Rejecting Paul is Rejecting Christ
“I follow Jesus, not Paul”
This is a common response from those who fear that making too much of Paul will diminish the Lord Jesus Christ.
Don’t reject any words in the Bible, but certainly don’t take them out of context like most do. The synagogue adversary disingenuously uses and twists Paul to fool the laodiceans into achieving its desired outcomes. Don’t be bamboozled by the tactics of our adversary’s cunning prosecuting-attorney-like tactics.
A church void of intelligent revolutionaries
To wit, I am amazed at how most Christians primarily refer to and quote Paul in all their opinions at the exclusion of most everything else regarding the Christian Bible. The reasons here are fairly straightforward; Reading Paul is very easy and today’s Christian is actually very obtuse and insipid, so they stick with Paul on all matters. Intelligent revolutionaries are no longer attracted to the church nor the Biblical concept, especially when it pertains to governance.
Prior to the 1800s, many bright and talented scholars and people of influence were attracted to the Bible’s esoteric teachings and admonitions regarding governing. For instance, Western politicians and judges often referred to scripture with matters of jurisprudence as well as dealing with overcoming enemies; both foreign and domestic. This was especially true during the formative and earlier years of the United States. But a scan of the iron-and-clay alt-Christian bloggers indicates something different; many of them claim that the founding fathers were a bunch of racist and Freemasonic devil worshipers.
Indeed, the synagogue adversary has repositioned Christianity over the past 150 years to mirror the other major world religions, while the synagogue’s disingenuous twisting of Paul’s epistles has worked well for them in this regard. Thus, an intelligent, independent-minded, and savvy remnant Bible-reading Christian is continually confronted with willful stupidity from within the church. And mark my words, the church is loaded with willful stupidity. They quote Paul and sound like Buddhists and Hindus without even understanding. They sound like Eastern mystics, and because of this Jesus will spit them out of his mouth, because they decided to be that way out of social expediency.
Once saved, always saved
The soft and docile Paul-quoting Christians that populate the church today have need of nothing. While profoundly benefitting from the labors and sacrifices of those learned Western Christians who preceded them, they piss all over their legacies. Today’s Western Christian is a thankless sort who has been gifted with peace, prosperity, material abundance, and ample time to indulge in anything the mind conjures.
Today’s Christian denies what made the Western culture possible and accepts the beast from within its midst as a palatable alternative to the past. They are worse than the foreigners who come in and bleed the Christian nations dry, for they were blessed with understanding, yet rejected it. They are like the Israelites who decided to side with the Philistines and make peace rather than fight. Today’s Christian is to be cast down into the pit like dross.
Ultimately, many Christians today believe they’ll be raptured out of here and will not have to suffer the hardships that the Bible promises are coming. Nowhere in the Bible does it say they’re not going to have to endure, but they have deluded themselves into believing such a lie. That lie was planted in the seminaries by our synagogue adversary 150 years ago. These deluded Christians often refer to Paul when justifying their broken opinions. This is why today’s Christian is so soft and amenable to the evils he or she sees. They aren’t warning others and they certainly are not preparing.
The church is dead just like the brains of most of those who belong to it.