Of course it is paganism. Here is A. Castellitto writing at American Thinker:
The culture war has been misrepresented as a struggle between reason and belief, but the truth is, the battle that lies before us is a spiritual one with deep historical and existential roots. As in the days of ancient Rome, our civil foundation will continue to be defined by either a return to paganism or toward the transcendent God of Christianity.
Just watch the latest awards show, talk show, or halftime show and see how pagan ritualism and sensuality is promoted and how it’s spilling into the greater social and political spheres.
I’ve consulted with an expert on these things and he was gracious enough to share his thoughts.
Dr. Peter Jones, a PCA pastor and former professor at Westminster Seminary. He is originally from Liverpool, England and is the Executive Director of truthXchange. Dr. Jones has devoted a majority of his life to the study of new age mysticism and offers a real inside perspective on the grand plan to paganize the globe. He’s a true scholar and intellectual academic whose research and experience provides real legitimacy to the anti-‘agenda’ movement.
Hello Dr. Jones, thank you for taking the time to answer my questions.
Is America still a nation where freedom of religion and religious expression (and freedom of conscience) can continue to thrive? Can these founding principles at least coexist within today’s highly politicized postmodern landscape?
In the name of freedom, specifically freedom from hate speech, we are facing a neo-Marxist totalitarian ideology that denies to others the right of expression and insists that radical egalitarianism is the only just system. Because it is so radically religious, ultimately it can never allow the “errors” or threatening ideas of the other side to be spoken. For the moment it has not taken power.
Read more: American Thinker
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