Pastors As They Were is a followup to last weeks conversation with Dr. Mike Spaulding. I was compelled to get back to finishing the virtual reading of one of my favorite historical books, ‘The Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution.’ I have dedicated this weeks program to the folks in Lima, Ohio. Dr. Mike and many of the pastors he is associated with fully understand the foundational actions of the pastors represented in the book.
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What does it mean that the Church is Implementing the New World Order? Hey Tom, where do you get that gibberish from? I could begin with a book I read that was published in 1975 by C. Gregg Singer but I want you to dig into the refreshed perspective of what has happened over the last 100 years in the article by Dr. Mike Spaulding.
‘The Church Has Become a Vehicle to Implement the New World Order’ is from the larger work on church and state that Dr. Spaulding has contributed to. For most Christians, the ostrich has its head in the sand by design. I’ve know Dr. Mike Spaulding for a number of years and his patriotism, knowledge and Faithfulness to Jesus reminds me of the Clergy of the American Revolution. Continue reading
Control over elections and the potential for a Lost Vote was predicted in 1787 and 1788. The Anti-federalists argued that Article 1 Section 4 would at some point impact the core right of voting and become corrupted.
This Lost Vote is the essence of the program.
Oh, the last reference is a late add that did not go out in the Newsletter nor spoken of on the program. Yes a Governor dictates how his State can and will worship of suffer the consequences. Continue reading
This week I’m honored to have Dr. Mike Spaulding joining me.
Just to restate part of what I wrote last week: A two year study that culminated in a 2014 Barna report indicated that “What we’re finding is that when we ask them (pastors) about all the key issues of the day, [90 percent of them are] telling us, Yes, the Bible speaks to every one of these issues. Then we ask them: Well, are you teaching your people what the Bible says about those issues? – and the numbers drop … to less than 10 percent of pastors who say they will speak to it.” Continue reading