Ecclesiastes shows the meaninglessness of life when weighed against the eternity that God placed in hearts of men; today we have subordination of church to state

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Take Heed What You Hear

 

“The average church today is a social club.” Pastor Chuck Baldwin

 

When The Church Becomes Good For Nothing–Pastor Chuck Baldwin

 

“Christianity is not a smiling face, church-going, love society as most Americans understand it.”

 

The Christian in today’s world

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“In Ecclesiastes we read of the meaninglessness of life when weighed against the eternity that God has placed in the hearts of men. In the Europe of the Middle Ages, the noble was concerned with his eternal life and God’s eternal kingdom and this concern shaped his behavior; no longer the case since the Enlightenment. The common motto for today’s enlightened “nobility” is “he who dies with the most toys wins.” This is reflected in our time: corruption, lust, and greed define the new nobility.

During much of the Middle Ages, there was a meaningful and functional separation of Church and king, each superior in its realm, neither with sovereign power or authority. Each offering an avenue for appeal if one felt his liberties were unfairly compromised by the other.

Today we have the subordination of church to state. One recalls the exchange between the Jewish priests and Pilate regarding Jesus’ fate. Pilate asked: “Shall I crucify your king?” and in reply, the priests shouted “We have no king but Caesar.” Sounds like a typical Sunday morning in America.”

A quote from:

The Cost of the Enlightenment-AERC 2019 (Transcript of presentation)

 

The Cost of the Enlightenment-AERC 2019 (Video)

SEE:

Mises on the worship of the state or statolatry (1944)

 

Book: Worshipping the State: How Liberalism Became Our State Religion

 

Churches Of The State–Pastor Paul Green

 

Book: The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude (The great mystery: why we obey the state)

 

The Politics of Obedience: Part I (Audio)

 

The Politics of Obedience: Part II (Audio)

 

The Politics of Obedience: Part III (Audio)

 

What Is Really Going On in the Church?

 

The American Church Has A Serious Problem – Sermon by Chuck Baldwin

 

Affluence is the Major Issue for the Church Today

 

GDP Is a Tool of Politics, Not Economics

 

How GDP Metrics Distort Our View of the Economy

 

 

 

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