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HOW EASY it is to rationalize bad behavior by claiming it’s for a good cause! And how often have we seen sin in the Church covered up because it would supposedly hamper its ability to do good works in God’s name. This week, we see a classic example as Rebekah conspires with Jacob to deceive Isaac and confirm the blessing that God had promised to Jacob before his birth.
We also look at Esau, who only seemed to value his birthright when he realized it was attached to great wealth; Laban’s deception of the deceiver, Jacob; the pain and loneliness of Leah; and Jacob’s life-changing experience at Bethel.
“Jacob’s Ladder”, his dream of angels ascending and descending to and from heaven, has inspired many unbiblical pursuits. For example, many Dominionist teachers in the New Apostolic Reformation, a hypercharismatic form of Protestant Christianity, teach that we are to open portals through specific prayers and spiritual disciplines. While there may be specific portals to other dimensions, nowhere in scripture are we told that we should access or open them. In fact, God’s commands against consulting mediums or necromancers seem to be a pretty clear warning not to do so!
Let us be clear: Jesus made it clear that he is the only portal to heaven through which the faithful should pass, especially in John 1:51.
“Truly, truly, I say to you, you will see heaven opened, and the angels of God ascending and descending on the Son of Man.” (ESV)
We also discuss the stone Jacob set up at Bethel, which is (allegedly) the Stone of Scone, or the Stone of Destiny, a granite block on which the kings and queens of Scotland and England have been crowned since the early 5th century.
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.~~~World Cult Watch, a weekly program that airs every Sunday night, is intended to not only offer news and information about cults, but to provide a forum where cult survivors -- and those wanting to leave -- have a chance to talk and receive emotional support. Bob runs the “World Cult Watch” website, offering insight and hard-hitting stories about the teachings of various abusive and authoritarian cults. In his show and website, Rob also offers comfort for ex-cult members struggling with the guilt, grief, anger and other emotions associated with spiritual abuse.Please visit GodDiscussion.net for upcoming show schedules and more information about the various podcasts and their hosts.
Media Fighter with host Timothy Campbell live each night 930 PM CST. Listen in or call as we discuss an array of intellectually stimulating issues from news and current events, unravelling intense disinformation, prophecy, cults, new age religion, NWO, ancient astronauts, the bible, science, the coming crisis in America and everything else in between.
Mediafighter offers a unique Christian perspective, one of a former atheist and occultist. I will be discussing all the information at hand from a post-tribulational framework, which will surely challenge all that listen.
This is the teaching that you will be on earth during the great tribulation. If YOU are alive when that time commences you will have to resist the false worship of the beast, and you will have to deny taking his mark to buy or sell.
We will be exploring our purpose in this world in the days to come - what will life be like during that time, how will we survive, how will God use us? The masses of deceived humanity will be swept up into false worship and will be on the brink of eternal destruction. The gospel of Jesus Christ will save them.
I will be demonstrating for you the true nature of end-time prophecy and how to see through the disinformation... such as the system of tribulation counterfeits that will emerge, the role of the ascended masters, the project blue beam rapture event, the coming alien Christ, the luciferian revolution and a false antichrist who I affectionately term 'Beliar' who is a fall guy for the true man of sin.
Join as we ready ourselves for Jesus Christ's return and the cataclysmic storm of tribulation that preceeds it when the man of sin begins to wage war against the saints. We'll be discussing these issues in depth and much more in the broadcasts to come...
Join us live on Sunday, June 15th, 2014 (Father's Day in America) as we move across this battlefield, observing the patterns, tools, and dicsussions taking place in today's America. We'll look at (but not focus on) the generals, and the conscripts engaged in this ongoing battle, and try to find a middle ground of civility for both (or all) sides to use with dignity and respect.
Hopefully, you will come away from this show with some new appreciation for the cause of this battle, how it affects the war, and what YOU can do about it. Call us or join in our lively chat, and let us know what YOU think about this battle, and this war. But be sure and tell us what YOU are going to do about it.
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Guest speaker will be helping to expose the role of Christian Zionism in the Dominionist movement that will come into power during the great tribulation... Are the evangelicals being primed to worship the beast and take his mark?
Media Fighter with your host Timothy Campbell live each night 930 PM CST. Listen in or call as we discuss news and current events, unravelling intense disinformation surrounding prophecy, cults, new age religion, the NWO, ancient astronauts, the bible, science and the coming crisis in America...
Join me as we ready ourselves for Jesus Christ's return and the cataclysmic storm of tribulation that preceeds it when the man of sin begins to wage war against the saints. We'll be discussing these issues in depth and much more as pertains to prohecy in the broadcasts to come...
The bible teaches that the church will be on earth during the great tribulation. If YOU are alive when that time commences you will have to resist the false worship of the beast, and you will have to deny taking his mark to buy or sell.
What will life be like during that time, how will we survive, how will God use us? The masses of deceived humanity will be swept up into false worship and will be on the brink of eternal destruction. The gospel of Jesus Christ will save them.
I will be demonstrating for you the true nature of the end-time conspiracy and how to see through the disinformation... such as the system of tribulation counterfeits that are emerging, alien propaganda, the role of the ascended masters, the project blue beam rapture event, the coming alien Christ, the Luciferian Rebellion and the false antichrist...
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In this freethought episode, Dave Foda will guide us through the world of Christendom from the perspective of an atheist. Dave has attended numerous Christian workshops, conferences and faith revival meetings led by some big-name evangelicals.From creationism, faith healing, prosperity, Christian dominionism and the "Biblical worldview," be prepared to be entertained and educated. For instance, not all creationists are young earth creationists, and we'll find out about the different theories preached from the pulpit. There will also be some never-before-aired snippets from a Christian dominionist conference.An atheist, writer, researcher and occasional activist, Foda has a background in risk management, information security, and protective services. He has some formal training in law, law enforcement, and linguistics, and is an IT systems engineer by trade. Due to space limits here, please visit our official show page for more information and links.
What is the cult-like right wing dominionist political agenda opposed to the Illuminati? Why are they so dead set against a New World Order while surreptitiously promoting their own New world Order based upon Old Testament law? What do the Christian dominionists know -- or think they know -- about the Illuminati?
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Rob Robinson hosts the World Cult Watch website. For information about his upcoming shows on the God Discussion network, please visit GodDiscussion.net.
In last week’s Eye on the Paranormal, host Kirby Robinson explored the “Kingdom Now” and “Christian dominionism” theologies, pointing out how they are not biblical.
Why is this topic on a Christian paranormal show? The proponents of these types of theologies proclaim to have prophetic visions and abilities to tap into the realm of the supernatural in order to produce signs and wonders. The end times, conspiracy theories, hyper-grace and prophetic teachings are major components of Kingdom Now and Christian dominionist types of thought.
Kirby will continue to explore the false prophets of this realm, who claim to be Christian.
Among other things, the teachings of Jim Bakker and other so-called prophets will be explored, and Kirby will give an overview of the signs of a true prophet.
A Christian paranormal investigator, demonologist and exorcist, Kirby manages and writes at the Eye on the Paranormal blog where a wealth of articles about the paranormal have been published for the past five years. His program on the God Discussion network airs weekly. See the GodDiscussion event schedule for upcoming topics.
When it comes to:
End Times teaching; Conspiracy theories; Hyper-Grace; and Prophetic teaching,
Eye on the Paranormal host Kirby Robinson says be careful and peel back the layers of deception – you might be listening to a false prophet who is preaching Christian dominionist or New Kingdom theology. According to these teachings, Christians have the right, if not the responsibility, to run every aspect of government, culture, science, and religion.
To illustrate his point, Kirby will look at the ministry of Jim Bakker and the teachings of some of the so-called prophets that Bakker promotes on his television program.
The false prophet industry is on the rise. “Just as many Americans have gone new age and psychic crazy, numerous charismatic churches promote the prophet business. The church no longer tests you but gives you every opportunity to cash in,” Kirby says, pointing to the endless books and survival ware being promoted by deceptive Christian ministries.
Due to space limitations, the full show description is not posted here. Please visit the official show page at GodDiscussion.net for more information about this enlightening and possibly controversial show.
A Christian paranormal investigator, demonologist and exorcist, Kirby manages and writes at the Eye on the Paranormal blog where a wealth of articles about the paranormal have been published for the past five years. His program on the God Discussion network airs weekly.
Our guest is Steve Lumbley, of Apostasy Watch and we will discuss David Barton who claims to be an historian who specializes in "Christian America". He has had his book the Jefferson Lies pulled of the shelves by his publisher, Thomas Nelson, for his own lies regarding American history.
He is a dominionist, and why should this matter? Because it is a dangerous doctrine.
Topics include the difficulties of truth, and ignorance and arrogance; mustaches; Westboro Baptist Church; storing dried beans and grains; how to talk to people about God and evangelism; the Kingdom Now and Dominionist movements; praying before meals; the history of church services on Wednesday nights; people taking pictures of community members for novelty sake; Romans 7 and the serving of the law of sin with the flesh and the law of God with the mind; goat castration; an update on Mr. Bunker's community's Longhorns and grass conditions; and an update on Mr. Bunker's milk and cheese.
Join Nicole and Dennis as they speak with Leah Burton on what is happening in the realm of the Extreme Dominionist Evengelcial circle of "Rebiblican" politics.
“Defined in its simplest form, Christian Dominionism is a political approach to Christian faith based on a literal interpretation of Genesis Chapter 1 verses 26 – 28 of the Christian Bible. Believers perceive themselves as the “chosen” or the “elect”, commanded by God to “subdue” the earth and “have dominion” over all living creatures.
The goal of Christian Dominionism in the United States is to abolish Separation of Church and State, establishing it as a distinctively Christian Nation based upon Old Testament Mosaic Law.
Dominionism is an umbrella term that harbors many divergent franchise groups claiming a foundation in Christianity”.