The Mystery of Iniquity (Part I)
In the article series “Knowing our Adversary” I get into some of the details of what God has shown me about Satan and his current kingdom on the earth. Now I need to go further into the details. As I’ve said before I feel that those of us who God reveals His secrets to have a moral responsibility to share them with others, even if they don’t like it and persecute us for it.
I highly advise that you read/re-read that series just so you can see where I’m coming from. To some of you this stuff may sound like crazy talk, to others like I am mentioning things that are obvious. I ask however you categorize these things in your mind that you at least consider them, because I think I have some important things to say. Although they may not seem so now, one day soon these words may save lives.
The Hegelian Dialectic
Although what we call the ‘Hegelian dialectic’ was around long before Georg Hegel walked the earth his theory will serve as a useful point of reference. Although to some it may sound like some intellectual claptrap Hegel’s concept is actually rather easy to understand, but very hard for us to accept.
Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the
field which the LORD God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God
said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?
To recognize this isn’t just a theory but a reality of modern life is to realize that society has been manipulated by malevolent forces from the very beginning. For the unbeliever this is hard to accept; but for the Christian, at least theoretically, it should be easier, because this malevolent force already has a name. I say theoretically because most Christians fail to recognize all but the most obvious deceptions of the most subtle being ever created, Satan.
Hegel’s dialectic is most often expressed as follows:
Thesis vs. antithesis = synthesis
Simply speaking it can be explained thusly; one idea opposes another through which compromise (harmony) between the two is reached. From my personal experience I recognized the effect long before I heard of Hegel. For me the revelation of the method came out of the liberal vs. conservative dialectic.
Although I recognized that abortion was wrong and evil, which is considered a conservative view, I also saw that capital punishment was also equally wrong, a liberal point. I was presented with an enigma; how to oppose capital punishment and still maintain my conservative bona fides? As much as I tried to consolidate the two I couldn’t.
It was then that I was forced to confront the fact that I was being steered into one or the other artificial social constructs against my will by the media and education system. Once I understood that I looked around and saw that it dominated every area of our lives, we are perpetually compelled to self identify with one or the other group and conform to it. Here are just a few examples:
Republican vs. Democrat
And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be
fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have
dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over
every living thing that moveth upon the earth.
In many cases the dichotomy was artificially induced; the animal and earth have been elevated to be equal to humanity, the woman ‘empowered’ to be the equal of the man instead of his helpmate as God ordained (Genesis 2:18 KJV).
When one idea contradicts another we have been trained to try and consolidate them. But the basic premise of the Hegelian dialectic is flawed, because it is based on the concept that some accommodation must be reached between the two opposing sides. Through conflict harmony is achieved. We see this thinking evident in Darwin’s theory where natural selection amongst animals creates a stronger breed. Both the subsequent eugenics movement and the Nazi concept of a superior race are merely the practical application of Darwin’s theory to man.
Then Jesus said unto them, Take heed and beware of
the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees.
But for the Christian this is completely unacceptable; we must not compromise one point to the enemy. Christ doesn’t tell us to consolidate our sin nature with His Spirit in us, but to beware the leaven. The leaven is compromise and it is dangerous even in the tiniest of amounts. Spiritual unity based on spiritual compromise is spiritual adultery with the Enemy.
And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come
out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye
receive not of her plagues.
Most recognize the above verse as a condemnation of and urging to come out of the Catholic institution, but it goes much further. Christ wants us to come out of the entire Hegelian system of thinking, which is really nothing less than the Antichrist system. We must stop thinking of ourselves in terms of Catholic or Protestant, Republican or Democrat, black or white or any of the other dialectics; come out of her my people.
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