Rethinking Good Church vs. Bad Church
The flying wedge continues down the heart of the evangelical churches and very shortly it will be divided into good religion and bad religion. Much of this will be in the name of producing mentally healthy churches, conforming to the new dialectical global standards of inclusivity. However, the new standards
are not based on Christianity but on dialectical atheism and New Age pantheism.
Warren Smith, author of “the Light that was Dark” returns to the program for a look at how dialectical thought, the New Age and evangelicalism are blending together to form new religious systems. Even the concept of “reimagining”
or “rethinking” being promoted by Christian leaders emerges from the New Age.
John’s boralogue observes that, with a deteriorating economic situation, the discussion has shifted from calls for increased taxes but rather a tax rebate to “stimulate” an economy in crisis. It’s really going to be a bumpy four years and Americans are slated to feel much pain if we continue on this course.
At the end of the show, we run a clips from Mikhail Gorbachev’s State of the World forum in 1995, where former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski calls for a global government to be preceded by global regionalization, exactly
the type of process emerging in the Security and Prosperity Partnership just ten years later. One must ask, if there were no plan, how did we get here from there?