Tag Archives: Bible & War

The Christian Right

There is nothing right at all about the concept of a theocracy, a Christian Nation, least of all one that declares war, thinking that the head of Christianity, Jesus Christ, is its supreme commander. The American copycat ideology of British

Learn Nothing From History

Los Angeles Times local December 2010 “In December 1944, his prayer was answered. The weather miraculously cleared (it did eventually snow, but the prayer hadn’t mentioned snow), and Patton was able to get his army moving again. When the Germans

The Dilemma of a Bipolar Church

Fox News Article Christmas 2010 This article in FoxNews by Col. Oliver North typifies the confusion in the minds of the military concerning their relationship with God. He opens his article with a verse that contains the phrase, ‘thanks be

Christ v Bible / State Part 6

Part 6 of 8 The spiritual battle in the world is played out in every courtroom, every secret chamber of power, every classroom, every bar. Both giver and taker of knowledge share a common experience across all areas of social

Christ v Bible/State Part 5

Part 5 of 8 This section is about the misuse of knowledge. A group of scientists may knowingly falsely present or conceal vital knowledge to advance their ideological cause or belief, or to conform to Governments’ adverse military objectives. As

Christ v Bible/State Part 4

Part 4 of 8 Starting with clips from the over exposed Hitler period this section touches on the connection between globalisation of lies about God and the globalisation of tyranny. Order out of chaos does not automatically mean society is

Christ v Bible/State Part 2

Part 2 of 8 An interpretation by scholars of the way Jesus used very small portions of the OT, in particular when he stated that not one dot of the law shall be removed, has produced the idea in some

Christ v Bible/State Part 1

Part 1 of 7 There is a huge spiritual chasm between the concept of the Bible as the Word of God and the concept of Jesus Christ as the Word ‘who’ became flesh and dwelt among us. The chasm is