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A Christian dominionist conspiracy?

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In this week's segment of World Cult Watch, host Rob Robinson will take a look at "Christian dominionism," a term loosely used to describe the Seven Mountains (or Seven Spheres) theology and efforts to impose biblical law on Americans and other nations.

Is the New Apostolic Movement different from mainline Christianiaty? What about the Christian Reconstructionist movement? And are tent revivalists, Dispensationalists and others participating in a movement to force a biblical worldview on all of us?

For many, "Christian dominionism" is nothing but a conspiracy theory involving the lunatic fringe of Christianity.

Rob thinks there's more to it, and believes there's a racist element to Christian groups seeking power and control over others.  In this vein, he will explore the alleged biblical foundation of the "two seeds theory."

The "Christian political right" might be taking their beliefs too far -- or maybe the conservatives have embraced dominionist Christianity too much.  Weigh in by calling into the show.

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