P.I.D. Radio 1/27/11: The Color of Revolution

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PROTESTS CONTINUE on the streets of Tunisia, Egypt, and now Yemen as hacktivists use social media to organize flash mobs.  In Tunisia, it’s now semi-officially called the Jasmine Revolution, which echoes the Rose, Orange, Tulip, Cedar, and Green revolutions of recent years — some of which have been funded by Western interests — like George Soros’ Open Society Institute and the US government.

In Egypt, late word is that the Muslim Brotherhood has joined the protesters opposed to the rule of aging President Hosni Mubarak.  This could get interesting and not in a good way.

Also: VX nerve agent goes missing in Utah; DHS nervous about spy drones over US cities; and Todd Bentley commissions “burning ones”.

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  2. Paul Collins

    The article about Bentley was spot on. There were other items at that blog, however, that were nothing less than inquisitional.

    I would like to know who gave Chrystal Whitt the assignment of determining who the “real” Christians are. I was not aware that Ms. Whitt had been given a spirit of discernment.

    Many dominionists actually are genuine in their faith, but they have unwittingly imbibed a lot of Gnostic and Enlightenment ideas.

    I also want to make it abundantly clear that the dominionists are most certainly not drafting American foreign policy. Whoever has been saying that needs to sit down with a research methods book and learn a thing or two. For the better part of the last century and this one, foreign policy has been shaped by proponents of Enlightenment rationalism coming from such elite combines as the Council of Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and various think tanks that make up the usual suspects.

    We made it clear in our article “Their Kingdom Come” that dominionism was merely used to mobilize unsuspecting Christians behind the Neoconservative foreign policy agenda. Neoconservatism is rooted in the Enlightenment rationalism, which is patently anti-Christian in character. If Christians had seen that, neoconservative campaigns abroad would have never pulled the Evangelical support. So dominionists were tools, not puppetmasters.

    I really don’t like how the work over dominionism put forward by my brother and myself has been taken and retooled and refitted to suit somebody’s own concocted metanarrative. That’s not what we did that work for. A lot of man hours went into that research, so it should not be abused.

    Abusing it includes using it to conduct some bullcrap witch hunt on any and all Christians who choose to be politically active. So far as I’m concerned, if you are not letting your voice be heard, you’re committing the sin of inaction. Period. Full-stop. End of story. Churches in Nazi Germany were responsible for this very sin. If you’ve never read Martin Niemoller, you really need to in order to get some perspective.

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with Christians calling for the re-establishment of the rule of law.

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