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Thursday, August 13, 2009

The War on Godly Procreation

It is time to fight back.

God blessed them, and God said to them, "Be fruitful, multiply, fill the earth, and subdue it. Rule the fish of the sea, the birds of the sky, and every creature that crawls on the earth."

God blessed Noah and his sons and said to them, "Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth.

God also said to him (Jacob):
I am God Almighty.
Be fruitful and multiply.
A nation, indeed an assembly of nations,
will come from you,
and kings will descend from you.

Not only is the command to be fruitful and multiply the Prime Directive, the Dominion Mandate, given to unfallen man, the first command given to man, it is also repeated again and again to the covenant people of God. If there is anything that would hinder the obedience to this command by covenant keeping Christians it ought to be looked at with the utmost skepticism and suspicion. If there is a price to be paid for obedience to this command we ought to find a way to pay that price. 

It is time to identify our enemies and remove their propaganda from our thinking. Remember, Satan is just as happy about marriages of godly women to unbelievers, and godly women remaining single and never bearing (pre-aborting?) their children, as he is about the babies aborted and sacrificed to idols. Disobedience to the Dominion Mandate begins in a corrupted/barren womb. To please God we must abort the little feminist within us before it gives birth to death and judgment. We must do this despite the corrupt doctrines we have inherited from our fathers.

We must obey for "The creation waits in eager expectation for the sons of God to be revealed." Romans 8:19

A baptized feminist is anyone who thinks Biblical polygamy is a sin despite the evidence of Scripture. The real sin is to have Christian women take their wombs out of action until their idea of Mr. (Single) Right comes along. Do we really have to go through the devastation of Isaiah 3 before believing women forsake feminism and embrace the polygyny of Isaiah 4 and it's attendant blessings? The payoff for Satan in convincing Christians that polygyny is a sin is in squelching godly procreation.

It is true:  Feminism, monogamy, and witchcraft form an unholy trinity working the destruction of Christian civilization.

The real slippery slope: anti-polygyny laws and mores, contraception, abortion, easy divorce, sodomy, judgement.

Posted by Wayne McGregor on 08/13 at 03:53 AM
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Monday, May 12, 2008

The Religion of Humanism

The impotence of Christianity is due to its being infected with the rival religion of humanism.  The pure Humanists, best represented by the ACLU in the United States, chase around Christians and whip them in every battle even though they are outnumbered by 10,000 to 1 (Deut. 32:30).

How can you fight a thing when it is part of who you are?

It is difficult to preach repentance to people who think they have arrived and are in full obedience to God. 

Listen, how could you be whipped 10,000 at a time by two of your enemy "unless their Rock had sold them, unless the Lord had given them up"?  And why has God given you up?  Because you have forsaken His law; you have reduced His law to a small corrupt thing and exalted your own self-righteousness.

Deut. 32:46
And he said unto them, Set your hearts unto all the words which I testify among you this day, which ye shall command your children to observe to do, all the words of this law.

This is the key to defeating the enemy without: get rid of the enemy within through obedience - enthusiastic, wholehearted, immediate obedience.  Men want it from their wives, parents want it from their children, and God wants it from all of us - especially fathers.

Posted by Wayne McGregor on 05/12 at 01:49 PM
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Friday, March 07, 2008

Wayne's Handy Dandy Heresy Hermeneutics

Now some of you are old hands at this but print this article out anyway and keep it handy in case you run into a new Christian or one that is getting all excited about the Bible.  After all, we all know just how bothersome and tiresome God’s Law can be.  I mean, hey, there are huge sections of Scripture that just don’t fit with our modern times and good solid evangelical culture. 

So what we are going to do is find a New Testament verse and a way of interpreting it that will justify throwing out whole, huge sections of God’s Law, so as to really put the Old in “Old Testament” (and parts of the New).  That way we can get on with our lives feeling quite good about doing what we want, with fitting in, and getting along, and not sticking out of the crowd.

Now the rules are that: a) you are not to question the interpretation of these handy-dandy verses, and b) don't take "Old Testament" verses too seriously - always remember that they are old and thus by definition irrelevant to us.

  1. Now take anything the Bible has to say about food anywhere and just wrap it all in a bundle and tie it up with that vision Peter had with the blanket full of animals and throw the whole thing overboard.  (Don't keep reading on to the part where Peter gives the intepretation himself and it has nothing to do with food.)

    Now do you see how this works?  Lets try another.

  2. There is a constant theme of patriarchy running through all of Scripture about how the man is the head of the woman, yada, yada, yada.  Take that whole idea and then find that verse about how in Christ there is neither male nor female and flush that puppy down the tubes.

    How handy is that huh!?

  3. What about all the examples of patriarchs and godly men in Scripture as well as verses like Ex 21:10 that assume it is perfectly okay to have more than one wife?  Just take the word 'mia' in the verses in Timothy about the qualifications for elders and deacons and translate it 'one' instead of 'first' and you can completely overturn God's definition of family and adultery and restructure society along completely Greek lines of thinking and really put the nail in the patriarchy coffin.

  4. To get rid of any consideration of God's Law at all there is always Matthew 19:8 where, if you squeeze your eyes together so everything gets blurry, you can imagine that Jesus is tossing out Moses on his ear and subsistuting a new and improved way of relating to our fellow man.

    Dandy, dandy, dandy. 

    Some things don't need a verse, but just a plausible sounding idea. Fool youself and pretend others buy it, all at the same time!

  5. Want to turn your kids over to God's enemies to indoctrinate them into humanism and the worship of the state, while saving yourself the bother of homeschooling?  How about this line: "My kids are missionaries to the lost kids in the public schools."

This kind of thing is rampant throughout the church.  In fact it would be shocking for the people in the pew to actually hear the straight forward word of God preached without any handy-dandy "now here is why this is irrelevant" papering over of whatever was just read.  It is hard not to come to the conclusion that the institutional church has become so corrupted that its main purpose is to make sure no one actually knows what God says or does it.

But, like all problems, no matter how vexing, all of this is a nit.  Because we all have one problem and it is quite a manageable one.  It is God's requirement that we obey His commandments, that we put them into action just like Jesus did and enabled us to do.  All the other things that compete for our attention are God's problems (Deut. 28: 1-14).

Of course, if you do not like making obedience to God's LawWord your problem, He promises to give you other problems to worry about (Deut. 28:15-68).


You put into words in a few paragraphs what I’ve been fumbling around for years to say.  Brilliant and thank you.

In Christ,
Perry Pierce

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Monday, December 24, 2007

Monogamania: Never has so much depended on so little

Some bad theology and a lot of rebellion are all that hold up the charade of secular humanism.

In the Bible the patriarchs - God fearing men - ruling responsibly over their families according to God's LawWord are the model that God holds up as our example of righteousness. The denial of Biblical patriarchy by the church has made secular humanism the power it is today.

There are five aspects to Biblical Patriarchy:

1. arranged marriages (the father is responsible for the disposition of his sons and daughters in marriage with the consent of all),

2. the Biblical dowry (three years living wages paid by the man for a virgin),

3. patriarchal authority ( the rule and responsibility of the father of the household under God's LawWord),

4. the one-flesh nature of marriage (the disestablishment of church and state from marriage), and

5. potential polygyny (one man husbanding one or more wives).

The denial of each of these aspects of Biblical patriarchy has given secular humanism the crucial cooperation from baptized humanism it needs in order to exercise the power it wields. To see this clearly we must imagine what things might be like if Biblical patriarchy was once again understood to be righteous by Christians.

Secular humanism is simply the larger mirror of the reality of our family lives. Secular humanism does not take God's LawWord into account and neither do humanist Christians.

I spoke to a mother of a 17 year old girl yesterday and mentioned the importance of her father being involved in making sure she married the right guy and the 3 years wages a potential husband needs to bring to the table.

"That sounds very Old Testament," she said. 

"There is no such thing as the 'Old Testament'; that is just an evolutionary category imposed on Scripture," I informed her, "There are the Law and the Prophets, the Gospels and Epistles: the dowry is part of God's Law order for the family." 

"But we have done away with the sacrifices," she responded, shaking her head. 

"Right, but the dowry has nothing to do with the sacrificial system or the priesthood.  It is simply God's Law which Jesus came to reconcile us to.  Like He said, 'If you love me obey my commandments'."

Frankly, the situation we find ourselves in is this: rather than look to God's LawWord for our definition of right and wrong we look to our own reasoning.  This is what secular humanism does as well.  The laws of our country are made up without any deference to God's Law.  As we have denigrated the Law and the Prophets as being passé so has secular humanism denigrated the Constitution and our country's Christian heritage.

Christianity in the west is bound to be impotent as long as we view God's Law as impotent.

Posted by Wayne McGregor on 12/24 at 01:59 PM
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Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Marcion's Heirs Tell It Like It Is

Yes, just before secular humanism takes the big swan dive into the dust bin of history it lays its epistemology bare and takes down those who are its strange bedfellows - modernist churches.

Marcion, you may recall, is the heretic who posited an evolving God. His original writings were all destroyed but his followers have the same mindset and are quit able to reproduce what he thought and taught.  Here is a quote from the modern Marcionites:

It seems to me that God is evolving right along with humanity. In the OT times he was brutal, he was a dictator. In NT times, he was forgiving and understanding to a point, but not yet ready to give up the LAW. Now, from what I am reading, christians (the spokesmen for God), are saying there is no hell, or that it is just a separation from God, rather than literal torment in a fire. Some christians also accept gays, most accept drinking, smoking, premarital sex, children out of wedlock, divorce, working on the sabbath, etc etc...
Is a kinder world leading us to a kinder God? God has mellowed with age? No longer need to stone or burn sinners?

The fact is God as portrayed in the bible does change. In the OT we have God announcing he is going to kill Moses for not getting his son circumcised. Yes, that's in your holy bible. Then in the NT we have all that stuff about turning the other cheek, gentle Jesus etc.

Correct me if I'm wrong but according to Christian dogma, Jesus is God. Well how come he wasn't a hard person in the NT as he (God) was in the OT? Was Jesus only pretending to be nice?

Right! that was my point in making this thread. After giving it some thought, it seemed obvious to me that our concept of God has evolved right along with mankind. Especially in light of recent discussions on this thread pertaining to hell, which now seems to be interpreted more as a separation from god than a literal burning in hell forever.(even by christians) Then when you consider that stoning people to death went out of vogue, as did punishing people for working on the sabbath etc etc - christianity has indeed changed over and over throughout the ages. And I predict it will continue too. I think those stuck in the dogma, in the letter of the law will be left behind while the more spiritually minded will continue to progress. At least I hope so!


These modern scoffers at the God of the Scriptures get all their ammunition from those Christians who refuse to take God at his Word.

So take your pick, do you want to side with the God of Scriptures and the ongoing validity of his LawWord or would you rather put your hope in the "Singularity"?  It just makes sense that those who believe in a sequence of millions of miracles, starting with nothing, that produced us and our universe would just take one more step and believe the equally ridiculous idea that we will soon be transformed into gods embedded in machines.

Yes, it is a hard choice to make but it will be forced upon you as an opportunistic Islam bears down on an anti-family Western Civilization compromised by secular humanism, the parasite religion that only has teeth for compromised humanist Christians.

Posted by Wayne McGregor on 01/03 at 07:30 PM
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Tuesday, October 26, 2004

The Nature of the Battle for New Covenant Patriarchy

It is surprising how real the demons were in Jesus’ ministry.  He was always casting them out and they were always fleeing before him.  They are just as real today.

You cannot understand the nature of the battle for New Covenant Patriarchy until you understand that the forbidding of marriage, whether of the Roman Catholic kind (celibacy for priests on up) or the Protestant kind (one wife at a time only for everybody), is a doctrine of demons.

1 Timothy 4:1-3 But the Spirit says expressly that in later times some will fall away from the faith, paying attention to seducing spirits and doctrines of demons, through the hypocrisy of men who speak lies, branded in their own conscience as with a hot iron; forbidding marriage and commanding to abstain from foods which God created to be received with thanksgiving by those who believe and know the truth.

Polygyny will often elicit demonic responses from those who are under the influence of these demons. I refer to these people as monogamaniacs - 'Raving with madness; raging with disordered intellect; an insane person.'

Eph. 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

Nothing less than the full armor of God will protect you as you foray into the battle.

6:13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. 6:14 Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness; 6:15 And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; 6:16 Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. 6:17 And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God: 6:18 Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;

This is what Christ did when he faced the demon possessed in his day.

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