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Is Defiance to Tyranny Obedience to God?

The following is a video presentation by E511. I found this to be an excellent presentation.

I largely agree with what the author teaches in this. However I think there is more to it; somethings not discussed. For example, what do you do when pressured to take a toxic injection under deceptive messaging? If God shows you to not take it and the consequence is loss of your job then that is God’s sovereign will for you. No law broken, but do you take it if is made illegal not do so? (Your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, therefore glorify God in your body. 1 Corinthians 6:19,20.)

The E511 author discusses mask wearing and that it is no big deal to simply obey the government if the wearing of such is made the law; ie. that is it illegal not to. But some of my red-pilled Christ believing friends, including a law professor, stated that the mask is only the entry point to further oppression – the beginning of the ‘slippery slope’.

That oppression then leads to a decision as to whether we obey God or government. In this case, government has inserted itself as a new god, the god of scientism, who commands we worship it. It is a form of idolatry. Now that means a line is crossed. So when you consider the toxic COVID jabs, you are under no obligation to follow government dictates. And this even more so applies to jabbing your children, which is akin to feeding them to Moloch — to sacrificing the children to the false demon god of this world.

I see this as the same as fornicating with the world, to marrying the false god, and hence rejecting the true God. Our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit. Our bodies are members of Christ and hence we should not make them members of a harlot (1 Corinthians 6:15-20).

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Development of an “old” universe in science

Notes of a lecture on the historical philosophical development of the notion that the universe is very old. The lecture was given August 1st 2015. See Age and Reason Seminar Adelaide for details.


Bishop James Ussher was the Irish Archbishop of Armagh and primate of all Ireland. He excelled in education, was fluent in Arabic and Hebrew. In 1654, after an exhaustive investigation, he published his date for the Creation of the Universe – 4004 B.C..When Ussher published this Creation date it was believed. There was nothing remarkable about that. If you add up the genealogies in the Bible, and with a bit of historical knowledge, you can easily get a time since the beginning of the world of around 6000 years. It was believed that God created the world as He said in Scripture about 4000 years before Christ. For roughly 18 centuries of the Christian era such a time period was widely believed.

In the 17th century Sir Francis Bacon developed the ideas of the modern scientific method – scientific empiricism—where one developed a thesis and did experiments to test it. Bacon has been called the ‘father of the scientific method.’

Middle ages onAnd it was from the Middle Ages science was nurtured in the Christian universities of Europe and flourished after that, from the Reformation on, underpinned by the rich Christian worldview that held that the Universe was created by a rational trustworthy God, and the unchanging laws of nature are His creation.