

Blogger Daniel Paul Grech Pereira September 12, 2018 3:06 PM  

Let the defenestrations begin! Vatican City wind chimes.

Blogger widlast washere September 12, 2018 5:52 PM  

"Pulpit and Pen"

I checked it out. Are any of the folks mentioned there actual Christians? or is pompous posing the style of the day?

Blogger Confederate Sun September 12, 2018 6:19 PM  

When you do not have a unified base, you have nothing.Some of my relatives married Mormons and they have slowly started converting everyone. The Mormons are now the majority and we have to do everything the "Mormon way" or it is the wrong way during holidays. The beliefs are not compatible and it causes strife. So one side begins to acquiesce in order to prevent further strife. The people who resist like I do, get shunned and isolated.
Once you let people into something and start slowly letting down your guard, it is tough to remove it or restore it to what it once was.

Blogger Alphaeus September 12, 2018 6:43 PM  

"Most Christians equate racism with hatred of a person without a cause. Most Christians believe in the right of freedom of association. They just dont know it. Ignorance must be a virtue"

Thing is, it is not reasonable to make hating people without a cause a matter of criminal law. Actions are all that counts; feelings count for jack squat.
Otherwise, they will have to start arresting people for the look on their face. Oh, wait, I guess that would be point.

Blogger Stilicho September 12, 2018 7:42 PM  

This is a fighting withdrawal by the cucked chirchians trying to preserve some of the evil inflicted by their sjw brethren. Their tight hold on the Zeroeth Commandment (Thou shalt not be raciss) gives it away.

Blogger VD September 12, 2018 7:46 PM  

The people who resist like I do, get shunned and isolated.

If you don't keep them out and you won't submit, then you have to leave.

Blogger Alphaeus September 12, 2018 8:05 PM  

"The people who resist like I do, get shunned and isolated." "If you don't keep them out and you won't submit, then you have to leave."

II Corinthians 6:
14 Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?
15 And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?
16 And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.
17 Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,

VD is merely letting you know what God said a long time ago.

Blogger Unknown September 12, 2018 9:38 PM  

Aren't the Maccabees Old Testament? I think that's the same as Makkabäer in my language meaning Jesus wasn't in there celebrating in the Old Testament was he?

Blogger HoosierHillbilly September 12, 2018 10:49 PM  

Help yeah Nate. You get the Methodists, Kurgan get the Catholics, and some of us hillbillies will get to work on the Reformed.

Holler if there is anything the folks up here can do to help out.

Stg, we'll get there brother. Baby steps. It took the scum 50 years to infiltrate, we won't get em out in a day. But we'll get em just the same.

Blogger Sterling Pilgrim September 13, 2018 8:20 AM  

James White (signer of statement and reformed baptist) has a YouTube channel called alpha and omega ministries. He has taken hard stands against homosexuality and also very pro-border. His daughter is a member of the sheologians, and if she’s anything like her father, she’s going to be biblically astute.

Blogger Sterling Pilgrim September 13, 2018 8:56 AM  

If you guys haven’t listened to any Vaudie Baucham, I highly recommend him and James White both.

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