“The media is not interested in promoting anything related to the Christian faith, and only demean. If they see anything positive, they are not going to report on it because it goes contrary to their agenda,” says Dr. Chuck Crismier, a veteran attorney, author of several books, pastor.
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Dr. Crismier says: “The media agenda is to promote a godless version of life in the Western world. Anything else is deemed to be hateful. So, the whole concept of hate has been redefined. Completely redefined. The whole concept of tolerance has completely been redefined which affect so many areas of our life. It includes the whole idea of free speech. The media is not interested in free speech.”
The media agenda is to promote a godless version of life in the Western world.
“The media is only interested in free speech for themselves and those of their particular godless like. They are interested in accomplishing just the opposite of a society that believes in the ten commandments.”
“Since the 1960s we have had a monstrous revolution in the West. It was a moral, spiritual and sexual revolution – also surrounding the Vietnam War. But, it was far more than that. The real revolution was a revelry against all authority. It was the progressive abandonment of all authority.”
The media will not report anything positive about Christianity. It goes against their Agenda.
“Let’s take a look at what happened in our churches as a result of that. In the 1970s, the divorce revolution started with Ronald Reagan who gave us no fault divorce in 1968. As a result of that, our pastors in churches began to adopt the idea that God’s ultimate good for us was happiness. Not holiness but happiness. The Bible said be holy. We were saying: be happy.”
“It was linked to the infusion of psychology. In the 1960s, psychology began to be infused into every single aspect of our culture. Even in our churches.”
“The foundation of our country used to be on faith. Now it was being shifted to feelings.
Feelings replaced faith gradually. Not just in the country as a whole, but into our churches.
Before we were about showing our faith, living out our faith ideals as best we could in truth, honesty, integrity, compassion, love, mercy and forgiveness. Now, even in our universities, the whole training of teachers went upside down.
I was a teacher for 9 years in Southern California before I practiced law. They began to train us in what was called the encounter movement. You no longer express, in a conversation, things that we were doing there, talking about facts and so on. No, everything had to be rephrased as “I feel”.
“If you take the lordship of feelings and implement that over a period of decades, how it affects the life of a country, it doesn’t take a Philadelphia lawyer to figure it out: This is a serious thing. Feelings have become our Lord. The Lord Jesus Christ has become little more than a mascot even in his own church.”
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