Thursday, May 31, 2012

The Homosexual Hegelian Dialectic and Obsession #2

I have noticed this video making the internet inroads since writing:

The Homosexual Hegelian Dialectic and Obsession

Hey it looks like they are upping the ante and the battle between homosexuals and Christians every day. What kind of people teach a little kid to sing this stuff? Theologically it is false and biblically a lie. Sinners are supposed to be told of salvation in Jesus Christ not told automatically for being homosexuals or fornicators, etc, that they are on the way to hell no matter what. Interesting pillars for decoration, don't know if that is intentional or not, but has a masonic double pillar look to it.



Child's 'Ain't No Homos Gonna Make It To Heaven' Church Performance Goes Viral

Notice how they all cheer and clap....why is a three year old being told about "homos", he is too young to even understand what that is. Sickening.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

This kind of thing is agent provocateurs, in my opinion. They are nonsense to begin with, and the media, which is all controlled, runs with it to make all Christians look bad.

Anonymous said...

Wow that is just sad sad sad!

I am actually shocked and I know I shouldn't be.

So opposite of what we as Christians are called to be.

I agree anonymous. One would think it would be taken off of you tube for violation of some kind.

If there are Christians in that crowd how can they think that is okay.

Bible Believer said...

I wonder too how many are knowing agent provateurs given the job to knowingly create outrage between homosexuals and the 'Christian" world. One can tell the powers that be have put the Westboro cult to use...

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2011/03/westboro-baptist-and-phelps-fakes-meant.html

I agree the media runs with it to make Christians look bad and foster more of the "culture wars" they use to control.

Yeah it is interesting what is left up, you know....

You wonder why so many in the audiences of these churches just go with the program and never think for themselves. I suppose all the "real" believers with pastors like that all got out of there already.

christian cerna said...

i agree with the previous comments. there are many satanists in this country who infiltrate churches, pretending to be christians, but who secretly bring in heresies and seduce the other members to embrace licentiousness and other sins. this is another reason i do not attend a church. so often i have met people claiming to be christians, yet their words betray them- as their talk is full of things that ought not to be even mentioned among believers. it is especially seen among the youth. it is dangerous to be around people like that, as it is easy to be influenced by that kind of talk.

Unknown said...

I'm going to start this off with honesty: I'm not a Christian, but I implore you to read before you judge. I thought I was Christian in my youth and followed the bible, finished it my second time at 12 and attended church regularly by choice though my family had never done so. What broke me of this was the extensive hate and hypocrisy I consistently witnessed among followers. I happened to fall upon this site while looking up the tyr rune, which was referenced in another post and was fairly offended by the immediate attack and correlation with satan. It's a common fact that Hitler and the Nazi party corrupted several symbols for their use, including the swastika. That makes them evil, not the symbol. The reason for symbols is because symbols hold power. The christians have used symbols since they came to be in the form of the Cross.

However, I have read many of the comments on a few posts I've noticed that this community has a greater understanding of acceptance, which I find comforting for the future. I would, however, like to offer a word of caution. Do not immediately jump to blame a devil for a man's actions. Evil men need not the devil for support of their actions and doing so can blind you to the real problem. Also, I've noticed a very judgemental voice here against christians whom you don't deem intelligent enough to think for themselves. It may be true, but remember: judge not.

That said, I truly hope you find more like-minded believers who can look at the life of Christ as an example, and accept those around you as different with the hope that through your actions of kindness can bring more faithful the the light of your God.

crytic said...

I'm going to start this off with honesty: I'm not a Christian, but I implore you to read before you judge. I thought I was Christian in my youth and followed the bible, finished it my second time at 12 and attended church regularly by choice though my family had never done so. What broke me of this was the extensive hate and hypocrisy I consistently witnessed among followers. I happened to fall upon this site while looking up the tyr rune, which was referenced in another post and was fairly offended by the immediate attack and correlation with satan. It's a common fact that Hitler and the Nazi party corrupted several symbols for their use, including the swastika. That makes them evil, not the symbol. The reason for symbols is because symbols hold power. The christians have used symbols since they came to be in the form of the Cross.

However, I have read many of the comments on a few posts I've noticed that this community has a greater understanding of acceptance, which I find comforting for the future. I would, however, like to offer a word of caution. Do not immediately jump to blame a devil for a man's actions. Evil men need not the devil for support of their actions and doing so can blind you to the real problem. Also, I've noticed a very judgemental voice here against christians whom you don't deem intelligent enough to think for themselves. It may be true, but remember: judge not.

That said, I truly hope you find more like-minded believers who can look at the life of Christ as an example, and accept those around you as different with the hope that through your actions of kindness can bring more faithful the the light of your God.