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Core Ideology’s Bloody Road to Utopia

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on February 12, 2015

PPT HandleIt doesn’t seem to make any sense. I have written on several occasions about the tacit approval of terrorism communicated by leading evangelicals in the New Calvinist movement. One such leader protested in a recent article that ISIS atrocities in Iraq were being exaggerated. Well, gee, that just isn’t fair. I have also written about the fact that many well-known evangelicals voted for President Obama. This seems perplexing.

Now, after all of the bantering back and forth between groups about school prayer, and religious groups meeting at school, etc., we find out that public schools across the nation are promoting Islam. One such report can be found here.

What’s going on? Regardless of the brutality and horrors perpetrated by Islam, people whom conservatives disagree with, but would stop way short of suggesting they support Islamic brutality, are conspicuously aloof from standing against Islam’s virus-like infiltration. It’s almost like there is something they have in common with Islam that they deem very important.

And that’s exactly the case.

Sure, liberals vehemently reject the brutality of Islam with all prejudice, but there is a more egregious enemy plaguing the earth; those who believe mankind can self-govern. This isn’t an oversimplification; liberals believe that utopia can be reached if the right mediators between truth and mankind are ruling, and the great unwashed masses are obediently following without question. All of the bloodletting is due to half-hearted endeavors. Yes, Islam is a religion of peace; there would be peace if everyone would only see that they know what’s best for the world. For another example of this, see “Democrat.”

And that my friend is the ideological tie that binds. The American principle of a government by the people and for the people is a tough nut to crack, and it requires whatever it takes. Quibbling about innocent blood is beside the point, that’s collateral damage and necessary sacrifices for the common good. Once Islam has served its purpose in helping socialism destroy self-governing, Plato’s philosopher kings can sort it all out with more bloodletting.

It’s all very ugly, and that’s “unfortunate,” but alas, that bloody road leads to utopia.

What America needs is a Patriot Party. Few conservatives really understand the true ideology of the original framers of the constitution, even fewer Republicans, and I venture to guess not a single Democrat. How bad is it? Even Rush Limbaugh doesn’t recognize the colonial Puritans for the Islamic socialist pigs that they were and has unwittingly endeared them to our children through recently published books. Moreover, and sadly, Ayn Rand, a Russian immigrant, has probably shown more understanding on this issue than anyone in the past 70 years.

We are in big, big, trouble. As an aside, that’s why I think Immel’s TANC 2012 sessions need to be viral. Really, we need to have a weekend pizza party and get a good video redo on that as well. Nevertheless, the transcripts are presently available. His three sessions really nail the big picture.

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  1. Andy said, on February 12, 2015 at 8:53 AM

    “Really, we need to have a weekend pizza party and get a good video redo on that as well. Nevertheless, the transcripts are presently available. His three sessions really nail the big picture.”

    Let’s do it, seriously. I’ll bring the pizza! Just name the date!!!

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    • paulspassingthoughts said, on February 12, 2015 at 9:01 AM

      Really we should. That series is just so fundamental and foundational, and very basic.

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    • paulspassingthoughts said, on February 12, 2015 at 9:12 AM

      I mean, just think, most Chrsitians do not know the basic fundamentals of philosophy and think that knowledge is totally useless. That enables pastors to hang Bible verses on it and teach it in church. I think you will be weighing in on that in Acts; ie, Paul’s interaction with the Stoics. When Susan and I were dating, we visited a conservative evangelical Baptist church, and much to my shock, the sermon was outright in your face Gnosticism, but before what I learned from John I would have never suspected a thing. Here is another thing I didn’t know when I was in seminary: when the professors said we would never teach what we learned in seminary at the local churches–that’s why; you learn the deep things of God and repackage it for the great unwashed. Seminarys are nothing but Plato’s Academy.

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      • Andy said, on February 12, 2015 at 9:20 AM

        “Here is another thing I didn’t know when I was in seminary: when the professors said we would never teach what we learned in seminary at the local churches–that’s why; you learn the deep things of God and repackage it for the great unwashed. Seminarys are nothing but Plato’s Academy.”

        That is not the first time I’ve heard someone say that. I actually heard a pastor admit that very thing from the pulpit, but he also said that he didn’t subscribe to that philosophy. He believed that the laity could handle the deep things and that is was a necessary part of equipping the saints, so in his sermons he would get deep into the Greek usage and grammatical structure. He was probably the only pastor I’ve ever hear admit such a thing, and he is one of the few pastors I still have any respect for.

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