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“The Emergent (New World Order) Church” (From Scott Keisler’s “The Omega Manifesto” (1995))
Compiled by Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom, Emeritus Professor of Geography, November, 2015
“The intentions of the Emergent Church are well-defined…. “The rediscovery of Christianity as Eastern religion.”
“The whole idea (of the New World Order) is to move society from traditional values (Judeo-Christian values), to transitional values (compromised), to transformational values (progressive, globalist-approved, amoral double-think). Another way of describing this three-step process: Problem (never let a good crisis go to waste), reaction (we need change), solution (desired outcome).
This methodology is used, almost monolithically, in economics, educational curricula, social engineering, government, and corporate management. What’s more, since the 1980’s, the Dialectical process has been used to compromise the church. This manipulative and corrupt technique, based upon the philosophical foundation of moral relativism, has been introduced into the Body of Christ. To make matters worse, many pastors are lauding it. Some of the pastors are simply naïve. Others, I believe, are complicit. The church is being co-opted.
The “Emergent Church” openly embraces the methodology of post-modernity (the Dialectic). More specifically, the Emergent movement embraces the philosophical assumptions underlying the Dialectical process…. The Emergent Church is simply the synthesis of old liberal Christian theology and Eastern mysticism using Evangelical vocabulary. The leadership in the Emergent Church (Brian McLauren, Richard Foster, Rob Bell, Tony Jones, etc.) openly challenges the virgin birth, hell, and the inerrancy of Scripture, among other things. (It) has given up on the idea of absolute truth. Belief doesn’t correspond to reality, reality corresponds to belief. (ETK note: as per the global warming hoax…..)
The Emergent Church espouses panentheism, that God is everywhere and in everything… At least with the Emergent Church, you know what you are getting…. Its philosophical position is well-defined and its intentions are clearly stated; to quote Rob Bell, “the rediscovery of Christianity as Eastern Religion.” A new kind of Christian (who is no Christian at all.)”
The Purpose Driven and Communitarian Church Growth Movements…
“These two mega-movements use the dialectical methodology to market the church- to try to get people in the door….. (Author of “The Purpose Driven Church”), Rick Warren was mentored by Peter Drucker, the father of modern management. Drucker (born in Austria and of Jewish parentage, of course- ETK note) taught that there are three sectors in society, the public sector (political), the private sector (economic), and the social sector (religious). Drucker is most widely known for his work in human management, in dealing with the public and private sectors. Using the Dialectical process (Total Quality Management), highly-trained facilitators (leaders) learned to “guide” (manipulate) workers into going where leadership had already determined they needed to go, all while making the process “feel” democratic. (ETK note: This sounds exactly like the Rand Corporation’s “Delphi Technique,” which, as I document in www.waterwatchalliance.us, has been utilized against the Crestone/Baca community in the past)…. To the Facilitator (change agent), double-speak is a key tool. The uninitiated worker bees hear one thing, but leadership has another agenda in mind. To those who live in a black and white world, this is called lying. With all this in mind, the following quote from Aldous Huxley is pretty creepy:
“In the more efficient dictatorships of tomorrow there will probably be much less violence than under Hitler and Stalin. The future dictator’s subjects will be painlessly regimented by a corps of highly trained social engineers.”
In the latter years of his life, Drucker recognized that the greatest potential for social transformation lies largely latent in the social sector (the religious sector)…. Drucker’s three sectors became Warren’s now famous three-legged stool. Warren discusses Drucker’s writings with his staff and has visible reminders of his mentor’s philosophy in his office at Saddleback. Warren views himself as a CEO-like Pastor and the people of his flock as customers and non-customers (believers and non-believers)….
Why… would Rick Warren sit on the advisory board of the Tony Blair Foundation, an organization with the stated purpose of bringing together all the world’s religions under one umbrella? Consider the following quote from Rick Warren:
“The future of the world is not secularisms, it’s religious pluralism.”
Warren said nothing to indicate that Christianity is not compatible with the coming pluralism. Could this by why Warren is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations- an organization founded and funded using Rockefeller dollars with the stated goal of establishing a global communitarian system. Almost prophetically, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. once said:
“I see the Church molding the thought of the world, as it has never done before, leading in all great movements as it should. I see it literally establishing the Kingdom of God on earth.”
Was Rockefeller a Christian concerned with the establishment of the Kingdom of God on earth? No, of course not. He simply identified the church as a vehicle he could co-opt and leverage with the family fortune. He was saying that the New World Order would ride on the back of the apostate church. The woman riding the beast. Big government in bed with big business under the umbrella of big religion. While the religious right continues to beat the dead horses of liberals and the mainstream media, it is being co-opted from the likes of Rick Warren, Rob Bell, and Brian McLaren.
I have to admit I am stunned by how far along this agenda is. Tony Blair stepped down as British Prime Minister, immediately converted to Roman Catholicism, and dedicated the rest of his life to bringing about a new world religion. Newt Gingrich, a 2012 GOP Presidential candidate and confirmed 33rd degree Freemason, also recently became a Roman Catholic. So much for the alleged enmity between the Vatican and Freemasonry. That would help explain how the World Council of Churches (funded by Rockefeller dollars and run by Freemasons), the Pontifical Council for International Dialogue, and the World Evangelical Alliance co-produced a document that includes a list of recommendations which basically say evangelization is a no-no in the brave new world. It would help to explain why Rick Warren and Bill Hybels signed the “Yale document,” as it has come to be known, which emphasizes the common ground between Islam and Christianity and talks as though the two faiths share the same god.
…. Most “Purpose Driven” and “Communitarian Church Growth” fellowships strongly encourage participation in small groups. I am not opposed to a small group in and of itself, of course, but I am highly interested in how the small groups are being used within the greater context of the church. Has the small group leader been trained (by Willow Creek) to be a leader (facilitator) to teach the Bible dialectically (as opposed to didactically)? In other words, is the group coming to the study to stand under the authority of the Bible and what it actually teaches, or is the group using dialogue (what everybody thinks and how everybody feels, felt needs) to arrive at a consensus. Is the consensus predetermined by the leader-facilitator? Remember that seeker-sensitive marketing of the church introduces unbelievers into the church and these unbelievers are bringing their extra-Biblical worldviews into the small group. Once the process of change begins it continues without end, because the consensus of today (synthesis) is the thesis of tomorrow. Truth is a moving target on a pitching deck.”
(ETK note: Although Keisler himself does not make this connection, it is clear to this author that the “dialectical process” described above is of (Jewish) Talmudic origin, just as the much-sought after New World Order is, in reality, the Talmudic “Jewish Utopia.” These kinds of connections and insights allow us to can trace the criminal New World Order to its progenitors, the modern-day Pharisees, that is, ‘Judeo/Masonic/Satanists’.)