How was Political Correctness Born in America?

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[The following takes place in Hell among a classroom of young demons. The timing occurs directly after a previous blog post was written. The Dean of Demonic Warfare, Wormwood, had just finished giving his presentation on his effects in America.]

After the final PowerPoint slide ended, Dean Wormwood then paused and slowly turned his head to the left. There was a picture of Satan on the wall. It partially covered a medium-sized crack that ran from the floor up to the roof. The young demons watched as Wormwood steadily walked over to the crack and delicately ran his palm over it.

For the entire class period Wormwood spoke with such confidence to the fellow demons, but now his demeanor was different. Wormwood, in a suddenly defeated voice speaks, “the Enemy Jesus somehow has always seemed to be many steps ahead of us. Just look at the Cross and the Resurrection. Never never never forget that the Enemy Jesus has already won. The Enemy creates life where we constantly claim death … But that does not mean we cannot still try.  Class dismissed.”

“WA-WAIT”, Cupid, one of the freshmen demons, hesitantly exclaimed, “I do not understand. You keep saying that you slowly had the Americans to believe in individualism and Universalism. How exactly does that benefit us?”

The freshman demon grew more confident as he spoke – his chest sticking out as if he caught the Dean’s flaw, proving to be the smartest demon in class. The freshman continued, “Last class you spoke on today’s American political correctness and how it ties into individualism. However, would not the Enemy Jesus want those things? Humans enjoy independence and would want to join The Enemy if He seems to accept all things, right?”

Dean Wormwood, still looking at the picture of Satan, does not move in the slightest. It is as if he never heard Cupid’s question. His glare resolute. Wormwood’s eyes glowing as red as the pit of Hell itself. His demeanor switched back from defeat to assurance. An assurance spurred on by the curious freshman demon wanting to learn…but apparently still lacking faith in Father Satan’s plan.

Wormwood finally turns toward the class. He answers:

“Do not be so foolishly narrow-minded, Cupid. Of course individualism itself is not evil. Even political correctness has solid merit. Political correctness has the ability to stop humans from being marginalized or insulted by other humans. The Enemy Jesus enjoys that result when the human’s heart is involved.

All that said, that is NOT our end goal. If we stopped there we’d be defeated for sure. Our end goal is to pervert human thought process as to make it impossible for humans to truly guide one another toward the Enemy Jesus.

At the start of western America…we set in a subtle 300 year long plan of moral and sexual liberty that would destroy the effect of the Gospel. It is a free speech apocalypse. The Bible requires repentance on some level – but a human cannot tell another human to follow the Enemy Jesus without simultaneously calling that person to walk away from something else.

When individualism is coupled with political correctness that “something else” now doesn’t have to be walked away from anymore. Hence, true repentance in order to follow the Enemy Jesus cannot be achieved. Therefore, over time with our successful plan, the humans naturally become anti-repentant. You see, the bloody Gospel is not only a Gospel of repenting from sins that they KNOW are WRONG – it is also repenting from things that they THOUGHT were a VIRTUE

nomomnodadSexual sin is not immoral because it is or isn’t distasteful. Not at all. Sexual sin is immoral because God prohibits it.

You are probably wondering how we did this over the span of 300 years. During the late 1700s the founding fathers of The United States still had the bitter taste in their mouths from how the British used religious authority. Part of the reason of the numerous wars in Europe was because of church denominations (Anglicans, Catholics, Protestants etc). It would make sense for the founding fathers to avoid the Europeans’ ways in not having a single denominational “Church of the United States” at the federal level. Doing so would naturally lead to conflict against states that may have had primarily different denominations. Hence the 1st Amendment of the Constitution.

After that was achieved, it all became a gradual game of words. Semantics. Equivocation. Sure, we demons were not initially happy when humans settled on Christian denominations being neutrally equal in law. It greatly hindered religious wars in America. We demons do love human wars, but we patiently waited for something better.political-correctness-language-thoguht-control

Listen very closely young ones… we got the Americans to start with denominational neutrality. After a little over 100 years, when humans stopped paying attention, that moved to religious neutrality. That eventually shifted to worldview neutrality. Now, it has turned into morality neutrality. So that everything today has reduced to “anything goes”. What the humans meant for good we twisted for evil.

As my demon teacher once told me, ‘It is funny how mortals always picture us as putting things into their minds: in reality our best work is done by keeping things out!’

The American founding fathers were not being malicious in their thought process. Their conscience was doing something good at the time for the betterment of their country. However, we have successfully twisted that thought and slipped it all the way down to subjective morality. Now, Christians must shut up otherwise they are doing something wrong against others. Now, no one has authority or the ability to tell anyone else that they are doing wrong. Emotion controls reason.”

Dean Wormwood quiets as he finally finishes. His massive robe drags the floor as he slowly approaches Cupid. Wormwood pats the top of his head saying, “Your curiosity shows much promise. I have high hopes for you, Cupid. Praise be to Satan.”

“Class dismissed.”

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“The Bible is elegantly true”, proves Alexander The Great??

In a little over three weeks, we will be celebrating Alexander the Great’s 2368th birthday! There may be a few Facebook events popping up soon for celebrations. Alexander the Great lived the kind of eventful life that every young, rough, adolescent boy dreams of having. Wars, fighting, and winning those wars. Men admired him and neighboring countries feared him. Being taught for most of his childhood by the one and only Aristotle, Alexander definitely possessed an astutely educated mind.

In 336 BC, Alexander became king of Macedon. The rest of his life was then devoted to conquering land and gaining power…. as well as removing anything and anyone that came in his way. When it came to ego and basic morals, he immediately went bunkers – as history tells us that most tyrannical kings seem to do. Alex (can I call you Alex?) killed his family members, past allies, he conquered Greek city-states, Egypt, and most of Asia itself. If we are going to compare wit, leadership, and tactical brilliancy, then Alex laughs in the face of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and also makes Bin Laden seem as smart as Aaron Hernandez.

Lastly, there was one particular conquest that set Alex apart from any others before him. After defeating Persia, his new goal was to take control of the key port of Tyre. Now it just so happens that Tyre was located on an island approximately half a mile from the mainland and was heavily fortified with walls up to 150-ft high! In this day and age we have the Navy and Air Force that can easily get to an island, but they did not have this luxury. Not letting this stop them, Alex and his engineering buddies devised a plan to connect the mainland to the island. They realized the water was very shallow, being only 3 feet deep. So they collected rubble, old boulders, and other remaining ruins from the nearby “old city” of Tyre that was still connected to the mainland and threw it all in the water to form a small road. This, in modern-day engineering terms, is called a jetty. With this jetty created from pieces of an old ruined city, 30,000 army men were now to be able to travel over water to destroy the “newly” rebuilt Tyre. They used every scrap they could to build it until the “old” Tyre was completely empty. Alex did, indeed, get what he wanted. It was an epic battle.

They eventually conquered the “new” island of Tyre. However, why is this important? What is so awesome and incredibly mind-blowing about this, is that God foretells of this occurrence happening to Tyre about 257 years before this event took place.

In 590 BC, the prophet Ezekiel (Ezekiel 26:1 to 28:19) foretold that King Nebuchadnezzar’s army would lay siege to Tyre; and that over time, other nations would also go to war against Tyre, continually scraping its foundations to bare rock and would lay its stones and debris in the midst of the sea. Ezekiel further prophesied that eventually Tyre would never be rebuilt again and that it would be a place for the “spreading of nets.”

When this scripture was written, Tyre was a thriving city in Asher. It was NOT an island at all. What Ezekiel said is that nations will come like waves (i.e. over time) and eventually wipe Tyre clean away. Three years later Nebuchadnezzar goes to war against Tyre…followed by the Chaldeans, the Assyrians, the Greeks, Saracens, and the Crusaders over the span of many many years. I would not be shocked if my grandparents went to war against Tyre as well. Apparently it was the cool thing to do. During all this time of losing wars, and before Alexander The Great came in, the few citizens left in Tyre we able to build an island off the mainland, the “new” Tyre. The “old” Tyre was still in Asher but was destroyed to rubble. It was not wiped clean yet as scripture said it would be. However, God said that “old” Tyre would eventually be wiped clean and thrown in the ocean. Sooooo, if this doesn’t happen, maybe God lied to us. Well, that’s where Alexander The Great came into play. One of the ways God’s sovereignty worked over Alex was to fulfill His own prophecy of finishing the complete dismantling of the “old” Tyre AND throwing its rubble and other pieces into the ocean. Which we just mentioned that Alex and his army did exactly that.

The prophecy came true to the last detail. As all of God’s prophecies seem to do. Boom Shocka Locka. God wins once again. Scuba divers today can dive along the jetty to see many of the granite columns Alexander’s army dumped into the sea. In all of history, Tyre is the only city to have all of its rubble cast into the sea. Even the prophetic detail of the fishing nets in those verses has proved accurate. For hundreds of years fishermen have spread out their nets to dry on those jetty rocks.

How awesome is it that we have a holy and loving God that says he’s going to do something and then he actually does it. God says let there be light and there is. He tells the earth to flood and it does. Jesus tells a dead man to wake up and the man does. I love our Father. He fills me with awe.

Psalm 115:3 ; Isaiah 43