Why they hate God's Word

 "You will be hated... for My name’s sake." 

Matthew 24:9  

 Berit Kjos

       Biblical Christianity doesn't fit the world's vision of global solidarity. It hinders progress toward global governance. It clashes with the amoral values and mind-dulling enticements needed to prepare the masses for "change." No wonder our globalist leaders seek ways to eradicate this inconvenient "obstacle!" They even use Islam to accomplish their purpose.

       In their battle against Truth, these "Power Elites" seem blind to the spiritual war that rages in their midst. They don't realize that their foolish plans can never block God's will and power! His plan for the world was revealed long ago, and He will surely fulfill it -- in His perfect time and way!

"The Lord brings the counsel of the nations to nothing; He makes the plans of the peoples of no effect. ...the counsel of the Lord stands forever..." Psalm 33:10-11

In 1948, the UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a legally binding contract for all nations. It sounds good, as do most of the intrusive UN treaties. Article 18 upholds "the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion..." Article 19 affirms "the right to freedom of opinion and expression...."

But all the lofty promises were shattered by Article 29, which states that, "these rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations."

Like their Communist counterparts during the 1930s, Western revolutionaries despised genuine Christianity. (That's why Hitler established a counterfeit church that would worship him rather than God.) To succeed, they had to abolish the uncompromising truths of the Bible. Faith and obedience to God would have to be replaced by loyalty and submission to the greater whole -- the global collective  -- managed by an evolving socialist world government.

Their aims and tactics haven't changed. This goal from the 1933 Humanist Manifesto is just as relevant today:

"Any religion that can hope to be a synthesizing and dynamic force for today, must be shaped for the needs of this age. To establish such a religion is a major necessity of the present."

They have come a long way. Young students are now immersed in the new global spirituality -- a contemporary, idealistic blend of all religions -- through classroom myths, rituals, symbols and multicultural experiences. This new spiritual synthesis has been adapted to fit the amoral "social justice" system decreed by UNESCO's Declaration on the Role of Religion and Declaration of Principles on Tolerance.

The National Education Association (NEA) shares the UN goals on every point. Small wonder, since its leaders helped establish the United Nations in the first place. Back in 1946, it celebrated the formation of UNESCO as "the culmination of a movement for the creation of an international agency of education." What the NEA began in secret was now established by international law.

It's not surprising that American seventh graders are now studying world history books that praise Islam and demean Christianity. While Christian expressions are banned from the public arena, few officials dare impose the same limitations on Muslims. Their threatening rage has become an effective weapon in the war against the Bible around the world.

But our leaders may have miscalculated. Maybe the world will face global Sharia instead of socialist tyranny. Or maybe the two will merge. Either way, two things are certain:

"The Lord has made everything for its purpose,

even the wicked for the day of trouble." (Proverbs 16:4)

"Blessed are all those who put their trust in Him." (Psalm 2:1-7, 12)

The quotes below reflect the spiritual convictions of powerful leaders and influential voices that laid the foundations for today's fast-rising, anti-Christian global management system. The last two reflect occult teachings of influential Theosophists.

John Dewey, the "father of modern [progressive] education", had more to do with the transformation and "dumbing down" of American schools than anyone. Not only did he lead the most influential training center for educators, Teachers College at Columbia University, he also co-authored the 1933 Humanist Manifesto, which called for a "synthesizing of all religions" and "a socialized and cooperative economic order."[1]  .

His 1908 article, "Religion and our Schools," promoted his progressive education plan as the key strategy for worldwide spiritual transformation:

"Our schools ... are performing an infinitely significant religious work. They are promoting the social unity out of which in the end genuine religious unity must grow.  ...dogmatic beliefs (i.e. Biblical absolutes]...we see disappearing.... It is the part of men to... work for the transformation of all practical instrumentalities of education till they are in harmony with these ideas."[1]

Does the next quote remind you of Soviet Russia where dissidents were kept in mental hospitals for the criminally insane?

"There is always a danger that increased personal independence will decrease the social capacity of an individual.... It often makes an individual so insensitive in his relations to others as to develop an illusion of being really able to stand and act alone -- an unnamed form of insanity which is responsible for a large part of the remedial suffering of the world."[2]

“You can’t make socialists out of individualists — children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming, where everyone is interdependent.”[3]  [In other words, Biblical thinking, which calls for individual accountability to God, obstructs the socialist agenda.]

“There is no god and there is no soul. Hence, there is no need for the props of traditional religion. With dogma and creed excluded, then immutable truth is dead and buried. There is no room for fixed law or permanent moral absolutes.”[4]  [Read more HERE]

Julian Huxley, first Director-General of UNESCO. In previous years, he (like many other humanist and socialist professors) taught at the New School for Social Research, cofounded by John Dewey.[5] The following quotes are from Huxley's book, UNESCO: Its purpose and Its Philosophy.[6]

"UNESCO must pay special attention to international education -- to education as a function of a world society."

"...taking the techniques of persuasion and information and true propaganda that we have learnt to apply nationally in war, and deliberately bending them to the international tasks of peace, if necessary utilizing them -- as Lenin envisaged -- to 'overcome the resistance of millions' to desirable change."

"Using drama to reveal reality...'truth becomes impressive and a living principle of action.'...

"The task before UNESCO... is to help the emergence of a single world culture....And it is necessary, for at the moment, two opposing philosophies of life confront each other from the West and from the East.... You may categorize the two philosophies...as the American versus the Russian way of life, or as capitalism versus communism, or as Christianity versus Marxism. Can these opposites be reconciled...? [Through] the inexorable dialectic of evolution, it must happen."

"In pursuing this aim, we must eschew dogma -- whether it be theological dogma or Marxist dogma.... East and West will not agree on a basis of the future if they merely hurl at each other the fixed ideas of the past.... if it be dogma [referring to God's unchanging Biblical Truth], it does so in a way which is rigid, uncompromising and intolerant...."[Read more HERE]

"...the whole world lies under the sway of the wicked one." 1 John 5:19

Dr. Brock Chisholm,  the first Secretary-General of the United Nations' World Health Organization (WHO)

In 1946, Dr. Chisholm shared the message "The Psychiatry of Enduring Peace and Social Progress" at a world conference on mental health. Two years later, it was published in two magazines: Psychiatry and Alger Hiss' socialist publication titled International Conciliation. Alger Hiss, the presiding Secretary General at the 1945 founding of the United Nations, wrote the Preface to Dr. Chisholm's paper. Ponder these excerpts:

"For many generations we have bowed our necks to the yoke of the conviction of sin. We have swallowed all manner of poisonous certainties fed us by our parents, our Sunday and day school teachers....

"If the race is to be freed from its crippling burden of good and evil, it must be psychiatrists who take the original responsibility....[The] people who matter are the teacher, the young mothers and fathers, the parent-teacher associations, youth groups... churches and Sunday schools -- everyone who can be reached and given help toward intellectual freedom [from Biblical guidelines]... Can such a program of re-education or of a new kind of education be charted? ... Only so... can we help our children carry their responsibilities as world citizens...

"...it has long been generally accepted that parents have a perfect right to impose any points of view, any lies or fears, superstitions, prejudices, hates, or faith on their defenseless children. It is, however, only recently that it has become a matter of certain knowledge that these things cause neuroses, behavior disorders, emotional disabilities, and failure to develop to a state of emotional maturity which fits one to be a citizen of a democracy." [Read more HERE]

Al Gore, Earth in the Balance; Ecology and the Human Spirit, 1992), pp. 258-260.

"The richness and diversity of our religious tradition throughout history is a spiritual resource long ignored by people of faith, who are often afraid to open their minds to teachings first offered outside their own system of belief. But the emergence of a civilization in which knowledge moves freely and almost instantaneously throughout the world has.... spurred a renewed investigation of the wisdom distilled by all faiths. This panreligious perspective may prove especially important where our global civilization's responsibility for the earth is concerned."

"The spiritual sense of our place in nature . . . can be traced to the origins of human civilization. ....[Ceremonial sites] seem to confirm the notion that a goddess religion was ubiquitous throughout much of the world until the antecedents of today's religions -- most of which still have a distinctly masculine orientation -- swept out of India and the Near East, almost obliterating belief in the goddess. The last vestige of organized goddess worship was eliminated by Christianity."  [More HERE]

Maureen Dowd, a Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist for the New York Times.

“[Christian conservatives are like] a vengeful mob — revved up by rectitude running around with torches and hatchets after heathens and pagans and infidels.”[7]

"...in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us. For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord." Romans 8:31

 Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s former pastor:

“Jesus was a poor, black man who lived in a country and who lived in a culture that was controlled by rich white people. The Romans were Italian — which means they were Europeans, which means they were white — and the Romans ran everything in Jesus’ country.” See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdJB-qkfUHc

Episcopal Bishop John Shelby Spong,  Why Christianity Must Change or Die, 1998.

"...change will probably be radical, if not total. Those whose lives are dedicated to serving the Church of the past will resist these suggestions with a vehemence that always emerges from threatened hierarchies and dying institutions.

"Yet the forms the Church assumed in the past inevitably must die. Those forms and their defenders simply cannot evolve fast enough to prevent institutional, ecclesiastical death from becoming reality. But the seeds of resurrection are present in the exile, and in time those seeds will sprout and bloom. When they do, we will once again be able to see continuity between the Church of the past and the purged and opened church of the future."[8]

"Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places." Ephesians 6:11-12

Shirley McCune, a Theosophist and the former head of the Mid-Continent Regional Educational Laboratory (McREL) and keynote speaker at the 1989 Governors Conference on Education. Here she quotes her channeled spirit guide Adonai in The Light Shall Set You Free (Athena Publishing, 1997), pages xii-xiii.

"For centuries, negativity on Earth has consumed all that glistens.... Many have taken this condition, have internalized it within the heart centers, and have become consumed by these lower vibrations of fear and despair. This condition is destined to end. . . . During the next few years, many changes will consume the Earth. This must come to pass because of the transformation that is destined to be fulfilled....

"Hope and faith in The Most Radiant One [not our God] will be restored.... In the years to come each soul on Terra will be touched by this energy....The choices are simple – one selects either peace, harmony, love, and Light, or fear and darkness. There is no middle compromise. This is so! 'Those who journey into the Light will move with us ... Those who choose to stay in the lower vibrations will be provided for accordingly also. The Earth will be cleansed in the next decade, for the purification must be complete...."  [See The International Agenda and Star Wars Joins United Religions]

Corinne McLaughlin, a Theosophist and the first task-force coordinator for President’s [Clinton] Council on Sustainable Development (and co-author with Gordon Davidson, also a Theosophist) in Spiritual Politics, 1994. [Read more HERE]

"This is the main reason for conflict between idealists – those going forward with the evolving Plan and those idealists trapped in an outmoded, irrelevant part of it. The current conflict between religious fundamentalists and those practicing a spirituality based on the immanent Presence of God in all things is an example of this type of conflict....

       "All life on earth is now going through a time of great purification and testing to align with the planet’s collective Soul. The earth is seeking to purify its physical body to shake off all the pollution and poisons that humanity has dumped on it, and to reorient itself toward Spirit.... The Earth is now releasing its purification function in order to become a sacred planet."[9] [See Barbara Marx Hubbard]


"...we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us. We are -

  • hard pressed on every side, yet not crushed...

  • perplexed, but not in despair

  • persecuted, but not forsaken;

  • struck down, but not destroyed..."

"Thanks be to God who always leads us in triumph in Christ!"

(2 Cor. 4:7-9, 14)

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1. The Hibbert Journal, July 1908. Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D. Chronology of Education, p. 11.
2. John Dewey,  Democracy and Education, 1916. Quoted by Cuddy, p. 13
3. Written circa 1899.  None Dare Call It Education, by John A. Stormer, 1998, p. 36.
4. Written in the 1920s. "The Spiritual Perils of Modern Secular Education, Program VC1464,” a video tape from “Living His Life Abundantly,” a TV program on EWTN.  Quoted in  I Can't Believe You Said That! by Fred Gielow, p.114.
5. Cuddy, p. 14
6. UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy (Washington DC: Public Affairs Press, 1947, pp.29, 60-61.

7. Maureen Dowd, “Slapping the Other Cheek,” New York Times, November 14, 2004.  Quoted in I Can't Believe You Said That! by Fred Gielow, p.116.
8. John Shelby Spong, Why Christianity Must Change or Die (HarperSanFrancisco, 1998), pp. 198-199.
9. Corinne McLaughlin, Spiritual Politics  (Ballantine Books, 1994), p. 240.  "Earth" is spelled both with and without a capital "E" in the original book, which I have.