Evangelicals, want a society ruled by those who know what the word of God is. The technical name for that is theocracy


BN_Cromwell2.jpg

Evangelicals,

want a society ruled by those who know what the word of God is.

The technical name for that is theocracy?

554959_154159718085764_1447579445_n

Oliver Cromwell’s head

ROOM29Cromwell

The Causes of the English Civil War

scarlet-letter-DVDcover

The Scarlet Letter. Nathaniel Hawthorne

Church + State

If Dominionism Doesn’t Exist, Someone Forgot To Tell The Dominionists

The Dominionist Manifesto

Critics of dominionism no longer welcome at American Family Association

Dominionism, the movement to replace the Constitution with a theocracy

Rise of the Religious Right in the Republican Party

The Rise of Dominionism in America

Herescope: Denying Dominionism

The Dominionism Cover-Up

Francis Schaeffer was not a “Dominionist”

Is The Charge of “Christian Dominionism” a Foil of The Left?

Erroneous Charges Of Dominionism & Theocracy

An unholy war on the Tea Party

crosstreets

WallBuilders

American Creation

bartonstewart

David Barton and Jon Stewart

Ralph E. Reed, Jr. the Christian Coalition

PASTOR-FRED-PHELPS-001

Fred Phelps Religious beliefs

Phelps describes himself as an Old School Baptist, and states that he holds to all of the Five Points of Calvinism.[24] Phelps particularly highlights John Calvin‘s doctrine ofunconditional election, the belief that God has elected certain people for salvation before birth, and limited atonement, the belief that Christ only died for the elect, and condemns those who believe otherwise.[25] Despite Phelps’ claims of being a Primitive Baptist, he was ordained by a Southern Baptist church and is rejected and generally condemned by Primitive Baptists.[26]

Phelps views Arminianism (particularly the views of the Methodist theologian William Munsey) as a “worse blasphemy and heresy than that heard in all filthy Saturday night fag bars in the aggregate in the world”.[27] In addition to John Calvin, Phelps admires Martin Luther and Bob Jones, Sr., and has approvingly quoted a statement by Jones that “what this country needs is 50 Jonathan Edwardses turned loose in it.”[28] Phelps particularly holds to equal ultimacy, believing that “God Almighty makes some willing and he leads others into sin”, a view he says is Calvinist.[29] However, many theologians would identify him as a Hyper-Calvinist (Hyper meaning “beyond” or “above” not “extreme”).[30]

SITHcvr_edited_2

Phelps is against common Baptist practices like Sunday school meetings, Bible colleges and seminaries, and multi-denominational crusades,[31] although he attended Bob Jones University and worked with Billy Graham in his Los Angeles Crusade before Graham changed his views on a literal Hell and salvation. Phelps considers Graham the greatest false prophet since Balaam, and also condemns large church leaders such as Robert Schuller and Jerry Falwell, in addition to all current Catholics.[32]

Jonathan_Edwards_900x6001

Jonathan Edwards (theologian)

Bob-Jones-University-74A9755B

Letters to the WSWS – World Socialist Web Site

We now return to the Bob Jones saga

EIPS - Main Page Ian Paisley

Michael L. Weinstein

James+Dobson+BoB+DoB

Christian Reconstructionism & the Christian Right: Common Goals, Common Beliefs

NAR Critic Slams James Dobson and ‘Pro-Family Leaders’ for ‘Giving Credibility to False Teachers

Bryan Fischer Posts Archive

American Family Association

afafather

I think the question of Dominion ism gets clearer and clearer every election cycle, the Christian Right’s behavior just gets worse and worse win or lose.I would disagree with those who claimed that Geoge W Bush was a Dominionist, if I was conservative, I would be exactly like that, but I’m not. I think Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin deserve being questioned about it, Todd Palin’s dalliance with Biblical based secessionist movement alone calls for that. Bachmann’s statements, her leanings toward far right Christian thinkers and Marcus’s business being at variance with most accepted Psychologists merit our wondering. Rick Perry can’t expect us to not wonder about him when his supporters are a mixed bag, with a good number of very questionable figures. 

482775_517093121662906_446339285_n

It isn’t so much any of the previously mentioned politicians that are the problem, They are but alarm bells to a growing menace that is very real and getting more and more extreme. Dan Quayle was annoying, if a bit comical, the virtual armed insurrection and extremist hate rhetoric surfacing now are too dangerous to dismiss much longer.The Christian Right is increasingly sounding exactly like the Evangelical/Charismatic Extremist that actually fought in the English Civil War. They are even basically Puritans (Charismatics) and Presbyterians (Calvinist Evangelicals)I think the being even handed to both sides is no longer appropriate  Liberals are the same as in the 1990′s, the Christian Right keeps driving the Conservatives farther and farther to the right and behaving more and more abysmally. If there aren’t Dominionists  then there is an increasingly imminent threat of Dominion ism coming?

abortion-restrictions-graph-increase

The Tea Party is the Christian right or is dominated and driven by the Christian Right, James Dobson sanctioned Rand Paul.

‘Spanking for Jesus’ movement lets God-fearing husbands feel good about punishing their wives

Oppressed Women

About dummidumbwit

"I live in a trailer at the edge of town!" Neil Young=Revolution Blues
This entry was posted in Christianity, Culture, God, Government, INTERNATIONAL, Media, Philosophy, Religion, Society, Spirituality and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

7 Responses to Evangelicals, want a society ruled by those who know what the word of God is. The technical name for that is theocracy

  1. Peter Kirk says:

    Thanks for the link. But don’t treat evangelicals as all the same. Many of us evangelicals completely reject the kind of theocracy you are describing. Almost all of us reject the teaching and practices of Fred Phelps.

    • dummidumbwit says:

      I’m Evangelical Lutheran, the fundamentalist Evangelicals/Charismatics are lumping themselves into the Evangelical whole, the post is after the extremist end that is still essentially 17th century Fundamentalist, I complain when Fundamentalist try to label themselves as Evangelicals, it’s good Public Relations but Fundamentalist Evangelical/Charismatic extremism is the object of this post?

  2. Pingback: The links between Tea Party Extremism and Bob Jones Sr. type Churches in Illinois | Dummidumbwit's Weblog

  3. Pingback: Glen Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Sean Hannity call re-branding effort an attempt to muzzle the Floater wing of the GOP!!! | Dummidumbwit's Weblog

  4. Pingback: Free the Kozmic Kornporn Krackers!!! | Dummidumbwit's Weblog

  5. Pingback: Staver: ‘We’re Seeing The Beginning Groundswell Of A Potential New American Revolution’ | Dummidumbwit's Weblog

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s