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In this WVW Broadcast Network Newsletter I would like to share with you some information that will help you understand what is happening in the world and within evangelicalism that is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled. While we as Christians do not like to see the global transformation that is taking place, that also includes the growth of a false dominate church, we can at least take solace in the fact that when the stage is being set for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled it only affirms that the Word of God is a supernatural book that was written by a supernatural God.
Revelation 17 makes it very clear that a false dominate church will take the global stage and it will set the stage for the three-legged stool of religion, government, and corporations that will be the bases of the global governance of Antichrist as revealed in Revelation 18. This global system is not only clearly presented in the Scriptures but is also promoted by occult and New Age authors that have communicated with demons. The demonic world does indeed know about future events because their leader Satan knows the Bible. New Age and occult writer Alice Bailey wrote:
“The coming in of the Aquarian Age also stimulates in man a spirit of universality and a tendency towards fusion. This can be seen working out in the present trends towards synthesis in business, in religion, and in politics.”
New Age champion Alice Bailey, who died in 1949, wrote those revealing words in her New Age classic The Seventh Ray, Revealer of the New Age. According to Bailey, she wrote under the direction of a “spirit guide” named the Tibetan. You and I would recognize the Tibetan, however, was a demon. Yet her characterization of the Aquarian Age sounds remarkably like what is happening in our world today.
Did a demon known as the Tibetan tell Alice Bailey that the three-legged stool of government, corporations, and religion would build the coming world system of Antichrist? If so, how would it know that? I believe Alice Bailey did hear from a demon, but demons are not omniscient. They can know the future, though—in the same way we do.
Demons know what Scripture says will happen, and a key to understanding Alice Bailey’s “prediction” resides in Revelation 18, where the Bible predicts that the three-legged stool of government, corporations, and religion will come together as one.
Satan and the demonic world know the Bible, but we don’t want to give too much credibility to Alice Bailey and her Tibetan. What is credible is the supernatural nature of God’s Word that tells us through Bible prophecy what is yet to come. The Bible tells us how history will play out because the inspiration of the Word of God came upon men as the Holy Spirit led them to write this supernatural book.
So, Alice Bailey channeled a demon and wrote that the world government of Antichrist would be built around a three-legged stool of government, corporations, and religion. Her “fourth ray” of “harmony through conflict” describes precisely what we would recognize as a Hegelian dialectical strategy—thesis and antithesis, idea, opposite idea. Two opposites such as socialism and capitalism fight, then merge to produce communitarianism. Bailey’s fourth ray introduces the process. Then, the seventh ray brings the power to organize. It wields the force to bring into synthetic relation the great pairs of opposites and to produce new forms of spiritual manifestation.
We are seeing just such spiritual manifestations today through syncretism. As world religions come together, Christianity is merged with Hinduism through people practicing Christian yoga or “holy yoga” even though there’s nothing truly Christian or holy about yoga. Yoga, after all, means yoke or union with a Hindu god. You might as well say you have a holy Ouija board. There’s no such thing.
The great pairs of opposites we see around us are all part of this dialectical approach. Christianity and Marxism yield liberation theology (Marxianity). Islam and Christianity merge into Chrislam. We even have the LGBT community and Christianity merging so that now within mainstream evangelicalism it’s chic to promote the idea of a Christian queer or Christian LGBT. To gain a bit of credibility and then undermine the truth of the gospel, truth and error mix to distort and neutralize the church, the concoction ultimately creating a false dominant church. Alice Bailey describes this in The Seventh Ray:
False and true standards will emerge in man’s consciousness and those choices will be made which will lay the foundation of the new order, which will inaugurate the new race, with its new laws and novel approaches, and so usher in the new religion of love and brotherhood, and that period wherein the group and the group-good will be the dominant note.
That’s the basis for the three-legged stool of Peter Drucker, Rick Warren, Bob Buford, Tim Keller, and others.
Many of the men now promoting the three-legged stool weren’t even born by the time Alice Bailey died. They’re promoting Bailey’s new era of group consensus, an accord that will be the “foundation for the new order”—the New World Order. According to Bailey, we’ll actually become “a new race.” People will embrace pantheism (all is God), panentheism (God is in all), cosmic humanism, environmentalism, sustainable development, social justice, the common good, human flourishing.
The Bible addresses this problem in Daniel 7:25, saying that the Antichrist will speak out against the Most High, wear down the saints of the Highest One, and make alterations in times and in law. In other words, the Antichrist is going to change everything. He will end national sovereignty and regional or national currencies, taking us towards a global system, a one-world government. As everything comes together (as pairs of opposites collide), this new race of mankind will usher in the new religion of love and brotherhood wherein the group-good dominates. Separateness and hatreds will allegedly fade out, and people will be merged in a true unity.
Yet Scripture proclaims that true Christians cannot be a part of this. We cannot tolerate it. There is no fellowship between righteousness and unrighteousness or among the things of God and the things of Baal. “Come out and be ye separate” is in the exhortation of 2 Corinthians 6:14-17. Although I began years ago to warn of what the leftists are doing to bring this about, more recently it’s become necessary to point out that some of the most popular people within evangelicalism are either promoting it or sharing the stage with those who are, thus giving them theological cover. And mine is an unpopular position. People like me are now ruthlessly attacked. Whether they know it or not, though, the attackers are aiding and abetting the coming kingdom of Antichrist. In Acts 20 and again in Jude 3, Paul warns that we should be aware of the men who rise from within, but when we point them out, they, their fans, staff members, and worshipers don’t like it.
Certainly, those of us who sound the warning are not perfect and never claimed to be. The Word of God, though, is perfect, and it tells us that we cannot mix truth and error. We cannot mix Christianity and Marxism. We cannot build the kingdom of God on earth as many try to because an errant eschatology drives their debased theology. Jesus’ kingdom is not of this world, and those who say they’re trying to build the kingdom of God on earth are really building the kingdom of Antichrist.
It’s shocking to compare what Alice Bailey and her demon predicted to what we see around us:
"It can be expected that the orthodox Christian will at first reject the theories about the Christ which occultism presents. At the same time this same orthodox Christian will find it increasingly difficult to induce the intelligent masses of people to accept the impossible deity and the feeble Christ which historical Christianity has endorsed."
Many of today’s millennials do not accept this so-called feeble Christ or the “impossible deity.” As I pointed out earlier, they claim that they will come if the church offers them Jesus the social justice warrior. As a result, some of the most popular evangelical leaders in America, like Rick Warren and Tim Keller, build churches for the unbeliever. They present this Jesus to draw people in, leading them to believe there is such a thing as a social justice, ecumenical, environmental hipster Jesus. But it is a false Christ, just as Alice Bailey described. Bailey and her demon predicted that this false dominant church would create and follow a Jesus of their own making—the new age Jesus—and reject the Jesus of the Bible.
Pulling mainstream evangelicalism into the false dominant church is crucial to the success of the one-world strategy. Satan needs the “conservative” right to close ranks with the left in order to marginalize those of us who won’t go along. I’ve written extensively about this in my previous books Religious Trojan Horse and The Coming Religious Reich (“reich” means empire or kingdom).
Often, the attacks on people like me are not even based on the arguments raised, the facts in play, or the theological points being made. The attacks are personal—even against our families. This is because many in evangelicalism are being exposed. Many people we thought we could trust, we’re finding out are bearing dangerous fruit.
When I published Grave Influence in 2009, I examined 21 left-wing radicals whose worldviews exert tremendous influence on America, even though all are long dead. I focused on these leftists and received virtually no pushback from the evangelical world. Now, though, those radicals’ influence has had its effect on the mainstream, and I’m exposing what’s going on among the right. This time, the reaction is wholly different.
Many on the evangelical right are involved in pragmatism. They want power and money. Profit is the driving motive behind their “ministries.” As a result, they are trapped by the snares of the devil. Often, they are compromised by millennials who have bought into social justice, neo-Calvinism, and neo-evangelicalism. The left and right are merging.
The backlash is severe. Because they can’t debate truth-tellers on the basis of documentation and facts, they try to destroy our character. Many have attempted to undermine the reputation and credibility of my ministry, for instance.
You would hope a true believer, indwelt by the Holy Spirit, could handle the truth and say, “Whoa, wait a minute! Thank you for showing me that!” The Holy Spirit would convict the offender, so he or she could repent and get back on the right side. Sadly, though, that is not the case. Rather, they form what could be called an “evangelical mafia” to attack the truth tellers. This is a key to Satan’s strategy of merging the left and the right, and I believe there are three reasons why he so badly needs both together.
Reason #1: The coming global system is based on a mixture of socialism and capitalism that many evangelical leaders support.
Most mainline, leftists advocate pure socialism. These would be the Democrats and those in the mainline liberal churches. Those on the right, though—many of whom are Republicans—want to mix socialism with capitalism through social justice, and this second option is the basis for Satan’s one world system.
Revelation 18 tells us that the one world religious system is based on the merging of world government, corporations, and religion. So, if you’re going to have corporations, merchants, trading, buying-and-selling, and shipping and transportation, there must be some form of capitalism in play. Hence, the right now embraces communitarianism. It’s largely the right that is willing to mix socialism with capitalism. Some degree of a free market is required to fund the system and keep it afloat.
Reason #2: It will take compromised mainstream evangelical leaders to bridge the left and the right and form a false dominant church.
Revelation 17:1 speaks of that false dominant church: “then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and spoke with me saying, ‘come and hear and I will show you the judgment of the great harlot who sits on many waters.’” And in verse 3: “he carried me away in the spirit into a wilderness, and I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet beast.” The great harlot is a false dominant global church used by Antichrist to build a global system. Then in the middle of the chapter 17, the Antichrist and his ten world assistants devour her. Suddenly, the false church is gone. It is replaced by an entirely new religion built on worship of Antichrist. Compromised mainstream evangelical leaders are the bridge.
This situation underscores the reason you should never put your trust in one Bible teacher and assume you can get all your theology from one particular leader (not even me!). You should build it around the study of the Bible. Otherwise, you will be greatly disappointed to discover that the one you trusted has been compromised.
Reason #3: It will take mainstream evangelical leaders to paint thinking conservative Christians as the source of all suffering and oppression.
If the people on the left say people on the right are bad, it has little effect. After all, “they’re the enemy.” But when evangelical leaders point out “troublemakers,” extremists, homophobes, Islamophobes, or haters, others on the right take notice. It becomes easier to paint those who won’t go along as selfish or greedy because they won’t join in the cause of social justice. Mainstream evangelical leaders are needed to give approval for the persecution of true saints. If a false dominant church is to be built, you will need the right and the left. Rick Warren has said as much. After all, a bird needs both a left and right wing in order to fly.
A quick review of Revelation 18 shows how Scripture predicts the rise of the three-legged stool that leads to a one-world system. Chapter 18 begins with the words “after these things,” an indication that it recounts new events and facts that follow from those outlined in Chapter 17:
After these things I saw another angel coming down from heaven having great authority and the earth was illuminated with his glory and he cried out with a mighty voice saying, “Fallen, fallen is Babylon the great. She has become a dwelling place of demons and a prison of every unclean spirit.”
Here, demons and spirituality denote religion. Then, in Revelation 18:3: “For all the nations have drunk of the wine of the passion of her immorality and the kings of the earth have committed acts of immorality with her.” “Kings” speaks of government. So far, the passage references government and religion. Midway through the chapter, we add business in verses 11 and 12:
And the merchants of the earth weep and mourn over her because no one buys their cargo anymore. Cargos of gold and silver, precious stones and pearls and fine linen and purple and silk and scarlet and every kind of citrine wood and every article of ivory and every article made from very costly wood and bronze and iron and marble and cinnamon and spice and incense and perfume and frankincense and wine and olive oil and fine flour and wheat and cattle and sheep and cargos of horse and chariots and slaves and human lives.
“Merchants” are the third leg. So, what do we have? Business, religion and government, as Alice Bailey called it, joined together.
In previous newsletters and through our radio and television ministry we have looked at the role of leaders like Rick Warren, Tim Keller, Peter Drucker, and Bob Buford in promoting the third way, but now a significant force has been added that trains young clergy in this worldview. Led by Chancellor and CEO Ligon Duncan, Reformed Theological Seminary is now on the social justice bandwagon as revealed by his recent praise of Neo-Marxist Tim Keller and Duncan planting a seminary in New York with Keller. This is shocking as increasingly we are watching what was thought to be the conservative wing of evangelicalism jumping in to promote the three-legged stool of Revelation 18. We are also watching as once trusted Bible teachers continue to invite the leaders of the Cultural Marxist Gospel Coalition to their “Bible” conferences over and over. Indeed, the right is merging with the left just as I predicted in my 2012 book, Religious Trojan Horse. Yet, even I have been shocked at who some of the players on the right have been that have given this syncretism theological cover. Yes, a false dominate church is quickly gaining an audience, supporters, and credibility.
Let me contrast the true Church with the growing false dominant church. We have the biblical gospel; they have a social gospel. We believe in individual salvation; they believe in collective salvation. They believe that if we simply all just come together in consensus, solve the world’s problems, transform the world, set the right environment, people will change, good will prevail, and the kingdom of God will be ushered in. But that has to come through “collective” salvation. We believe in individual salvation because that’s what the Bible teaches.
We believe in the Great Commission; they believe in cultural transformation. We believe in making biblical disciples; they believe in making community activists. We believe in biblical pastors; they believe in community organizers. We believe in biblical unity; they believe in group consensus. We believe that we should be exegeting the Scriptures or teaching it in context. They believe they should be contextualizing the Scriptures or making the Scriptures through the dialectic comply with the culture.
We believe God brings the kingdom; they believe they build the kingdom. But let me tell you, they’re building the kingdom of Antichrist. We believe in biblical theology; they believe in liberation theology. We are persecuted for speaking truth; they persecute those who speak the truth. We are marginalized and vilified for speaking the truth; they marginalize and vilify those speaking the truth.
We believe that Jesus focused on spiritual poverty; they believe Jesus was focusing on material poverty. We believe the Church is to go into the world and preach the gospel; they believe the world is to be brought into the church. We believe righteousness and unrighteousness do not mix; they believe righteousness and unrighteousness brings a third way. We believe that compromise brings calamity; they believe that compromise brings community. We believe the world will end with the judgment of God; they believe the world will evolve into heaven on Earth.
We believe in spiritual warfare; they believe in class warfare. We believe in individual responsibility; they believe in collective responsibility. We believe that the Holy Spirit and the Word changes lives; they believe the right economic and cultural environment changes lives.
This is the false church versus the true Church. Many Christians know something is wrong, but they cannot fully understand what it is. My friends, I believe that God has providentially given to us a group of men and a group of broadcasters to help us encourage, equip, and train Christians, the Bereans, the remnant, that small group to understand the times and know how God would have us to respond.
There is no secret formula. There is no complex formula. In fact, it’s very simple: the formula is the Great Commission to make disciples. Make disciples.
Peter Marshall, the chaplain to Congress, said it best, “Better to fail in a cause that will ultimately succeed than to succeed in a cause that will ultimately fail.” My friends, we may think that we’re losing, but when we think we’re losing, Christ is winning.
The conflict brings the change and the change comes from the conflict according to the change agents. And so, we look around, and we think, “Things are changing; it’s not the same country; it’s not the same church I grew up in; it’s not the same denomination.” Indeed it is changing. But the stage is being set; Bible prophecy is being fulfilled, and we have a front-row seat to watch the growing false dominant church. The question is, will we follow the admonishment of the Apostle Paul in Acts 20 to warn the true church of men that have risen from within or will we be intimidated into silence by their popularity? Will be silenced by their lies and personal attacks? Will we be silenced by their twisting of scripture and appeasement? The answer to these questions is a resounding NO! Together we will continue to follow the Biblical response of Acts 20 and Jude 3. Together we will continue to encourage, equip, and edify the saints that refuse to take part in the growth of the false dominate church.
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