Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Scripture That Warns Against Falling Before Dialectical Praxis

Let There Be Difference…

Discipleship’s Internal Frame of Reference of Faith
If you study closely the gospel, you will see that Jesus confronts this issue of attack on the soul at the very basis of the call to discipleship. When He calls, the person must leave, he must hate, Jesus said, all,-- all other people, even family members, even spouse, father, mother, wife, children, and even his own life, or he cannot be Christ’s disciple. Luke 14:26. Then he must take up his cross-the cross of shame, rejection, and reproach. The internal submission of the soul to Christ must transcend all that one sees with the eye. The soul now lives by faith, not by sight. He operates from the internal reference point of mystical union with Christ, His kingdom, His voice, His Word, rather than being influenced by any external force around him. In addition, the disciple must be prepared for universal rejection, hatred, reproach, and shame, because he is now living out of his internal reference to the unseen Christ, rather than being in submission to the group around him.

The Socializing of all of Life, Including State and Church
Answering the call of discipleship is the basis of Christianity. The individuality that takes place in answering the call of discipleship is the basis of the freedoms of our Anglo-Saxon Common Law and our Constitution, all of which is becoming a dead “piece of paper” as the very reference point to which it was addressed-namely, individual freedom in discipleship-has been removed in the soul due to dialectical praxis.
The same with the church-it has become an institution with the focus on the external ecclesiastical hierarchy, rather than on the worship of the unseen God. This is fundamental to ecumenism, to Church Growth, to NLP, to the New Theology, to the host of variations of apostasy. At the root of it lies submission to the hierarchy of man rather than the internal submission in faith to the unseen world of the true, Biblical Christ, and His kingdom. Our entire culture has shifted off the world of individual faith with the internal reference point of conviction, to external fitting in with the group-be it the nation, the church, the classroom, or the church board.

The Person Maintaining the Authority of Christ’s Name is Regarded with Disbelief
The person who still maintains his ground of the internal reference point of faith in discipleship under the authority of Christ’s name is regarded with disbelief. How can he be so disagreeable, out of touch, so “unloving”, so maladjusted, as to not fit in with the general consensus as change is brought in? 100 years ago, the servant of the Lord wrote these words:
“The prevailing spirit of our time is one of infidelity and apostasy-a spirit of avowed illumination because of a knowledge of truth, but in reality of the blindest presumption. Human theories are exalted and placed where God and His law should be. Satan tempts men and women to disobey, with the promise that in disobedience they will find liberty and freedom that will make them as gods. There is seen a spirit of opposition to the plain word of God, of idolatrous exaltation of human wisdom above divine regvelation. Men have allowed their minds to become so darkened and confused by conformity to worldly customs and influences that they seem to have lost all power to discriminate between light and darkness, truth and error. So far have they departed from the right way that they hold the opinions of a few philosophers, so called, to be trustworthier than the truths of the Bible. The entreaties and promises of God’s word, its threatenings against disobedience and idolatry-these seem powerless to melt their hearts. A faith such as actuated Paul, Peter, and John they regard as old-fashioned, mystical, and unworthy of the intelligence of modern thinkers.” PK 178.
Today, dialectical praxis has almost engulfed humanity.

Dialectical Praxis Can Rear Its Head in the Most Unsuspecting Places
The issue of internal versus external reference points can arise anywhere. In the most unsuspecting environments, dialectical praxis is used to break down the conscience and conviction of souls, often in order to maintain and establish the authority of a hierarchy of power.

Re-educating Conscience from the Internal Conviction of Faith to External Hierarchy and Group
In a revolutionary cell in Communist China, dialectical praxis was used to “convert” the dissident to the principles of communism. In a classroom, it will be used to eliminate conviction regarding moral absolutes. In a church setting, it will uphold “God,” while at the same time work to extinguish the authority of God in life manifested in individual conviction in true discipleship, and re-educate the conscience to submission to the church hierarchy. Remember that Satan is an expert at quoting Scripture. “Satan is an expert in quoting Scripture, placing his own interpretations upon passages, by which he hopes to cause us to stumble.” GC 530. In the Second Temptation of Christ in the Wilderness, Satan used Scripture to countenance deception: “As Jesus before used the word of God to sustain His faith, the tempter now uses it to countenance his deception.” DA 124.

You Will Encounter Dialectical Praxis Sooner or Later
It requires some intellectual effort to understand dialectical materialism, or diaprax for short, but it is crucial, for today it has penetrated every level of life, education, government, and the church, and it will ultimately impact massively on your life, no matter how sheltered you may think you are, for the sure Word of the Lord, it is bringing on the Great Tribulation. Fundamental to the Skull and Bones society, for example, it is the Hegelian dialectic.

The Ruthless Application of Dialectical Praxis Against Individual Conviction
Fundamental to the elimination of conscience and dissent in the church is dialectical praxis. Dialectical praxis is used in and out of church board meetings, for example, to utterly exterminate all opposition to the Jesuit plan of the utter extermination of Protestantism by bringing congregations into full submission to ecclesiastical authority and then controlling the hierarchy from the top down. When it is used upon church members who would dare to resist the authoritarianism of the blast from the bottomless pit, the resisters, unless they know what the weapon is that is being used against them, are left reeling, in utter confusion, devastated, with all resistance ground up, shattered, and spat out in little pieces.

A Short History of Dialectical Praxis
For Hundreds of Years Dialectics Have Been the Special Province of the Jesuits Order
When the Jesuits developed communism [1600 to 1750 in Paraguay] the use of the dialectic found new horizons and development. In 1789, under their front organization, the Illuminati, the Jesuits launched a new manifestation of satanic power in Europe, the French Revolution, spoken of in Revelation 11 as a power arising out of the bottomless pit. The world would never be the same again. Ellen White would write in Education 228 that the worldwide dissemination of the teachings of the French Revolution would bring on the Great Tribulation.

The Hegelian Dialectic
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831), a German philosopher, developed the dialectic into a new format to utterly confuse the way the brain functions. He developed the dialectic into thesis, antithesis, and synthesis, to bring about massive, fundamental, and virtually irreversible change.

Dialectical Materialism or Marxism
The Jesuits seized upon this new development of the dialectic and applied it to their ideology of communism. The result was the codification of communism in a refined and defined manifesto by the Jew, Karl Marx (1818-1883), called Marxism, often called dialectical materialism, in 1848. The immediate result was 50 revolutions in Europe, as chaos swept the European continent. One year later, in 1849, Ellen White would have her Hold, Hold, Hold vision.

Lenin considered Hegelian Dialectics Richest, Most Profound
Lenin wrote, “As the most comprehensive and profound doctrine of development, and the richest in content, Hegelian dialectics were considered by Marx and Engels the greatest achievement of classical German philosophy.” Lenin, Collected Works, vol. 24, p. 53, quoted in David A. Nobel, Understanding the Times, p. 298.

Marxism Penetrates Czarist Russia in the 1870s, Jesuits Readmitted in 1922
By the 1870s, Marxism had penetrated Russia, with the slipping past of the Czar’s censors of Marx Das Kapital. By the end of the 1870s, virtually every student in Russian universities was a Marxist and the nation was ripe for revolution. In 1917, the revolution came under Vladimir Lenin. Within a year, the Czar, the ancient enemy of Rome and defender of Eastern and Russian Orthodoxy was assassinated. By 1922, the Jesuits were readmitted to Russia, a delegation of Jesuits under the leadership of Edmund Walsh from Georgetown University paid a visit to Russia, and by 1925, the Jesuit-trained Stalin was firmly in command.

Dialectical Praxis Fundamental to Russian Takeover
Fundamental to the takeover in Russia was the work of the Russian university-trained Marxist intellectuals who led small groups all over Russia, using dialectical praxis. Praxis, is Latin for practice, or practical application, in this case, the application of Marxist dialectic. After years of the application of dialectical praxis in factories and farms of Russia, in ten days that shook the world, Marxist dialectical praxis seized control of the largest national land mass on earth which would become the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, or the Soviet Union for short.

Lenin Explains the Hegelian Dialectic
Lenin was the most fond of the Marxist/Hegelian dialectic, for it used to utterly exterminate all opposition, grinding up the minds and hearts and souls of all those opposed to the revolutionary concepts. Lenin wrote:
“Dialectics reveals that development proceeds by a process, in which the given situation-or thing, or idea-always gives birth to its exact antithesis, opposite; and in doing so doing creates a tension, a struggle, which becomes the motive power for change, progress, as the antithesis struggles with its mother, the thesis, until out of the struggle a new stage in history-be it of the situation, of the thing, or of the idea-is reached, namely the synthesis-and this, in turn, becomes the starting point of another round, by giving birth once more to its opposite.” –Lenin Collected Works, vol, 38, p. 358, quoted in Nobel, Understanding the Times, p. 140.

Dialectical Materialism Takes Over China in the 1950s
By 1950, dialectical materialism, or Marxism, was seizing China under the Yale-educated Mao Tse Tung. Fundamental to Mao’s Marxist revolution were cell groups, used to brain wash and overpower all opposition. Jesuit worker-priests in China joined the communist cell groups. (Malachi Martin, The Jesuits, 289, 290.)

In GC31 (1964-1966) Jesuits Decide to Utterly Transform All Human Society With Hegelian Dialectic and Teilhardian Pantheism
From 1964 to 1966, the Jesuits held their General Congregation 31 at the Gesu in Rome. The result was the launching of the Jesuit Pierre Teilard de Chardin’s pantheism and Marxism in America and around the world to utterly transform all of human society. The Soviets would place the books of the Jesuit Pierre Teihard de Chardin “on display with those of Marx and Lenin in Moscow’s Hall of Atheism.” –Malachi Martin, The Jesuits, 290.

Dialectical Praxis Takes Over America
The Jesuit Revolution resulting from GC31 was what has come to be known as the Hippie Revolution in America. Its pantheism would create the sexual revolution, crumbing Protestantism and Protestant morality forever in America. Fundamental to this Jesuit revolution of the 1960s was the massive introduction of the Hegelian Dialectic into an entire generation. It produced the “generation gap” as parents could no longer understand the way that their children thought. Children left their parents homes and society and formed hippie communes. The Jesuits, such as the Jesuit McSorley, carefully oversaw the whole process, which produced Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Pastor Rick Warren as well, of the Saddleback Church, whose Purpose driven Life has sold over 20 million copies and sweep the Structure.

Dialectical Praxis Sweeps the Churches, Pastoral Training, Education, Government, and Military
Jesuit dialectical praxis is the fundamental teaching of the Jesuit Liberation Theology that exploded throughout North and South America in the 1970s and following. Jesuit dialectical praxis immediately swept education, the churches, the government, the military, and all before it. It penetrated everywhere. Pastors in training were taught it in Human Relations workshops, in how to develop consensus and eliminate conscience and conviction so that there could be a church unity based, not on the fear of God and the truth, but upon submission to the “group,” the social unit, or, as it was put in Russia and China, the commune.

Dialectical Praxis Especially Used to Eliminate Dissent as Change is Brought In
Dialectical praxis found especial favor with universities involved in pastoral training for church growth, with salesmen, with businessmen, with any profession that desired to control the mind of its opposition, and crumple dissent. Of course, there is no discipline like psychology for the control of the human mind. The church growth movement even introduced “cell groups,” a concept that had been used in Communist Chinese brain-washing, had spread in the wake of communism to North Korea, spread to the megachurchs of South Korea where it was used to implement unity and eliminate dissent, and from there to the Church Growth movement in America, where it entered the Structure’s Church Growth movement.

Creator of NLP Involved in Dialectical Praxis
Richard Bandler, one of the creators of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or NLP, for short, was deeply involved in the promotion of dialectical praxis. NLP would sweep the Structure in the 1990s, as hundreds of pastors were trained in it in the Calling and Caring Labs I and II, developed by Dr. John Savage. Hundreds were sent on to far more secret advanced NLP training in the hard-core NLP classes, for the Calling and Caring Labs only had about six hours of NLP in them. The pastors and conference men then trained their elders, and used it to control those resisting the New Theology and the invasion of pantheism.

Dialectical Praxis Can Appear in Unexpected Terrain
Ministries can pick up dialectical praxis in academic training where it is rife, and train its ministry workers in its principles. A man does not have to go through higher education to imbibe of diaprax. He can easily learn it from others at a ministry-or, off the street. And then, dialectical praxis, implemented by the agents of this ministry, can use these techniques to silence dissent in churches they operate. Thus, the same principles as used by the Jesuits make their way into new terrain, and many are overthrown. (Daniel 11:41).
For four and half centuries, the Jesuits have been masters of dialectics. Since their deployment of Jesuitical communism, they have added praxis to their dialectic. This had now been packaged and unleashed in academia through most of the twentieth century.

Stay Tuned to Part II
How An Ecclesiastical Hierarchy Silences a Dissenting Movement Using Hegelian Dialectics

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Source: http://www.lastdaywarriors.com/~bobs777/LetThereBeADifference3.htm 

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