Paul's Passing Thoughts

Church is a Celebration of Evil

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on July 14, 2018

We must thank the forefathers of  Neo-Protestantism (a return to authentic Protestantism) for creating the infamous Cross Chart. Nothing depicts Protestant orthodoxy better. Basically, there is only one difference between the lost and the saved; “If You’re evil and You Know It Clap Your Hands”…that makes the cross bigger, viz, degree of gratitude for our original salvation draws us close and closer to “final justification.” By the way, this is also the basis for John Piper’s “Christian Hedonism” which is just another way of stating Protestant soteriology. If you really understand the gospel, you will rejoice in your evil, or, hedonism if you will. Please don’t criticize Piper if you are a Protestant; he knows what he is talking about and you don’t. If you are going to be a Protestant, at least know what one is.

crosschart

Other than the “praise and worship” participation on every Sunday celebrating the knowledge of our “sin as set against God’s holiness,” we have the following video. Just how confused are churchgoers? They are perplexed when their children start acting like heathens after hearing that’s what they are 24/7 in church culture…and even led in celebrating it. Of course, it is said that “grace” is what is being celebrated, not our evil. That’s like saying you are only celebrating “4” and not the “2+2.”

The apostle Paul said it: “Love does not delight in evil.” But any claim that church is a venue for love makes the cross smaller. It doesn’t add up.

Shrinking Cross

Look, if you go to church, I understand why you do, but bless your heart, and I know you don’t mean to, but you are worshiping evil and how different you are from your Father.

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  1. John said, on July 15, 2018 at 9:01 AM

    I watched the video clip. Sheesh, Satan in the flesh . . . or drugs at work, or maybe there was something in his mushrooms at breakfast? My word. Blasphemous guff.

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