Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world--the desires of the flesh and the desires of the eyes and pride of life--is not from the Father but is from the world. And the world is passing away along with its desires, but whoever does the will of God abides forever. -- 1John 2:15-17 (ESV)
Karen Hardin is another NAR operative espousing cultural domination through the church. Dominionism is rapidly becoming the final idol of the church age. They seek to "influence" or conquer seven cultural mountains. Their focus is on a societal salvation instead of saving individual people. All it is however is whitewashing a tomb. This world is passing away as the key verses teach us. The coat of whitewash to NAR desires may make for a more pious sounding world but inside it is still filled with dead mans bones. A rotting corpse with a fresh new coat of paint does not change the nature of the corpse. Let us reason again once more through the above article.
"There is a transformation taking place around the world. A new awareness and revelation is being revealed in this hour. However, I believe the mandate of masks wearing speaks prophetically of the call to silence what needs to be spoken in this hour. The question we all need to be asking is "What is our role as people of God (the church) in society today?" This is vital." -- Karen Hardin
While there is a transformation occurring around the world it is not this Gnostic mishmash designed to pretend that Hardin is hearing directly from God. The reference to awareness and revelation indicate that she will speak on the Lord's behalf even though she clearly did not hear from Him. This is a common tact within false teacher/prophet circles and a favorite ruse of the NAR. It is like they have the throne room on speed dial and have lengthy conversations with God over their afternoon lattes. Her allusion to masks being representative of some evil will to silence what must be spoken is a dangerous ploy. Hardin does not care of course. As for her cryptic question, the answer is simple -- preach the Gospel. This answer never changes but in the mind of the NAR dominionist, it changes whenever the cultural winds blow. As people of God we are to represent Christ in whatever our role in the world is, adhering to scripture. As we will see, the NAR and Hardin have other plans.
"For years, we have been told that the church isn't to be involved in politics, citing "separation of church and state." However, the term "separation of church and state" is nowhere in our Constitution. That term and false argument is a tool cultivated by the left to silence the church from involvement in governmental affairs." -- Karen Hardin
The argument "it's not in the constitution" is intellectually vapid. Separation of powers, the electoral college, and judicial review are nowhere in the constitution either but that does not mean they are not a real part of our governance. You know what else is never mentioned in the Constitution? God. Just saying. Continuing on with the lesson for people like Hardin, illiterate in American history, the notion that the separation of church and state has been cultivated by the left is asinine. Its origins go back to the earliest days of the republic when it was first coined as a term by the founder of Rhode Island. It was also cited by the infamous lefty, Thomas Jefferson, who by the way, rewrote the bible to remove any mention of the deity of Jesus Christ.