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Paul Washer Speaks at a Catholic Monastery: Why is This Surprising? And Other Magic Bus Musings

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on August 13, 2013
Paul Washer

Paul Washer

New Calvinist Paul Washer spoke at a Catholic monastery (Italy) in April of this year. He was a keynote speaker at the 2013 Coram Deo Conference hosted by said monastery. Of course, several “evangelicals” have their panties in a bundle over this much like they do in response to John Piper and John MacArthur cross-dressing events.

While New Calvinists claim their bro, John Calvin, saved humanity from Catholic darkness, they believe the same things for all practical purposes where the gospel is concerned. The Reformation was merely a lover’s quarrel over who can do tyranny best. It’s a fight over the mutton. As time goes on, they are figuring out that they can both have more mutton if they work together.

The core four of the Reformation, Augustine, Gregory, Luther, and Calvin were all Catholics and NEVER repented of such. Both Catholics and Reformers (Ecclesia semper reformanda) believe in pastor/pope absolution. Both believe in a “final justification.” Both believe that being in Christ is synonymous with being in the church  via formal membership and submission as the clergy of both see fit. All of the doctrinal variances are nothing but smoke and mirrors.

Be sure of this: Catholicism, Calvinism, New Calvinism et al will all come together eventually—they were all spawned by the same devil. For the most part, both groups also hold to a form of Dominion Theology. That’s the anti-Semitic amillennial idea that the church will gradually subdue the earth and then Christ will return. Along the way, there will be protests on the Magic Bus of Salivation from Baptists who don’t know that they are Calvinists etc., but even though the bus has nasty stains of all sorts on the seats, dents in the body as well as some rust—that bus be goin’ to heaven baby! After all, no Magic Bus is perfect. It is a fabulous spiritual caste Magic Bus.

On the secular side of caste, we have the Novus Ordo Seclorum , or “New World Order.” Christians continue to display ignorance in their surprise that many New Calvinists are supporters of Barak Obama. Call him a communist if you will, but Catholicism/ Ecclesia semper reformanda and Communism both have their roots in Plato’s Republic. It is the basic belief that the unenlightened masses must be saved from themselves by the enlightened few. Plato’s doctrine transcended the spiritual into the political of Western culture.

This is the catalyst for the marriage of church and state. The primary concern of a socialist government is normality and peace. Religion offers up a percentage of the populous in this regard: “We have ____million followers who will do what we say.” The Roman Catholic Church weighs in huge here and the New Calvinists are very close to coming to the bargaining table with equally huge numbers as well. But a socialist government is needed to bargain with. What does the religion get in return? As throughout Western history, enforcement of their orthodoxy; for example, if you don’t tithe 10% to the church, the church can have the government arrest you. Right now, they have to settle for manipulation and false doctrine to extract the tithe.

The book of Revelation is clear that the end of the world as we know it will be accompanied by a church/state marriage with the usual wholesale slaughter of human life following. It is the grand finale of faith and force.

In the future, watch for New Calvinists becoming cozier and cozier with religions of all stripes and totalitarian ideology. In case you haven’t noticed, Catholicism is experiencing resurgence since it has become better at masking its abuse. On the other hand, New Calvinism all but completely owns Protestantism. And if  the Republican party in America thinks they still have the “conservative” Christian vote, they might want to double check that assertion. There is a marked shift in political ideology among those converted to New Calvinism.


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  1. james jordan said, on August 14, 2013 at 12:11 AM

    I knew the new Pope was a Calvinist as soon as he kept using the word “Pelagian” every day.


  2. Aedan Oshay said, on January 22, 2014 at 10:12 PM

    Wow, I would strongly suggest you reexamine your understanding of Calvinism, logic and history.


    • paulspassingthoughts said, on January 23, 2014 at 7:29 AM

      I feel the authority of your words all the way here in Xenia, and I do tremble.


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