Commentary by Linda: Monism and Serfdom vs Christian Theism and Liberty

"There are a great many God-fearing, dedicated, noble men and women in public life, present company included. And yes, we need your help to keep us ever-mindful of the ideas and the principles that brought us into the public arena in the first place. The basis of those ideals and principles is a commitment to freedom and personal liberty that, itself is grounded in the much deeper realization that freedom prospers only where the blessings of God are avidly sought and humbly accepted. The American experiment in democracy rests on this insight. Its discovery was the great triumph of our Founding Fathers, voiced by William Penn when he said: 'If we will not be governed by God, we must be governed by tyrants'." --Ronald Reagan  

"As one liberal academic administrator said in justifying his Draconian action in suppressing a Christian viewpoint, 'We cannot tolerate the intolerable.' This self-blinding, superior mindset explains how liberals can accuse conservatives of racism for their legitimate political differences with Barack Obama while demeaning, with racist epithets, Condoleezza Rice or Clarence Thomas. It's how they can mock conservatives for being close-minded while unilaterally declaring the end to the debate on global warming because of a mythical consensus they have decreed. It's how they can demand every vote count and exclude military ballots. It's how they can glamorize Jimmy Carter for gallivanting to foreign countries to supervise 'fair elections' and pooh-pooh ACORN's serial voter fraud in their own country. It's how they can threaten the tax-exempt status of evangelical churches for preaching on values, even when the churches don't endorse candidates, but fully support a liberal church's direct electioneering for specific candidates. ... It's how they can oppose the death penalty for the guilty but protect the death penalty for the innocent unborn. ... If you believe the left is tolerant, open-minded and democratic, you're in for a rude awakening." --columnist David Limbaugh


America is in the midst of a devastating spiritual crisis.  Two religions are warring with each other for supremacy and depending on the victor, either serfdom or continued liberty will be the outcome.  One religion is the ancient enemy and antithesis (opposite) of the other.  Ronald Reagan and the liberal cited by David Limbaugh represent the two spiritual combatants: Christian theism versus pagan monism, or as it is more commonly known today, evolutionary naturalism.  


The differences between Christian theism and naturalism are both irreconciable and destructive of each other.   The most crucial distinctions are these:  In Christian theism, the great I Am is immutable (not subject to change), lives, thinks, is personal and exists in the supernatural realm.  In short, though He interacts in His creation, He is not part of His creation.  Naturalism, being the opposite in every way, says that God is not immutable (He is subject to change), and He is 'part of the natural world (creation).'  In short, the great I Am is reduced to a source of energy that exists in and runs through the natural world and everything in it (all of creation).  In this view, since everything is subject to change (or evolution), truth and morality are also subject to change.  This way of reasoning inevitably leads to moral relativism and the blurring of the lines between good and evil, truth and lie, mankind and creation, the unnatural and the natural, decency and indecency, etc.  


The Genesis of Monism 


Shortly after the curtain rose on history in the post-flood world in the area known as Shinar, a man named Gilgamesh (Amraphel or Nimrod in the OT), the great grandson of Noah, pranced onto the scene and declared himself 2-parts god and 1-part man.  Forcing the people to worship idols, Nimrod thus re-established nature worship (monism), a practice whose beginnings are in the antediluvian or preflood world.  


After the dispersion, nature worship would spread throughout the world.  Though taking many different names and forms, it remained at its ground-of-being, monism (oneness).   


Monism is like a coin in that it has two sides:  materialism (ie.,atheism, secularism, Marxism, Buddhism) and pantheism (ie., Fascism, New Age, Progressivism, Liberal Christianity, Luciferian Theosophy).


From the start, monism has been the preferred choice for self-worshippers.  Its effects are disasterous.  On one hand, monism causes the individual to magically 'disappear' into 'oneness with' creation while elevating the 'few' to positions of complete control and power.   Monism also allows the 'chosen' to delude themselves into believing that they can manipulate the immanitized god-force that exists within everything.   From the pre-flood world to the post-flood world, a long line of men---from Nimrod to Western Europe's 'Franco-Germanic Enlightenment' thinkers such as Hegel, Adam Weishaupt and his Illuminati, Darwin, Marx, Comte, Nietzsche, Lenin, Mao, and Gorbachev---have been turning to monism for personal empowerment, godhood, and superman status.


All of the Enlightenment thinkers listed above called themselves 'enlightened' because they had rejected the supernatural I Am and instead had 'illumined' themselves by way of ancient gnostic-pagan (monist) wisdom teachings such as Heremeticism, neo-Platonism, alchemy, Roisicrucianism, Kundalini, Theosophy, and more.   The Franco-Germanic Enlightenment gave birth to the new 'scientific monism,' or immoralism and magic-thinking disguised as 'science' and 'reason.'       The new-monism's so-called 'reason' is seen in the answer to the question, "Why did you do that?"  Answer, "Because I FELT like doing it."


Paul remarked that there are only two fundamental 'religions.' He described them like this: "Either man will worship and serve irrational creation (as his creator) or he will worship and serve the rational Creator of all creation."    The former is irrational nature worship (monism) and the latter is rational Christian theism.  From the antediluvian world to the post-diluvian world and up to these last days, mankind has been separating into these two groups: monists and theists.   

Additionally, from the antediluvian world to the post-diluvian world, monism has led always and everywhere to despotic godmen (or modern tyrants such as Lenin, Stalin, Hitler and Mao); wizards (high priests of scientific monism), divinators (today's gnostic black-robed judges); statism (mind-and-conscience conrol), superstition, miserable caste-systems and their Western derivative, class and/or race-based systems; and collectivism (the slavery of communism, socialism, fascism).     Simultaneous to all of this, completely uncontrolled lust, covetousness, and envy (egomania) of the godmen (tyrants) and their closest circle paves a downward-spiraling highway to hell: war, death, and destruction.   

"Liberty must at all hazards be supported. We have a right to it, derived from our Maker. But if we had not, our fathers have earned and bought it for us, at the expense of their ease, their estates, their pleasure, and their blood. ... A Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever. Our obligations to our country never cease but with our lives." --John Adams


Our forefathers sacrificed their fortunes and their lives for our God-given liberty.   On election day 2008, America's spiritually-blind sheep signalled their preference for the comforts of a nanny-state rather than the rigors of individual liberty.  It appears that having tried God's way, it was found it too hard.  So like the ancient Hebrews, America's sheep have chosen the cold-comfort of slavery.