Again, PJ, with thanks for ruining my day:
Instead, I want to use this to further explore something I mentioned last week in my “The Religious Right and Six Degrees of Dominionism” post: though not every person who shares a stage with a controversial figure can be said to share that figure’s views, those who either invite such figures to participate in their events or else themselves agree to appear at events hosted by such figures are offering, on some level, their validation of such views.
In the case of last night’s Beck program, it would be unfair to say that Robert George shares the radical views of John Hagee just because they shared the stage; but it is fair to say that Beck does, at least in part, or else he would never have invited Hagee on to participate in this panel. By the same token, by appearing on Beck’s program, George is signaling that he is entirely comfortable using that venue as an outlet through which he is eager to share his own views with an audience who shares Beck’s views.
Ugh… but you can read the rest here.
Something on the seven mountains…
And just for you prophetic people,
“This calls for a mind with understanding: The seven heads of the beast represent the seven hills where the woman rules. They also represent seven kings. Five kings have already fallen, the sixth now reigns, and the seventh is yet to come, but his reign will be brief. The scarlet beast that was, but is no longer, is the eighth king. He is like the other seven, and he, too, is headed for destruction. (Rev 17:9-11 NLT)
I note that Wallnau states,
‘You are called to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom, and the Kingdom rules over all of these mountains.’
Stay with me for a minute –
- Wallnau identified seven mountains and one to rule over them.
- John writes of seven mountains/hills with one to rule over them.
Anyone? Anyone at all see anything wrong with this whatsoever?
This is the stuff that Beck and Hagee is tied too.
I guess his ‘eighth’ nation is the kingdom of the nation. So…one nation to rule over the church, etc… so…one government over all points of culture… so…one world government? Hey, just saying… And really…the business mountain rules the Church? And isn’t he quoting from a disputing portion of Mark’s gospel? And really? Demons in the Systems?
Actually, vater is the German word for father, while fuhrer is more like leader, but he has gotten so much else wrong, why worry about that?