Before the Tea Party Express brought tens of thousands to protest in the nation’s capital, and before town hall meetings about health care devolved into shout downs, there was the story of the boys of C Street.
With the seemingly quick fall of the the soon to be former Alaska Governor, I have retaken an interest in Dominionism. It started with exploring the underpinnings of Todd Bentley, his connection with others, and finally, with full blown Dominionism. Domionism is simple – they believe that they must take over seven mountains of culture, all cultures, including government (No, seriously, they are public about this stuff – nothing tinfoil about it), including our government. During the campaign, they were campaigning (prophesying) hard that Sarah Palin would be in the White House come January. Well, they were slightly off.
There are times when I question my sanity while examining this idea of the Seven Mountains, C-Street, and Dominionism, but thanks to Bruce Wilson I feel that if I am insane, at least I am not alone: The C Street House is run by a secretive Washington ministry known as The Family, or The Fellowship. Over the past year and a half, The Family has gradually come to public attention, mainly due to journalist and Harpers editor Jeff Sharlet’s ground breaking book The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power. The Family runs the yearly National Prayer Breakfast
As I was watching some news last night, I saw this story on the Rachel Maddow show – and frankly, it’s a bit creepy. I usually stop watching news by that late hour – else the children run screaming from the information overload. It concerns The Family, founded by Nazi-sympathizer, Abraham Vereide. As I was watching, I was figuring – 70 years ago? Um, right around the time all this gooblygook with William Branham started and the Manifest Sons of God. Actually, it is quite possible that these two crossed paths. (You may also want to check out this
Paul Keith Davis, follower of Bob Jones, have now commissioned William Branham as the prototype of what the Church should be. “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father. (John 14:12 NKJV)
Barbie Breathitt is a member of the ElijahList, the media wing of Joel’s Army. She hosts a blog on which she sales ‘dream cards.’ Further, she claims to have ministered for over twenty two years. She is ordained. Barbie has established and conducted three prophetic training centers. In 2004, Barbie moved to Texas and opened Breath of the Spirit Center of Training. Breath of the Spirit offers a variety of courses on Healing, Revelatory Gifts, Dream Interpretation and Evangelistic Outreaches. So, Barbie is a ‘dreamer of dreams’, as Moses wrote, and the ElijahList was kind enough to provide us
This will be, as far as I can see, the final post dealing with the serpent seed doctrine. I want to thank WB, Tammy and the others that have helped in the conversation with Kandy Cain. It is important to take every chance to reach these people. What are the implications of the serpent seed doctrine… If we are to assume that “eat of the fruit of the tree” means fornicate, we have to assume that God gave Adam and Eve permission to fornicate with every other “tree” in the garden EXCEPT the “tree” in the middle. (Gen. 2.16-17) If we