Conspiracy Theories

In Bible Believing circles, conspiracy theories are a hot topic.

We all know Christians who have gone off the deep end and moved into the wilderness to “get off the grid” but have done nothing for the Lord in the last 20 years.  Obviously, there is a danger in going overboard on Conspiracy theories.

Nevertheless, there is SOME profit in understanding that our understanding of the last 100 years of history makes more sense when viewed through the lens of what would commonly be referred to as “Conspiracy theories.”

One of the theories that this blog has taken a tough stand against, is the idea that Bible Believers should get involved in politics in order to try and “save ‘Merica”.  Many big shot pastors and evangelists are going around this country and acting like the Bible teaches that we should try and change the direction of this country through sending Bible school graduates to DC to try and make a difference.

If one understands the truth about this country, no one would ever teach that this country CAN be saved.  “The wicked shall be cast into hell and all the nations that forget God.”  The common illustration is a man trying to bail water out of the Titanic.  Evangelists will teach that we should at least try to save the Titanic.  This illustration is faulty because if ‘Merica is the Titanic, it is not in the process of sinking.  It is at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.  Who would bail water at that point?  Maybe that’s a bad question because you might be able to find an evangelist that IS that stupid…

The way to prove that this country is sunk is 9/11.  If this country is so crooked that it would purposely stage a terror attack in order to force in the Patriot Act and wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, then that country is not worth any effort trying to save it.

Our nation’s history is riddled with conspiracy theories that turned out to be true:

  1. Kuwaiti girl’s testimony that got us into the first Gulf War.
  2. Watergate.
  3. Gulf of Tonkin incident that got us into the Vietnam War.
  4. MK-ULTRA’s mind control techniques.
  5. The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment.
  6. The government’s advance knowledge of the sinking of the Lusitania to start WWI.
  7. The government’s advance knowledge of the attack on Pearl Harbor to start WWI.

That is how our government works.  The ship has sunk.

I said all that to introduce the idea that all Bible Believer’s believe in some Conspiracies.  

People will argue all day about the exact definition of a Bible Believer.  But one condition that is almost without debate is that no Bible Believer believes in the Theory of Evolution.  Some proponents of the Skip Theory (no gappers) think that the Gap Fact is a compromise, but even the most extreme believer in the Gap believes that Darwinian Evolution is a fact.

Bible Believers are forced to admit that there is a CONSPIRACY and that all the scientists of the world are working together under the auspices of the Devil in order to teach kids that men descend from monkeys.  This conspiracy’s ultimate goal (or the purveyors of this conspiracy’s goal) is to teach men that all existence is an accident and that nothing exists after death.  There is no soul because souls don’t fit into the evolutionary paradigm.  In their most open dialogue, the high priests of the religion of evolution will teach that since death is as natural as life, then there may come a time when killing men by the millions is as expedient as killing the wolves in Yellowstone or the Tasmanian Tigers.  This will culminate in the religion of the Antichrist and the deaths of so many that the Antichrist will make Hitler, Stalin, and Mao look like little kiddies.

All Bible Believers accept this conspiracy.

Another conspiracy that a Bible Believer holds to, is the conspiracy about modern Bible versions.   How in the world, modern scholars have duped the world into thinking that the Alexandrian-text type that represents less that 5% of available manuscripts represents the God honoured originals can only be labelled as a conspiracy.

Researchers Chris Pinto, David Daniels of Chick Publications, and Steven Avery are beginning to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Codex Siniaticus (Aleph) is a 19th Century forgery stolen by Tischendorf and lyingly presented as written in the 4th Century.  We now are forced to admit that modern scholarship is as corrupt on Bible manuscripts as it is on Evolution.  To believe contrary to the modern paradigm is to be a conspiracy theorist.  It shouldn’t bother a Bible Believer at all.

So knowing that all Bible Believers believe in some form of Conspiracy Theory, we shouldn’t be so averse to the idea that 9/11 was an inside job and that the devil rules the world through the Pope and the Pope through the Jesuits and the UN all the way down to the great puppets Obama and ole’ Trump.  We shouldn’t reject ideas like Geocentricity out of hand, but we should ask ourselves the only question that really matters, “What saith the Scripture?”

This should make you want to stay out of politics and science and move closer to the Lord Jesus Christ in desiring and praying for his soon return.

 

A Famous Patrick Henry Quote

“It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the gospel of Jesus Christ.  For that reason alone, people of other faiths have been afforded freedom of worship here.”
~ Patrick Henry ~             

 

Saw this quote for a God and Country rally at an independent King James only Baptist Church.  Guess what?  Ole’ Patty was wrong.  

 

You can mine quotes from anywhere to prove anything and it means nothing if it is not backed up by facts.  

 

Fact: the legally binding, government endorsed Treaty of Tripoli says in Article 11:

 

“As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion;”

 

Ole’ Patty was wrong again.

 

King James Bible Believers need to get their facts straight and realize that no rally for “God and Country” will amount to anything in the Lord’s eyes.

 

Go to DC and see for yourself.  This country was founded by Masons.

Thoughts on DC

 

Just got back from my expedition to DC.  I truly wondered if something about the trip would rekindle my patriotism.  It did not.  I used to have patriotism.  I have had little to none since I started reading the Bible over a decade ago.  My patriotic fire has completely gone out and the only way to start it burning again would be for me to set the Bible aside, something I will never do, Lord willing.  

 

Patriotism isn’t inherently wrong or sinful.  But when you have God’s standards of righteousness and holiness and you live in a country where people openly and PROUDLY flaunt their disobedience and you still have patriotic fervor, then something is amiss.  That kind of patriotism is as wrong for the Christian as patriotism in Republican France or Soviet Russia.  

 

But, I thought that maybe I would see for myself that this is more a Christian nation than I had thought in my studies.  But now mine eyes have seen.  The nation’s capital could not be a less Christian place.  

 

This country is not on a slippery slope away from God.  It has completely left him out.  You see this clearly demonstrated by the architecture of the nation’s capital.  And, although the average American has been God fearing in a general sense, the leaders have never been.  If these “Founding Babies” (as I call them) had feared God, they would not have built so many statues to pagan gods and godessess.  Now we live in a day and age when the average American is not God fearing.  So, the leaders and the average citizen has not the “fear of God before their eyes.” (Rom 3:18)  

 

In reference to the architecture, there is one good way to illustrate the architecture of DC.  If the city were to be buried, as is, and then dug up in 2000 years,  the archaeologists would come to a unanimous conclusion:  America was as pagan a nation as Athens and Rome.  There are statues galore and none of Christ.  This is an undeniable fact.  Had this country been a “Christian nation” at it’s founding, then it’s leaders would have made sure someone understood this.  But, there it is, in unmuteable stone: no God, no Bible, no Jesus Christ and plenty of pagan statues.

 

The “Founding Babies” undoubtably were Freemasons who absolutely rejected the Bible commands against idols and idolatry.  It is beyond comprehension how a Bible Believer could walk through those areas and think that God had any part in the place.  Over 200 years ago the desire of Christian men, including Baptists, and elite Freemasons lined up.  The average Christian in America gave his consent to the creation of a secular government by those religiously tolerant Freemasons.  That is history.  The great myth is to call those Founders, “Christians.” They were clearly not in any sense of the term.  

 

As much as I am thankful for the freedoms that we enjoy in this country, there is no reason to alter the historical record in order to justify an unbiblical patriotism and anti-biblical desire to push young Christians to get involved in the political process.  The vast majority of Independent Baptist preachers, evangelists, and leaders have rejected the Biblical injunction to stay in the battle and not entangle “himself with the affairs of this life.”  II Tim 2:4