https://midwestoutreach.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/fantasy-g8ca25ab24_640.jpg https://midwestoutreach.org/2022/02/24/is-wetiko-the-next-pandemic/ Within the New Age, there is a belief that: for several thousands of years human beings have suffered from a plague, a disease worse than leprosy, a sickness worse than malaria, a malady much more terrible than smallpox.”1 According to its adherents, this disease is called the Wetiko mind virus and is the … Continue reading Is Wetiko the Next Pandemic?
Category: Indigenous Issues
Christ in the Americas? – Ponderize Episode 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YdrHEtnZLY I just heard Elder Suicide speak in person and his arguments are so clever that I had to share them with you all! He is a former Mormon missionary who explores the apex of the Book of Mormon narrative: The Resurrected Christ visited the ancient peoples here on the American Continent. This series will … Continue reading Christ in the Americas? – Ponderize Episode 1
Understanding the Ecumenism of Peter Kreeft
Introduction As a fundamentalist evangelical do you often find yourself getting aggravated when Christians say that Christians and Muslims worship the same God? Are you thoroughly confused when you see posts on social media of Christian women wearing the hijab out of solidarity with their “Muslim sisters”? How about interfaith dialogue? Should Christians be having … Continue reading Understanding the Ecumenism of Peter Kreeft
Becoming All Things to All Men: Was Worship Contextualized in the Synagogue and the Upper Room?
Introduction When the Apostle Paul wrote in his letter to the Corinthians “I have become all things to all men, that I might by all means save some” (1 Cor. 9:22), 1 was this a mandate for contextualization of worship? Was Paul saying mystical, pagan-style worship is pleasing in the eyes of the Lord as … Continue reading Becoming All Things to All Men: Was Worship Contextualized in the Synagogue and the Upper Room?
The New Age Ghost Dance: How the New Age Movement is Radicalizing Native American Millenarian Prophecies to Create an Environmentalist Death Cult
Introduction Millenarian movements have existed within the Native American community since at least the fifteenth century and culminated in the Ghost Dance movement of the nineteenth century.1 The Ghost Dance originally was a movement focusing on preserving Native American culture; but by 1890, the rapacious behavior of European settlers led it to become radicalized into … Continue reading The New Age Ghost Dance: How the New Age Movement is Radicalizing Native American Millenarian Prophecies to Create an Environmentalist Death Cult
The Call of Bilal: How Pseudo-Islamic Cults are using the African Diaspora and Pseudo History to Influence Native Americans
Introduction Bilal ibn Rabah has been revered over the centuries as the face of non-Arab Islam and has remained an inspiration to African muslims during times of great transgression. Today, pseudo-Islamic cults are using the story of Bilal ibn Rabah, the African Diaspora, and pseudo history as recruitment tools to gain followers from the Native … Continue reading The Call of Bilal: How Pseudo-Islamic Cults are using the African Diaspora and Pseudo History to Influence Native Americans