In a previous article titled In Bed Together, I explained a scientific theory that espouses “out of chaos comes order,” and its possible role in the creation of the NWO. That is the scientific theory, but have you wondered why leaders claiming to be religious Christians have no problem grabbing the wealth and appear to have no regard for the abject misery caused by their single-minded pursuit of glory on the road to Armageddon? I have, and I would now like to explore the question – what does Christianity have to do with it?
First, let us postulate that most people would like to improve their circumstances, and in effect, are vying for some type of perfection in their lives. Let us also postulate that the elites that rule us are also in a quest for perfection, and since they have a whole lot of money, are in a position to do something about it in a rather big way.
The Federal Government, CIA, and the Clean Slate Theory
If we look at the CIA training manuals "KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation," July 1963, "Human Resource Exploitation Training Manual," 1983, and the MK Ultra mind control experiments from which many of the CIA’s methods were taken, we realize that in their quest for control, the ruling elites that own our Federal government and funded the MK Ultra experiments, found that a clean slate is desirable from which to start re-programming the human personality. This clean slate is supposedly necessary because it exists without the excess baggage of previous experiences, traditions, or morals. It is the state of complete openness, devoid of previous writing, and completely receptive. It is the ideal place to write the new personality. The rules for producing this clean slate, whether applied to a person or institution, are not based on morality or fairness, but on the premise that if a few eggs are broken in the process, there are always more to be had.
There is one major problem with the clean slate theory however, and that is, erasing the slate and making it completely clean has proven to be quite tricky - in fact, impossible. The only way that man has attempted to erase the slate is through destruction by some form of violence, and this destruction has not succeeded in wiping any slate clean, but has only resulted in a lot of broken pieces that will not be able to be put back together again; at least not by man.
Christianity, Corruption, and the Clean Slate Theory
The Federal government licenses churches as corporations. The things you need to start a Federally recognized church are Articles of Incorporation, and a Federal Employer ID or F.E.I.N., Bylaws, and an IRS 501c3 Tax Exemption. To keep this tax-exempt status, the church corporation needs to play by Federal and state rules. If it doesn’t, its tax-exempt status can be revoked. This is a huge incentive to follow Federal and state mandates when it comes to church doctrine, rather than follow the actual words of the Bible. A church can have most any type of belief structure, and as long as it abides by Federal rules, it maintains is status.
This means that any Federally licensed religion is inherently corrupt because the rules of the Federal government, and state laws pre-empt Biblical laws. Therefore, even if you believe the Bible to be the Word of God, you had better make sure that you obey the laws of the land first and foremost, and place the Word of God in subordination to them, or lose your status. This is the corporate church.
Now, let’s look at organized religion in the form of Christianity. Christianity is also based on the “clean slate” theory. When one is “saved,” his/her slate is said to be “wiped clean.” There are church officials such as pastors, bishops, or priests that attempt to stand as mediators between the individual and his/her Creator, and profess the authority, which they do not have, to declare a person “saved,” or “born again” with a clean slate. If one reads the Bible in its entirety, he/she will discover that these so-called mediators not only have no divine authority to wipe a person’s slate clean, but have no clue as to how it is done. Only the Almighty Himself has that authority, or even knows what to do and how to do it. Therefore, any authority that these “mediators” assume they have in the area of salvation and wiping one’s slate clean is actually derived from the ordination they have received from the Federally licensed corporate church whose articles of incorporation they have pledged to uphold. Since the Federal and state laws trump Biblical law in these organizations, the corporate church’s ultimate authority stems from the Federal government and not the Almighty. Therefore, we have another case of man trying to create a clean slate on his own, and as we have seen previously, there is a major problem with the clean slate theory. Man cannot create a clean slate on his own. When he tries, he leaves a lot of broken pieces around that he cannot put back together.
Okay, let us say that a person receives a “born again” experience outside of church doctrine with no help from an “ordained minister” of the church. Even if the “born again” person has had an actual epiphany in spite of the pastor, bishop, or priest, he/she will still be the same person with the same faults as before the “born again” experience. Now the real work begins. The “truly saved” person will work on him/herself for the better, through a long process of self-reflection and prayer, and in time, the pieces of his/her life can be put together in a more perfect form with the help of the Almighty. It is not an instantaneous transformation, and the slate is not immediately wiped clean. A person must examine his/her life and determine what portions of it are acceptable and what portions are not. The things that are not acceptable are identified and a path is laid so that person can get rid of them if he/she wants to. Wiping the slate clean is a process that takes a lifetime, and cannot be done for you by a pastor, bishop, or priest.
However, if that person has not had an epiphany, then he/she has not been “truly saved,” and is either deceived and truly believes that one man has the power to “save” another and create a clean slate, and is in fact relying on church doctrine, which is subordinate to Federal and state law, for “salvation,” or he/she really knows something is amiss, but decides to just fake it in order to be accepted by the Church. Ultimately, what this person is left with is a bunch of broken pieces and no clue as to how to put them back together again.
Armageddon and the Clean Slate Theory
According to the Bible, Armageddon is the destruction that precipitates a clean slate for the new world - a new Jerusalem, in a Garden of Eden-type state.
The following quote is taken from Televangelist Jack Van Impe’s “Question of the Week” concerning Bush’s role in the end times battle of Armageddon, that appears in an article at http://www.rense.com/general31/arma.htm titled “Bush Primed By Evangelicals For Armageddon Scenario:
Question: “Do you think President Bush, a Christian man, believes or knows he's involved with prophetic events concerning the Middle East and the final battle between good and evil?”
Answer: “First of all, Billy Graham led George W. Bush Jr. to the Lord Jesus Christ when he visited the White House. President Bush has attended many of Billy Graham's crusades and during those crusades, Billy Graham always preaches once or twice on Christ's return and all the prophetical signs...
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