Tag Archives: Secular World View

Do Muslims in the US government or the US military pose a threat for Americans?

There are Muslims and converts to Islam in the US military.  Converts to Islam is increasing in number as secular America does not offer spiritual solutions to spiritual problems that many young Americans face.

Unfortunately, the US government discourages Christianity from trying to meet the spiritual needs of America’s young.

The Anti-Christian attitude of Hillary Clinton is very disturbing and represents the hatred that the Democrat Party has for Christianity, unfortunately.

 

Is Joel Osteen responsible for the Gay mayor of Houston?

Rev. Joel Osteen’s ministry is in Houston, Texas.  His church is a mega-church.  If it were truly salt and light of the world, then the very presence of his ministry would prevent a homosexual from becoming a leader in the city of Houston, Texas.

The fact that a lesbian became a mayor in Houston shows that Rev. Joel Osteen needs to repent.  All churches in the city of Houston, Texas, need to repent for their failure to be the salt and light of the city of Houston and drive out homosexuality and homosexuals from the city.

Look at Lynchburg, Virginia.  Because of the Bible-centered preaching of Rev. Jerry Falwell and Liberty University, homosexuals cannot get a foothold on the city.  That is what happens when a Christ-centered ministry is a salt and light of the city.

Rev. Joel Osteen does not care about God or the Bible; what Rev. Joel Osteen cares about is making people feel good.  He is a feel good guru, and not truly a servant of God.  A true servant of God proclaims the Word of God, even if it hurts the feelings of people.  Rev. Joel Osteen fails to do this.

Look at the preaching of John the Baptist in the Bible.  Just read it for yourself.

And compare John the Baptist’s preaching with Rev. Joel Osteen’s preaching.  Do you see the difference?  One represents the Word of God, but the other does not.

What kind of sermons did Rev. Joel Osteen preach against homosexuality?  Bible condemns homosexuality.  St. Paul preached against homosexuality.  Why does Rev. Joel Osteen not?

Jesus Christ condemned the Jewish religion publicly in His preaching and verbally attacked Jewish religious leaders in public.  Rev. Joel Osteen does not.  Unlike Jesus Christ who emphasized the exclusivity of salvation as coming from Jesus Christ, Rev. Joel Osteen emphasizes religious liberty.  That is not the Word of God.

With more ministries like Rev. Joel Osteen’s, which is afraid of the world and the US federal policies opposing the Word of God, American Christianity is doomed.

America needs preaching like that of John the Baptist in the Gospels.  That is Gospel preaching.

America needs preaching like that of Jesus Christ.  That is Gospel preaching.

Did Jesus Christ come to bring peace on earth?

Many people in America think that Christianity is compatible with peace and love for all. Unfortunately, some TV preachers propagate a wrong idea about Christianity and about Jesus Christ. Secular World View emphasizes global peace and harmony, even at the expense of excluding Jesus Christ from national and state laws and from American public life.  For secular humanism, the most important thing is for humans (the center of the world) to exist in peace and harmony.  Secular humanism’s priority is unity of human beings and love among human beings.  This is a far cry from the teachings of the Gospels of Jesus Christ. But unfortunately, many TV preachers have become agents of Secular World View, rather than Christ-centered, Gospel World View. Anyone who emphasizes “unity” must be treated with extreme prejudice, because “unity” is the code word of secular humanism, that puts human beings at the center of the universe, rather than God.  The Bible is very different from the focus of Secular World View.  How do we know what the Bible world view is?  Obviously, it is through reading the Bible. What does the Gospel teach about global peace and unity?  Is this what Christ wants for the world?  Jesus Christ clearly states in a contrary way in Luke 12:51:  “Do you suppose that I came to grant peace on earth? I tell you, no, but rather division.”  Jesus Christ in His own words states that He came to bring division on earth and take away peace.  Unity and peace are not what Christ wants on earth.  So, next time you hear your favorite TV preacher says something like, “Christ loves unity”, you know that he is either lying to you or is being a politician. Politicians want peace and unity, so that they can control you and your family.  Politicians are interested in quashing dissent, and they will try to manipulate human theology/ideology to achieve total submission of the populace.  There is a reason why the Roman democracy executed St. Paul and other apostles of Jesus Christ. They obeyed Christ and fought against unity and peace in the democratic empire of Rome. They opposed homosexuality in society and proclaimed that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation and eternal life. Thus, they were charged for “Hate Crimes” by a democracy that wanted harmony, unity, and peace, according to the Secular World View.

Did Jesus wish good or ill for earth?

Many so-called Christians today like to assume that Jesus Christ wanted good things for earth. So, they say things like, “Jesus is love. He wouldn’t do that!”  This kind of saying is an evidence of influence by secular, humanistic love concept, which assumes that a higher being only loves and does not hate.  This is not a Christian concept, bur rather a secular, humanistic concept grounded in the secular humanism ideals. If you read the Holy Bible for yourself, you will see that God punishes humans who stand against God’s Law by killing them through natural disasters (flood, famine, drought, etc.) as well as through strengthening of enemies (Book of Jeremiah) who bring destruction on the people who stand against God (Israelites in the Book of Jeremiah). God bring more disasters and terrible tragedies on earth than He brings blessings and good things. In fact, out of all the Israelites who were brought out of Egypt by Moses, only Joshua and Caleb entered the Promised Land; everyone else who was born in Egypt died on the way to the Promised Land, after decades of suffering in the wilderness and desert, battling enemies. But some Christians say that this is the god of the Old Testament and not Jesus Christ.  Is this claim justified?  Does Jesus Christ only want good things for people of earth and the earth itself?  We can look to the Gospels for the answer to this question.  In Luke 12:49, Jesus Christ declares:  “I came to bring fire on the earth, and how I wish it were already set ablaze!” Jesus Christ is here talking about divine punishment and destruction. In fact, in 70 AD, Jerusalem was completely destroyed by the Roman army and the Roman army expelled all Jews from Israel.  The country of Israel ceased to exist for 2,000 years. Some people in California may think that the wild fires in California are the work of the Devil. This is not necessarily so. It could be Jesus Christ punishing California. Can you think of what California has done that may warrant divine punishment from Jesus Christ who is God?

California fire
Los Angeles Wild Fire

Did Jesus Christ ever threaten people’s lives?

Many Christians today are influenced by humanistic, secular value system of unconditional love and acceptance, regardless of what people do or reject. Thus, they project onto Jesus Christ of the Bible and history their secular, humanistic ideals of unconditional love.  Jesus Christ never loved unconditionally. Jesus Christ gave salvation only to those who accepted Him as their personal Savior and Christ rejected and condemned those who did not accept Him as their personal LORD and Savior. Despite what the Bible shows, many Christians today are blinded by the secular, humanistic worldview that they unwittingly are a part of and unconsciously endorse. But it is important to read the Bible and see what the Bible actually teaches. Humans can err and go away from the Bible. It happened to Adam and Eve, and it could happen to you.  The answer to the question – “Did Jesus Christ ever threaten people’s lives?” – shows whether you are influenced by secular, humanistic worldview or if you are submitting to the Bible and Bible’s authority. Some like to say that God in the Old Testament threatened and punished, but Jesus Christ in the New Testament just loved unconditionally. That just is not true. Christ Jesus never loved (or loves) unconditionally. This is nowhere more clear than when Jesus Christ threatened people with death, if they do not repent.  Jesus Christ says in Luke 13:4-5:  “Or those 18 that the tower in Siloam fell on and killed–do you think they were more sinful than all the people who live in Jerusalem? No, I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all perish as well!” The New Testament is clear on showing Jesus Christ as threatening people with death if they do not repent. In the Age of Grace, God does and will kill people physically as divine punishment for not repenting. Thus, cancer and terminal illnesses that people get and die from pre-maturely can be seen as punishment from God for sinning/not repenting. There are exceptions (Job), but the exceptions prove the rule. Bible is the Truth, and God (Jesus Christ) is the same, yesterday, today, and tomorrow.