Paul's Passing Thoughts

LGBT Will Be an Accepted Community Within the Evangelical Church and Looking Forward to TANC 2019

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on August 28, 2018

The American church is a different dynamic to consider as the church returns to its original unconfused orthodoxy which will lead to mass confusion being accepted because truth is authority according to church. Simply stated, because the great unwashed cannot understand, it is assumed that truth is merely masquerading as confusion. “We must trust those God has appointed over us as his preordained to ‘save God’s people from ignorance.'”

In this video, Paul explains three principles that will lead to the acceptance of the LGBT community into the church: necessity, authentic church doctrine, and a return to philosophy as foundational truth led by the likes of Tim Keller. To not accept the LGBT community into the church would, in fact, be a contradiction to Catholic/Protestant soteriology.

Paul closes by emphasizing the TANC research focus divided into history, justification, sanctification, and philosophy and its relevance to our TANC 2019 online conference.

Remember, in America, people cannot be compelled to join church by state force; not yet, anyway. Hence, because church is an institution and all institutions are dependent on money as its life blood, the survival of the American church will always depend on inclusion. As its false gospel resulting in bad fruit drives people out, it must manipulate additional people groups to come in. This is essential for its survival.

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  1. Republican mother said, on August 29, 2018 at 7:35 AM

    Looks like they still have a mass balance problem. Only 3.8% of the population identifies as LGBT. The Nones and Dones dwarf that number I would imagine.

    How can they say You can’t be a friend of Dorothy when they have TT running amok and pastor after pastor caught in criminal activity? Hypocritical to the hilt.

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