Monday, July 25, 2011

The Norwegian White Christian Male Terrorist was a Christian UNTIL he killed for his faith...GOT IT!

The Norwegian White Christian Male Terrorist was a Christian UNTIL he killed for his faith...
Theology of Reclaiming 7 Mountains

And the Lord will make you the head and not the tail; you shall be above only, and not be beneath, if you heed the commandments of the Lord your God, which I command you today, and are careful to observe them (Deut 28:13-14).
The articles below are designed to help you understand the theological premise that God desires His people to be the "head, not the tail" as described in Deuteronomy 28:13. What does this mean in a diverse, contemporary society? Christ didn't come to lord over society but to serve through sacrificial giving to man. This is the call to every believer, to lay down their life for others and model the love of Christ in our world by serving and leading in the Spirit of Christ. And to be a catalyst to solve societal issues that plaque mankind.
It's Not About More Salvations
For the last several decades the Church has operated from a belief that the more Christians we have in culture, the more society would become Christianized. Consequently, evangelism has been the focus of the Church for many decades. However, this premise is flawed.
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    • Soup McGee a'll say, allright. Hardly Jesus Based, this Religion. More like, Austrian Economics Based.
"I've called you to pastor the bank," said the Lord to my friend Chuck. "Pastor the bank? How does one pastor a bank, Lord?" "The things I taught you I want you to teach others," came the reply. There is a people who live isolated in fertile pasture lands. They long for a shepherd who will help them discover their own inheritance. They are the lost majority in the marketplace who are living lives as though they are a child lost and aimless in a deep, dark forest. "

Huh. How to refute me without refuting yourself? What to do, Con-fuc-a-douche-nozzles? What the fuck to do?

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