There must be a change in which Christians understand eschatology. I’m not only talking about the so-called rapture and how we are the “terminal generation.” Eschatology is an inescapable prospect. A pessimistic eschatology has the tendency to immobilize people. This is also true of optimistic “rescue eschatology” that has infected the church. According to them, nothing can be done or should be done to work for fundamental change in our world because all efforts are destined to fail, and that’s a good thing!
Every worldview of any substance has an eschatology, from the Communists**** and Muslims to the New World Order and the World Economic Forum, and let’s not forget China whose young people aren’t transitioning from male to female and female to male and turning the two sexes into a bizarre gender menagerie and propagandizing their youth with acceptance of drag queens as cultural icons and influencers. This video from Blue’s Clues will make you sick, and if it doesn’t, then you are sick.
We are seeing the effects of immorality that’s leading to irrationality and mental illness. Where people truly believe that men can become women despite the reality of science that we’re being told by the Left always to follow.
Richard Dawkins, famed atheist and believer in abiogenesis (life from non-life evolution) once said, “Religion is capable of driving people to such dangerous folly that faith seems to me to qualify as a kind of mental illness.” But it’s his own worldview that’s created some of the mess we’re in. In 2021 he tweeted the following:
In 2015, Rachel Dolezal, a white chapter president of NAACP, was vilified for identifying as Black. Some men choose to identify as women, and some women choose to identify as men. You will be vilified if you deny that they literally are what they identify as. Discuss.
Christianity can be questioned, but don’t anyone dare question transgender ideology. The American Humanists abandoned their “it’s science” mantra and stripped him of his 1996 “Humanist of the Year Award” for disparaging transgender people. According to the American Humanists, humanism is “a progressive philosophy of life that, without theism or other supernatural beliefs, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfilment that aspire to the greater good.” The problem is that in a matter-only cosmos there is no way ultimately to account for what an ethical life should be.
Why It Might Be OK to Eat Your Neighbor
The most damning assessment of a matter-only cosmos devoid of a Creator is that we got to this place in our evolutionary history by acts of violence whereby the strong conquered the weak with no one to support or condemn them. Why It Might Be OK to Eat Your Neighbor repeatedly raises the issue of accounting for the conscience, good and evil, and loving our neighbor. It’s shocking to read what atheists say about a cosmos devoid of meaning and morality.Buy Now
Christian apologist William Land Craig wrote:
If life ends at the grave, then it makes no difference whether one has lived as a Stalin or as a saint. Since one’s destiny is ultimately unrelated to one’s behavior, you may as well just live as you please. As Dostoyevsky put it: “If there is no immortality then all things are permitted.”
Dawkins continued with his scientific approach to deal with transgenderism in this 2023 interview:
Sex really is binary. You’re either male or female, and it’s absolutely clear you can do it on gamete size. You can do it on chromosomes. To me, as a biologist, it’s distinctly weird people can simply declare “I am a woman though I have a penis.”
Dawkins has a problem since he believes that sex has been determined on an “evolutionary” level, that is, on a purely materialistic level. If this is true, then maybe our evolving brains are reassessing what’s normative in terms of sex. Maybe transsexuality is an evolution leap, a form of punctuated equilibrium. It’s interesting that Dawkins, who will be interviewing Muslim-turned-atheist Ayaan Hirsi-Ali who converted to Christianity, said, “Maybe there is still something for me to learn when it comes to religion. My dear friend and former atheist, @Ayaan Hirsi Ali has become a Christian. We will be discussing this at the inaugural Dissident Dialogues festival.” The late Christopher Hitchens, who called himself an “anti-theist,” described Ali as “the most important public intellectual probably ever to come out of Africa.” I wonder what he would think of her now!
The ever-changing sexual revolution is eschatological. It requires changes in laws, continuing to control education money confiscated from everyone to indoctrinate children, flooding our minds with images of perversion under the banner of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and redefining what a family is. Beginning early is the key. Normalcy is the name of the game. “As the twig is bent, so grows the tree.” The Roman Catholic Church learned this early. They started schools because they saw the secular drift of the public schools. Most Christians still have not caught on. The truth is, whoever controls the schools rules the world.
Whoever Controls the Schools Rules the World
Our worldview opponents understand that education is where the war of ideas is fought. If Christians are serious about securing the future for our children, they must understand the nature of the war we are fighting. If you have children, want children, or know someone who has children—you need to get this book and read it before it becomes too late to save the generation to follow us from the ruins.Buy Now
Let’s not leave out the political Left and Neocon Right. They will do anything to remain in power through lawfare tactics, stealing elections, creating global crises to frighten and neutralize the population, and capitalizing on the influence of someone like Taylor Swift to sway braindead voters.
In his latest video commentary, Freedom Center Shillman Fellow and host of “The Right Take” podcast, Mark Tapson explains why it’s folly for the Right to underestimate the political influence of the biggest pop star of our time, Taylor Swift — an influencer whom the Democrat Party is fully weaponizing in time for the 2024 presidential election. … She’s not a cultural threat, she’s just a messenger for the cultural threat. In any case conservatism lost the culture war back in the 1960s. (Frontpage Magazine)
Consider how it was popular culture that transformed education, music, media, and politics in the 1960s. We’ve never recovered. It gets worse every year. Tik Tok is the news source for the younger generations. There’s no doubt that so-called conservatives made a big mistake in supporting the Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan wars. Wars increase the power of the State and enrich those who support it. The elites are then empowered to control our lives. “President of RMG Research Scott Rasmussen defined the participants as ‘urban academic elite’ who are ‘extraordinarily influential in government, corporate America, and the philanthropic worlds.’… More than 60% of Elites who were interviewed for this poll [The Committee to Unleash Prosperity] would like to see a crackdown on personal freedom. The rabble needs to be kept in line, you know.” (Source)
It is considered a this-worldly religion in contrast to Christianity, which is perceived as abstract in the extreme. Muhammad left his followers a political, social, moral, and economic program founded on religious precepts. Jesus, however, is said to have advocated no such program; it is claimed that the New Testament is so preoccupied with his imminent return that it is impractical for modern life.
Christianity has often been accused of being too “otherworldly” in that it has failed to offer viable political, economic, judicial, and social programs for the world order. The teaching of Jesus that his kingdom “is not of this world” has been interpreted to mean that earthly life must merely be endured, and that Christians cannot expect to accomplish lasting reform before the return of Christ. But does the New Testament really offer no guidance for shaping political or economic policy? Does it contain no judicial or social precepts that may be applied in today’s societies? True, neither Jesus nor Paul spoke in detail of political or economic ideologies. But since both spoke out of a Jewish background and context, direct allusions may have been unnecessary. Christians must understand that their faith is rooted in Old Testament Judaism and that the Mosaic Covenant and Law (which contain highly specific political, economic, judicial, and social precepts) can give guidance even today. The fact that such ideals exist as an intrinsic part of Christianity can go a long way toward establishing the credibility of the faith in these areas.
Islam is growing around the world. In Muslim-controlled African nations, Christians are slaughtered, their homes and property confiscated. Major American cities like Dearborn, Michigan, are controlled by Muslims. Similar takeovers are occurring in Minnesota. To point out these realities means you are “Islamophobic.” The American Left is trying to destroy our nation in hopes of building a new one by capitulating to what they believe are common goals with radical Islamists and by undermining the core values of America. Leftists believe they can control Islam. Islamists believe they have time and birthrates on their side. Even some conservatives have joined in not realizing that it’s always Islam first. They have the future in mind, and Christians are not part of it, and there’s no place to hide. Study what’s going on in Nigeria. Eschatology matters.
Myths, Lies, and Half-Truths
Christianity's failure to show itself practical in the past 150 years has guaranteed the success of secularism and militant Islam, both of which are doing incalculable harm at home and abroad. The rejection of any type of "this-worldly" application of the Bible has resulted in the proliferation of man-centered worldviews that have steadily drained the life out of our world and left behind a spiritual vacuum.Buy Now
 Francis Nigel Lee, Communist Eschatology: A Christian Philosophical Analysis of the Post‑Capitalistic Views of Marx, Engels, and Lenin (Nutley, NJ: The Craig Press, 1974).
 In 2015, Dawkins wrote, “Is [a] trans woman a woman? Purely semantic. If you define by chromosomes, no. If by self-identification, yes. I call her ‘she’ out of courtesy.” I do not.
 William Lane Craig, “The Absurdity of Life without God,” Reasonable Faith: https://www.reasonablefaith.org/writings/popular-writings/existence-nature-of-god/the-absurdity-of-life-without-god
 Larry Poston, “The Adult Gospel,” Christianity Today (August 20, 1990).