Transformational thinkers are then able to justify to themselves why they are no longer bound to Biblical moral absolutes. You see, people are saying that the Biblical message just doesn't apply to today's (humanistic) culture – that it must be interpreted in light of the culture of the day. [To some degree this is true – (i.e.-slavery was common then, etc.).] However, this movement takes it much further, and through the process of continual incremental “change” (using the Hegelian dialectic over and over with the last synthesis becoming the new thesis – the “new fact” base, or “new reality’), the Word of God is gradually incrementally changed from its original intent, and eventually it is interpreted to mean something contrary to its original intent. This is the process that all sinners use in attempting to justify their rebellion to themselves and others. The rebellion is subtle at first – simply moving away from the traditional way of “doing” church; This is the end result of the process of “continual change.” In Germany, the Hegelian dialectic process was utilized in order to reorder the thinking process of the society, and the result was the extermination of 6 million Jews.
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