Message from Malcolm the Seceder in Willem Petzer Live Chat #theology
@Daniel van Straaten She's excellent. Have you read her Secret Thoughts?
What are you a fan of?
How do you define libertarian?
Liberal on social issues like drugs, sex, alcohol, smoking, beards
Malcolm they are talking english again
@Malcolm the Seceder Willem Petzer describes himself as a Paleo Libertarian
I appreciate leaders like Rand and Ron Paul.
I would be closer to Pat Buchanan
But we're also talking in a religious context. There should be no libertarianism in religion
Except where the Bible gives it
@Daniel van Straaten What sort of things do you chat about on that forum?
Are you on FB? It is focused on the reformed (theological sense) view of politics.
The main guys are reformed baptist but some are presbyterian
This is a great article
I like Ayn Rand
She's a fire breather :)
Nope what's the thesis?
I like Ayn Rand more because she's so extreme and absolutist not so much her extreme libertarianism
It is he who sits above the circle of the earth, and its inhabitants are like grasshoppers; who stretches out the heavens like a curtain, and spreads them like a tent to dwell in;
He set the earth on its foundations, so that it should never be moved.
@Deejay from Earth Poetic speech. Common among the hebrews and kindred folk of their race. Or do you imagine that a snake actually spoke to Eve and that all of Adam kind was doomed to death because she ate a fruit?
@Deejay from Earth Psalms are poems. The prophets often spoke in prose to convey ideas. The Messiah taught in parables.
The descriptions of Earth in the Bible is literal. The spiritual teachings is metaphor and parables and whatnot. I have all the scientific proof for flat earth, you're welcome to post your arguments for discussion under <#469490581899575297>.
It is not a profession of faith, which may indeed be insincere, but a confession of faith, which by definition is sincere, that indicates one is a Christian.
I find myself thinking about this alot with threats of War in SA and the wolves at the door. Weird thing is I am not religious. But, I am worried we on a course that we cant come back from.
In todays context with the rising Anti white sentiment...This just seems very fitting .“Ezekiel 25:17. "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness. For he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children.
I worry about the bad guys(satanists) hijacking legitimate concern for white people and injecting racial socialism to counterbalance their neoliberalism, and putting that ideology in peoples' hearts in order to cut of the connection to god within.
as a non white person, I know that the anti white are anti freedom, but I'm worried that stirring up (white)racial nationalism is an evil ploy to bury spiritual truth
Valid concerns... Wish i had answers to assure you of anything, but none of us have answers that we all agree on, so isn't that why we are brought together to talk about these things, share our experiences and our observations, learn from one another and then go about reasoning until we settle on a common understanding that we all agree on.
I see the battle now between globalists and nationalists as the same as the battle between catholics and protestants, basically the fight against centralized control and freedom of ideas
old battle, new clothes
Yeah in principle it's the same.. Context just differs. Context is important no doubt since it's the feminine influence of our emotions, and principles i personally think is the dominant masculine that influences our reason. So my bias here is aligned with the principles of God the Father, not the context within mother nature. But I'm also not saying context doesn't matter at all.