Paul's Passing Thoughts

Don’t Be Fooled By Church

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on August 11, 2018

Church orthodoxy and its scholars/academics have redefined every word in the dictionary. In doing this, they play on the assumptions of parishioners to keep them in the camp until they are fully indoctrinated. No pun intended. The following meme posted by Steve Camp is an example. What is the assumption? That the objective truth being spoken of is wisdom for life and godliness, viz, wisdom for sanctification/loving God and others.

Nope, the “objective truth” being spoken of has to do with the “objective gospel experienced subjectively.” I have addressed this Gnostic doctrine in much detail in “Pictures of Calvinism” and other works.

Don’t be fooled by church. Pastors rarely mean what you think they mean by the words they use. Don’t be led to the slaughter like a dumb ox.

Don't be fooled by church

 

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  1. Andy Young, PPT contributing editor said, on August 11, 2018 at 4:56 PM

    ANY doctrine Christian or otherwise that “demands” obedience CANNOT be objective. Objectivity requires reason and a capacity to discern truth by one’s own cognizant ability. Truth defined by an appeal to authority
    Is by definition subjective.

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    • John said, on August 12, 2018 at 11:27 AM

      Yes, the Campster contradicted himself, as all Calvinists seem to do. Oh for crying in in an empty grave: the “All Lives Matter” rubbish from a Calvinist? Haha, yes, until you get to their fine print. The Campster is really making a rotten hot dog of himself.
      Listen, anyone who thinks (see the fine print in Camp’s laughable meme) that Spurgeon the crowdpleaser knew the gospel is so darn lost. Proclaim “it”? The “gospel” is Calvinism, according to the smoking Spurgeon, who smoked for God’s glory because there’s nothing about that in the Bible. Well, I sabotage houses of cards for fun because there’s nothing against that in the Bible either.

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