Posts tagged ‘emotional virtue’

Babylon and Its System, Part 3

Van Tassel, in the 1950’s, held public meetings where the public could ask questions of Ashtar and where answers would be provided, channelling their information through Van Tassel. The Ashtar Command revelations were compiled into a book that details future events that will take place on the earth. Interestingly, Ashtar himself is said to be, “a Beloved Christian Commander and a very beautiful Being.” [3] Fascinating, isn’t it? Angel of light maybe to deceive? I think so. See 2 Corinthians 11:14.

Continue Reading January 3, 2020 at 4:36 PM

All is Vanity Including Politics

In so many ways, all people on earth are biding their time. Though most are not aware of it, we wait for the next life and those who have trusted Christ as Savior will learn what life was truly meant to be before the Fall occurred. We will – at that point – have our sin natures permanently removed from us so that there will never even the potential of even considering the “merits” of temptation so that we again fall. It won’t happen.

Continue Reading January 29, 2016 at 8:50 AM

Cultural Marxism Makes People Not Guilty Though Guilty

Here’s the problem. Every reason for being tempted to leave without paying for the item was a form of Cultural Marxism based on emotional virtue. Yet, God’s Word is clear, isn’t it? I had not intended to steal the item and I could honestly say that me leaving the store with the unpaid item was not deliberately stealing because I had forgotten about it. I had not tried to surreptitiously hide the item so that I would not be charged with it. I wasn’t a thief.

Continue Reading January 30, 2015 at 11:48 AM 3 comments

How Political Correctness Pits Race Against Race

We have spent much time going over aspects of political correctness, critical race theory, Cultural Marxism, determining the “victim” and the “aggressor” in numerous situations. I have tried to show that political correctness actually attempts to destroy God’s truth by setting it aside, replacing it with the relativism of emotional virtue.

Continue Reading March 26, 2013 at 10:17 AM

Determining the Victim and the Aggressor

A person is determined to be a victim if he/she is up against someone or something that appears to be stronger. Strength represents aggression, regardless of whether or not it is that. It is seen as lording it over others and creating victims because of it. All “good” people then, must fight against the aggressor. Those who defend “aggressors” become just as vilified.

Continue Reading March 25, 2013 at 8:15 AM 5 comments


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