Saturday, October 16, 2010

Let NOT there be any of this STUFF in my church!

Friday the Glenn Beck program featured the latest attempt by the far left at the continuing infiltration into America's churches and synagogues.  An extreme environmentalist indoctrination program for teens called "Let There Be . . .Stuff" was designed by the pantheistic ("God is everything and everything is God") Green religion and has already been accepted for use by several Mainline Christian churches.   According to Beck, the program is sponsored by the infamous George Soros's Tides foundation.

Let There Be . . .Stuff is a spin off from The Story of Stuff, an animated environmentalist indoctrination video used in public schools across the country. According to Beck, The Story  of Stuff is an  "anti-capitalist tale that unfortunately has virtually no facts correct." Go to this link to see The Story of Stuff video and to see the debunking videos as well.

Now back to what they are doing in our churches. Here's what "Let There Be . . .Stuff" has to say about their own program promoting religious pluralism:

GreenFaith and The Story of Stuff Project have teamed up to create, Let There Be ... Stuff?, a six-session curriculum for teenagers that explores the relationship between their consumption, their faith, and the health of the planet.

The program sounds innocent enough and presents a number of great truths. But subtlety interspersed among these truths is the highly nuanced language of religious pluralism and the equating of God with God's creation. Basically, it's a gradual indoctrination into Gaia (Mother Earth) worship by the use of sly inversion techniques (reversal, or turning things inside inside out).

See Congressional Record:  Communist Goals (1963)

27. Infiltrate the churches and replace revealed religion with "social" religion. Discredit the Bible and emphasize the need for intellectual maturity which does not need a "religious crutch."

Resisting the Green Dragon is a Biblical response to "One of the Greatest Deceptions of our day" - the emergence of environmentalism as a religion. Please take the time to visit the RGD link and click their share button to share on your Facebook and Twitter pages.

RGD, which is sponsored by The Cornwall Alliance, has created a 12-week series using leading Christians who speak out about how to resist the Green Dragon. The series for churches includes a DVD, discussion guide, and book presenting a Christian response to radical environmentalism.

The Cornwall Alliance is a coalition of clergy, theologians, religious leaders, scientists, academics, and policy experts committed to bringing a balanced Biblical view of stewardship to the critical issues of environment and development. . .

A major step was taken in the spring of 2000 when a coalition of scholars and religious leaders put forward an ethical statement of belief called the Cornwall Declaration on Environmental Stewardship. This declaration has so far been signed by over 1,500 clergy, theologians, policy experts and other people of faith, – including such well-known leaders as Dr. Charles Colson, Dr. James Dobson, Rabbi Jacob Neusner, Dr. R.C. Sproul, Fr. Richard John Neuhaus, and Rev. Dr. D. James Kennedy, among others. It has come to be viewed as one of the most significant expressions of belief about religion and the environment in modern times.

What can you do? Help promote Biblical resistance to extreme environmentalism by sharing a link to Resisting the Green Dragon with your church. Let your church know that you will NOT support the use of "Let There Be . . .Stuff" materials in your church.

 

  

 

 

6 comments:

  1. I listened to this show with my mouth open. Not that our children would be indoctrinated, but that it would happen in this manner.

    You've taken Beck's segment to the next level. Great to be able to "read" you Faultline:-)

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  2. I didn't see this on Beck, thanks for sharing. It is another reason we have our grandson in private Christian school. We started him in Kindergarten and will continue paying his tuition until he graduates. It is very expensive but I'm thankful that we can do it. The government schools in his area are terrible. We only have one grandchild.

    Debbie
    Right Truth
    http://www.righttruth.typepad.com

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  3. Thanks Debbie and Maggie. It's been quite a while since I've written any blog articles. I have to relearn what I'm doing every time.

    No church is safe from the left's attempts at subtle inversion techniques. That's why it's so important to review every study guide etc., and especially hymn revisions. It really is all about gradualism.

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  4. Beck is a moron.
    Another Rush with an equal big mouth.
    It is not the left you want to worry.
    It is the right which is wrong.

    George Vreeland Hill

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  5. Great post. George is using the typical progressive tactic. Insult, demonize and isolate. Funny he had nothing to say about your article itself. I think you did a fine job researching and posting related links. I don't want any of this "stuff" in my church either, but unfortunately, I fear it's rearing it's ugly head. My minister is quoting Sojourners newsletter in his sermons, and my radar went up. I'm just waiting for the day that we get to see the lovely stick figure movie about God's green earth and how we are evil for destroying it.

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  6. Dear Anonymous:Please don't wait. Speak out or leave and find a church that hasn't abandoned Biblical truths and Christian tradition!

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