Pathway in the Sea

Ever see a butterfly flutter by? John 3:7-8

Psalm 77:19

Thy way is in the sea, and thy path in the great waters, and thy footsteps are not known.

"The best way to show that a stick is crooked is not to argue about it or to spend time denouncing it, but to lay a straight stick along side it."

-D. L. Moody

Friday, December 28, 2007

The Rev. Barry W. Lynn was on the Michael Medved Radio Show the other day, and I heard him say that the "Religious Right" do not understand the concept of "Separation of Church and State". He heads an organization called "Americans United for the Separation of Church and State". I don't speak for the "Religious Right", but I do understand the connotations of the phrase. I will illuminate its derogatory nature by adjusting the title of the organization he heads to its more exact and precise meaning: "Americans United for the Segregation of the Separate but Equal Church and State". I understand the concept of "Separation of Church and State" perfectly. It is the apartheid policy of the Masonic New World Order implemented by anti-Jehovah supranational globalists who, in order to maintain the ruse of plausible deniability, wrap themselves in what, to them, is the toilet paper of the U.S. Constitution, and relegate American Citizens of genuine belief in the testimony of the Holy Bible to a socially and politically and legally inferior and permanently voiceless place in the political discourse and public policy-forming processes of the United States Government. It is an explicitly EXclusive and NOT an INclusive concept. It is a judicially devised and mass-media-culturally-implemented ghetto. And it is demonstrably the antithesis of the First Amendment.
Masonic Lodges place the Koran, the Bible, and similar literature of religious origin side by side in their "temples" as a sign of equal humanistic contempt, not as a sign of equal reverence,whether they recognize and acknowledge it, or not. When George W. Bush declared his belief that Jews, Christians and Muslims pray to the same God, he was uttering a popular misconception and furnishing proof that there is one thing that he most definitely is NOT: a believer in the Biblical Lord Jesus Christ. He prefers the more pliable, plastic [as in the material property, not the petro-chemical substance] Jesus, a la "Buddy Jesus" of the movie "Dogma". I suspect that his portrayal of "conservative christianity" is a deliberately deleterious caricature calculated to advance the same antichristian agenda that generated the discriminatory policy of "separation of church and state". His administration has been one long tale of bungling ineptitude if he were interested in advancing Christianity OR Conservatism, but one stunning tale of efficiency and competence in discrediting those two pursuits while installing the apparati and policies of an ever more intrusive and totalitarian Big Brother-esque hyper-State. Stuff like the "Department of Homeland Security" and warrantless air traveller searches, for example. All the while, Bush has been a lightning rod for leftist antipathy and anti-traditional propaganda. Most of THAT is ridiculous hyperbole, but I think I'm on solid ground in my belief that people like Rosie O'Donnell are privy to the same practical and cruel joke. "Radical Christianity!!! BLAH! BLAH! BLAH!"
Yes, Mr. Lynn, I understand the concept of "Separation of Church and State" very well. It is one of many means whereby the power and wealth of the world is concentrated into the hands of the amoral and ruthless few that have taken the Devil up on the offer that our blessed and most holy King of the Jews refused. They shall also partake of the Devil's destiny, unless they repent.

Later on we'll conspire as we dream by the fire
To face unafraid, the plans that we've made
Walkin' in a winter wonderland

Now there's some New World Order Christmas sentiment.

( WWW. The 23rd letter of the alphabet. Robert Anton Wilson's Illuminatus Trilogy casts some eerie light on this little stanza. Makes me laugh.)

Merry CHRISTmas.

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