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NAR Core Tenet - Dominionist Replacement Theology

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No Sam, it does not. Do you know why? Because America never turned their back on God. They were never saved to begin with and were never under covenant with God. Couldn't one reasonably argue that when we committed genocide upon the Native Americans in order to steal their land that materialism was already active? Perhaps one of the worst parts of wrongly focusing on America for her sins is it prevents church leaders from examining themselves. Does the sin of materialism infect the church today? Absolutely. The prosperity gospel heresy is the easy target but the NAR dominionist focus on this world is rooted in enjoying the excess this world allows. Do you think God does not see million dollar mansions and Learjets for pastors? Do you think He does not see the abusive tithing pastors threatening His sheep on His behalf?

"Woe No. 2: The sin of hedonism. Consumed with an intoxicating addiction to alcohol, drugs, entertainment and partying, the nation willfully rejected God and the consequences of evil choices, as depicted in Isaiah 5:11." -- Sam Rohrer

Isaiah 5:11 is the key verse today and it appears Rohrer has stretched it quite a bit. That said, while many have rejected the Gospel this notion of rejecting God is not supported. They do not believe in God or have recreated Him in their own image. What about the church though? Modern NAR churches have become entertainment and indulgence. Do you think God did not see the sensual Silent Night or the naked cowboy youth pastor by Hillsong? Do you think He does not see when Tully Tchividjian claims he can come back to ministry because his extramarital affair was between two consenting adults? Can the modern church become any more hedonistic? Just look at the recent absurdity surrounding Todd Bentley, who openly admitted to sexting with his interns and sharing intimate details of his wife with them. Yet the apostate church is pretending they need to "investigate." That does not even take into consideration that he never should have been restored to ministry after marrying his adulteress and divorcing his wife.

"Woe No. 3: The horrible practice of literally promoting sin and evil. As told in Isaiah 5:18, without regard for God or moral truth, the nation dreamed of evil, sinned without remorse and even belittled God by profaning His name and His truth." -- Sam Rohrer

How can you not see the direct application to the church today? Yes the world sins because they do not believe but Isaiah was speaking to those who knew better. The church should know better. Do you think God does not see the promotion of fake supernatural schools that blaspheme the Holy Spirit by pretending they can teach the gifts He can only give? Do you think He does not see that Christian best sellers have titles like "Destined to Reign", "I Am" and "Your Best Life Now?" Do you think He does not see the church extending their finger of accusation at the lost world while protecting anyone who morally fails from the pulpit? I read recently where one church was having a "zombie walk" to celebrate Halloween! Woe to the church indeed!

'Woe No. 4: The sin of moral relativism. Even more dangerous is when a nation redefines moral truth as moral evil, as outlined in Isaiah 5:20. This is accomplished by discarding the Ten Commandments as dangerous, killing the unborn through abortion, redefining marriage between two men or two women and much more. "Have these redefinitions been made in America?" Rohrer asks. "Yes--all have!"' -- Sam Rohrer

Discarding the Ten Commandments? You mean like Joseph Prince does with his greasy grace? He is far from alone. Creflo Dollar also preaches that believers should not have the Ten Commandments even in their home. You know what is worse though? Christians feeling no conviction that sin is no longer preached at all in the church but they think they fulfill some Christian duty in pointing at the people in the world and screaming, "sinner!" NAR dominionists think nothing of trying to moderate carnal behavior in the world through legislation and electing morally bankrupt characters and pretending they are somehow biblical. I expect moral relativism from a world that think the things of God are foolishness. The church however, constantly defending a thrice married, genital grabbing, and profanity laced president is the definition of moral relativism.

"Woe No. 5: The sin of arrogance and corruption. God hates pride because it embodies the sin of satanic defiance against God, Rohrer said, pointing to Isaiah 5:21. Through pride, mankind pronounces himself to be God, which results in the rejection of God and eternal life." -- Sam Rohrer

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