Sunday, March 21, 2010

A Sample of Kingdom Theology


Truth mixed with error. If you read the article from yesterday, you'll be able to hear Kingdom Theology being taught about 6:00 into the tape. He makes it seem innocent enough, but think about the implications of it being carried out on earth. It is exactly what many of our politically-motivated Christian leadership are doing, such as: Rick Warren and those on the CNP.

According to Wikipedia:
Dominion Theology is a grouping of theological systems with the common belief that society should be governed exclusively by the law of God as codified in the Bible, to the exclusion of secular law. The two main streams of Dominion Theology are Christian Reconstructionism and Kingdom now theology. 

Some critics categorize the Christian Reconstructionist/Dominion/Kingdom Now movement as something philosophically akin to totalitarianism or theocratic neofascism. For example, Karen Armstrong sees a potential for fascism in Christian Reconstructionism, and notes that the system of dominion envisaged by Christian Reconstructionist theologians R. J. Rushdoony and Gary North "is totalitarian. There is no room for any other view or policy, no democratic tolerance for rival parties, no individual freedom." 
The repercussions of this type of theology must be what has stirred so much discussion concerning the Council for National Policy. Since you get the Dominion thinkers and the leftist Marxists in one room for a closed-door meeting, it's going to get some negative rap!