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megimoo
11-29-2008, 10:25 AM
In the Belly Of the Beast

The Christian faith is the only religion that cannot be manipulated in favor of one worldism or universalism sometimes called the New World Order. This is precisely why the world system and its political leaders hate, despise and persecute Christianity.

I hasten to explain that all the phony Christian fronts, televangelists and world evangelists are not Christians, but very much a part of the worldly system of antichrist.

All religions are collectivist religions except Christianity, which is an individual and individualist faith. Governments want and must have collectivism under some name whether it be democracy or communism.

Collectivism is a Certain Means of Social, Economic and Religious Control.

Politicians regularly espouse individualism, human liberty and democracy at the same time.

Impossible! Individualism and human liberty are opposite to democracy and any other form of collectivism.

The collectivist mentality or the mass collective mind is the spirit of the New World Order. The collectivist man cannot oppose tyranny because he is himself tyranny. He is the reality of the supreme welfare state in its conspiracy of the ages to manipulate humanity against itself.

Collectivism is the foundation of the New World Order.
It is supreme and total deception.
It is completion of the tower of Babel.
It is the conclusion and finished man without the spirit of Christ.

The collectivist mentality lures mankind into guidance from “higher authorities” (government). The crowd wants prepackaged truth and human freedom from government authority instead of using their own consciousness for making decisions and determining their own actions.

Hence, they are easily deceived and manipulated under some altruistic nonsense. Collective man wants the external authority of government instead of the spirit and mind of Christ. The animal farm is that world arena wherein man collectively surrenders himself, his personal being, his ego to collective and obedient faith in government authority.

It’s all very simple. A crowd can be manipulated into an altered state of consciousness (Hitler’s torchlight parades) finally evolving into a growing attitude of docility, whereas an individualistic person cannot be manipulated so easily. The state always considers that a self-sufficient and independent thinker is a threat to collectivism and its deception of the masses.

Thus, the Christian takes on the being and Spirit of Christ. His total allegiance is to The Living God. He will not sacrifice himself for “the common good” or “higher causes.” He cannot be manipulated by the State.

The welfare state must absolutely keep the people from the individualistic tendency of thinking for themselves.
http://www.personalliberty.com/bob-livingston/in-the-belly-of-the-beast/

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wilbur
11-29-2008, 12:26 PM
[SIZE="3"]In the Belly Of the Beast

The Christian faith is the only religion that cannot be manipulated in favor of one worldism or universalism sometimes called the New World Order. This is precisely why the world system and its political leaders hate, despise and persecute Christianity.

I hasten to explain that all the phony Christian fronts, televangelists and world evangelists are not Christians, but very much a part of the worldly system of antichrist.


Ok... so the Christian faith is the only one that cannot be manipulated, but all those televangelists are just manipulating the Christian faith... so just forget about them! :confused:

Sorry megs... almost every single social conservative issue supported by the religious right is collectivist in nature. I'm amused when the people who proudly proclaim themselves as sheep, start lecturing others on manipulation. We simply have to look to the the Vatican for some of the best examples of it.

EricMartin
11-29-2008, 02:15 PM
It might be argued that Protestants are individualistic, though Catholics are far from it. As the Pope recently stated: "Obedience to the doctrine of the church is the foundation of your faith".

People who consider their faith a personal matter, only between themselves and their God, are individualistic – and this is entirely possible within Protestantism.

There are certainly individualistic atheists as well though, such as Objectivists.

megimoo
11-29-2008, 02:58 PM
It might be argued that Protestants are individualistic, though Catholics are far from it. As the Pope recently stated: "Obedience to the doctrine of the church is the foundation of your faith".

People who consider their faith a personal matter, only between themselves and their God, are individualistic – and this is entirely possible within Protestantism.
The Frozen Chosen ?
"It might be argued that Protestants are individualistic, though Catholics are far from it."Statements like yours are quite foolish .Many Catholics manage to keep the tenants of their faith and lead quite lively lives !

""Obedience to the doctrine of the church is the foundation of your faith"." only applies to interpretation of the words of GOD as defined by the pope as the final arbiter of matters theology.

Deciding on matters secular are in the purview of the individual if a life style doesn't conflict with the Words of GOD.Abortion and those who actively support,advocate ,finance and are elected to public office based on their pro Death position on abortion are an anathema to the church and are to be denounced .

The Catholic Church has always denounced those who would corrupt the words of Christ and scatter and divide his sheep with their evil words and actions.Through out recorded history there are examples of papal decrees,some good,some bad but most in defence of his church .