Paul's Passing Thoughts

This is What I Think of That

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 30, 2018


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  1. Andy Young, PPT contributing editor said, on December 1, 2018 at 7:55 AM

    Here is a preview clip for that show. What J-Mac says in one minute and twenty seconds alone is scary stuff!

    “That doesn’t mean I avoid everything political because I want to everything I can to elevate righteousness in the world. And so as a Christian I want to take responsibility for whatever political avenues that I can go down that are going to increase the order of society.”

    …you mean like burning heretics?


  2. republican mother said, on December 1, 2018 at 9:35 AM

    Couple that with MacArthur’s statement on the Mark of the Beast. Super scary. Ben Shapiro is a gatekeeper for conservatives in my opinion. I think Vox Day calls him the Littlest Chickenhawk. Also note how MacArthur makes it onto mainstream media as the token “conservative Christian”. Someone who tells people the plain Gospel of the New Birth doesn’t get that exposure. Much work has been done by others exposing the money going in and out of the Master’s Seminary empire. Here he is broadcasting how he wants to bring order out of the chaos.


  3. lydia00 said, on December 1, 2018 at 1:14 PM

    Shapiro is Neo con establishment elite #nevertrumper. He gets a lot of push back on Daily Wire but he is busy building his media empire and beholden to rich open border benefactors like Koch brothers. Things are rarely what they seem when it comes to pundits and media. Much like church. I don’t trust any of them as I witnessed years ago with Kristol, Goldberg, O’Roark, etc. Ben is Kristol 2.0, IMO.

    . I don’t even know what a conservative is anymore. They seem to love big government and have more in common with the censoring SJW’s than previously thought. In my view, ouronly hope for equally applied justice including the corrupt establishment is a shrinking government. Just a a few days ago, a registered Whistle blower for Uranium 1 had their home raided. The IG has had the documents and this was nothing but a message from Mueller to other whistleblowers. If people choose to accept this and trust their government— they ars fools. And most are.

    What is strange about Ben is he is very much into calling out anti Semitism but fails to see the connecting problem inherent in Western Christianity. He is really more about media numbers.


  4. lydia00 said, on December 1, 2018 at 2:14 PM

    Oh goody. A “bi partisan” bureaucratic government program to fight loneliness can’t be far behind. More thought policing. Shapiro loves Ben Sasse. Sasse spent a year on twitter hawking his book. I thought he was elected to shrink government instead of school marm lecture us? When will people wake up about out of control government? Do people really look to elected officials and pundits on how to live and what to think? It’s chilling. Evidently TWW thinks that is a good thing. Where are the adults?


    • Republicanmother said, on December 1, 2018 at 4:37 PM

      Another interesting fact about Ben Sasse is that he was in charge of the congressional page tutoring program at the same time Denny Hastert was “getting friendly” with the boys. I can’t find where Sasse ever spoke about this, but his career rocketed up after that, given high positions at a young age.

      When you start studying these people, you see they all run in the same circles scratching each others backs.


  5. lydia00 said, on December 2, 2018 at 1:17 PM

    Paul, you seem to be the lone voice on the Christian blogosphere making these philosophical connections to Christianity. As John pointed out, if morality is from another realm and not here or availabile within us, then we fall for anything. Including Luther as being for freedom of conscience! Yikes! Talk about indoctrination!

    The rewriting of Luther’s true philosophy is a perfect example ignoring “Christian” Germans. No freedom to think?

    . Been reading some Jung lately outside of his psychological types. Just looking at different approaches to similar outcomes. He said in 1959, in the wake of the age of rapid technology and the Spector of “group communal conscious” that man will not forever stand for his nullification. anymore?. I hope that’s true. But I wonder. The groupthink is startling. Among Christians it’s horrifying. Totalitarian Niceness and moral equivalency argument are all the rage among those who claim to care about “victims”. A horrible definition of “love”.


    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on December 5, 2018 at 12:10 AM

      What ignited the Protestant Reformation is the issue of “infused grace” (read, infused salvation). Really, Plato versus Aristotle.


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