By Don Chapin
The last line on the below–quoted newconservatives.net website: “To Build A God–Fearing Nation Is Our Ultimate Goal.”
“Christian Conservative Americans” apparently want to forget about Jesus’ teachings, that God is a LOVING God, NOT a fearful god, which was appropriate in the time of Moses. That, as I understand it, in addition to the concept of “going within” was a basic and central Gnostic tenet of Jesus’ teachings. The second article cited below assumes America was founded by Christians, for Christians. WRONG: Rumor has it that all of the originators and signers of the Declaration of Independence were Freemasons (a concept not supported by history) and of the Constitution (only 13 of the 39 men, or 33%, that signed the constitution) were Freemasons, an organization which was and is anathema to the Catholic church for, like the Gnostics of old, its promulgation of “looking within.” The Bill of Rights, however—the first ten Articles of Amendment—were heavily advocated by Freemasonry.
The very first link from our website’s “Is America a Christian Nation?” section pertains to the Moroccan–American Treaty of Friendship, 1777, reportedly authored by President Washington himself and supported by Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. Article 11 of that treaty states:
“As the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion,–as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion or tranquility of Musselmen, and as the said States never have entered into any war or act of hostility against any Mehomitan nation, it is declared by the parties that no pretext arising from religious opinions shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries.”
The below quote is from this previously–mentioned website (The bold font in this quote is from their website):
“We stand for God, and a voice for God fearing red blooded unapologetic Christian Conservative Americans.
“What do we stand for?
“We stand for building in our nation a strong community of those who glorify and live for God and to advocate for laws, policy, and community efforts which do so.
“We stand in complete opposition to modern liberal secular ideals, and we will not ever budge under social pressure, slander, threats or actions of violence, or whatever else our enemies, workers of Satan, will throw at us in desperation.
“We do not care for the opinions of the secular world, ever changing and flimsy as they are.
“We care about God, and the morals he has laid before us, eternal and righteous as they are.
“We aim to live for God, not the world, one cannot do both and must ultimately choose at some point in their life.
“We aim to use our resources and time to promote Christian Conservative values, to combat secular liberalism, to build
community, to be charitable, and to change our nation for the better and save as many souls as possible along the way.
“We will not bend or break under pressure,
“We will not fold to unjust demands,
“We will not ‘drive the speed limit’ towards a descent into liberal atheism as mainstream conservatives have done.
“To be hated by those who hate God is an honor, and to be loved by them is to be a tool of Satan.
“We believe with all our hearts that America, as a nation, an idea, a platform, a concept, cannot under any circumstances be allowed to fall and rot, as the titans who stood before it have, and we believe that to preserve the spirit of this nation, we must fight for it with our words, actions, and thoughts.
“To build a God fearing nation is our ultimate goal.”
Note from the above quotes “a descent into liberal atheism” and “We stand in complete opposition to modern liberal secular ideals.” HUMPH! “liberal atheism” and “liberal secular ideals?” Legal precedent in the U.S. favors the separation of church and state. So far, except for IRS restrictions, the state has pretty well followed in that stricture, but this wording, by supposedly “Conservative Christians” appears, to me at least, to be “crossing the line” from the “church” side.
Another article, “Can We Return To Our National Origins?” at https://redoubtnews.com/2022/01/can–we–return–to–our–national–origins/starts out with:
“The primary question that resides within the hearts and minds of most Christians and conservatives today is, how does this nation regain it’s [sic] moral base of Christian principles that had guided it for almost 200 years?”
Yes, this country started out based on spiritual principles, but like the religions of the world, the humans in charge very often forgot or circumvented those principles to obtain secular goals. Any objective and true historical review must see that! Hmmm, but a moral base of “Christian principles?” Like the Inquisition, like the elimination of the Gnostic branch of Christianity, like the false accusations and lethal elimination of the Knights Templar?
Basically, humanity has corrupted spiritual principles since the get–go and, as we see it, this “Christian Conservative Americans” movement is simply another example.
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