Paul's Passing Thoughts

The New Calvinist Manifesto: Road to Tyranny

Posted in Uncategorized by pptmoderator on September 28, 2014

Originally published August 19, 2013

NC Manifesto 2

1. The New Calvinist movement is a lean, mean dominion machine. The Calvin Institutes are the primary authority. If you are one who reads the Calvin Institutes daily, you know that it is their modus operandi. It is clearly their authority, and their authority is granted from such along with the historic precedent that the Reformers concocted. They have always sought to rewrite the rules from which reality is interpreted. If you control how Christians interpret history and reality, you control the result.

2. New Calvinist national leaders see themselves in the big picture. Their vision is a Calvinistic world theocracy. They not only desire this, they are actively involved in an attempt to make it happen. Pastors are merely Kool-Aid drinking followers who serve the big picture.

3. New Calvinist national leaders are involved in the political process. Their political agenda is against any construct that does not facilitate the union of church and state.  While John Piper has said that he is against the union of church and state, he stated the opposite in a video promotion filmed in Geneva.

4, 6. New Calvinist organizations target pastors. Conferences are indoctrination sessions. And the parishioners blindly pay for it. The PRIMARY role for national leaders is the indoctrination of pastors.

5. Seminaries are targeted and have become, for the most part, pre-indoctrination. Pastor’s conferences are post-indoctrination.

7. This results in covert and hostile takeovers of local churches. Protestants are doctrinally ignorant to begin by ecclesiastical design. This is a tradition that goes back to the Reformation. Hence, most churches have no defense except those who are too doctrinally ignorant to be deceived. There are also books/manuals written on how to take over evangelical churches covertly. New Calvinists have dubbed this, “The Quiet Revolution.”

8. “Ministries” like Peacemaker Ministries are New Calvinist organizations that indoctrinate pastors and make damage control possible. Chilling, is the “peacemaker teams” that are forming in churches, and are trained by Ken Sande’s organization. Sande’s European oligarchy mindset will make the hair stand up on your head. While at times I struggle to take most of these guys seriously, Sande actually frightens me. I consider him to be one of the most formidable threats to the church in our day.

9. “Nicolaitan” means power over the laity. This was a huge Gnostic movement that wreaked havoc on the apostolic church. The roots of this movement are easily traced back from the Reformers to Plato and his Republic construct. To see present-day control structure within the local assemblies as designed by the “Quiet Revolution,”  go here:

10. As New Calvinist Doug Wilson said, it is the agenda of Calvinism to take over every inch of the world. That’s pretty much it in a nutshell.

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  1. Bridget said, on September 29, 2014 at 1:45 PM

    Paul –

    This is off topic, but I wondered if you had ever come across it?

    I don’t agree with all of Frame’s perspectives, but he does discuss the distinction between justification and sanctification in his review of the book. In the end, he doesn’t recommend the book.


    • paulspassingthoughts said, on September 29, 2014 at 2:13 PM

      Ya, Horton and Frame have been bickering back and forth for years now. However, fundamentally, they believe the same thing; Frame is Progressive Justification Light.


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