Is it Okay to Question a Christian Worldview? vs.3.0 (Part 5 of O.O.P.A.Art’s)

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I haven’t gotten a lot out of my University education. I don’t work in my planned field; I rarely use any of the skills I acquired. I do have one small claim to flame from the period shortly after I graduated, however, and that is that a certain Pop Star who is famous worldwide wanted to hire me for an obscene amount of money every year to do their Public Relations. I chose a $70 a week pastoral internship instead.

I suppose it isn’t entirely true that I do not use my degree. It certainly does help me to use a certain skill called, Discernment; as does my experience and knowledge about Saul Alinsky’s, "Rules for Radicals," which was gleaned, from some painful experiences with a certain organization for which I once worked. How this book has influenced many political leaders today is quite interesting and disturbing, but I’ll save this for another time.
Having this degree in Public Relations, I can tell you this much about our modern, Western, and American Cultures: Since the 1920’s when “The Art of Public Relations” began to be employed by Government leaders, the party line became, “Perception is Reality.” The political leaders of our age craft “perception” and then act on that “reality” by believing that we see that reality as they do. They do this—despite the Truth. But, don’t believe me; research “The Art of Public Relations” for yourself. Discover its origins and usage over the last century and you’ll come to realize that most of the news you read, from the nightly talking heads to the scientific journals are simply Press Releases. And Press Releases are the tools of P.R. (Public Relations) professionals.
Historically, P.R. is used for one primary purpose—making sure you believe a lie to be true. Secondly, it is used to make the people in a bad situation look better, or look like heroes.
Of course, there are those who will make the argument that P.R. is an important, free and effective tool for non-Profit organizations that have very little money to put toward publicity. Although this is true, it hardly redeems “The Art of Public Relations” as originally designed, historically and currently employed—as the dominant tool for the influencing and controlling thought and opinion.
But it isn’t just the political and media elite who have pulled proverbial wool over your eyes, as you will see shortly.
As a warning to our own nation, people and culture, I believe that a certain Biblical prophet named Isaiah said it best, when describing “The Art of Public Relations” in his own day, said in Chapter 5 of his book:
20Woe to those who call evil good
and good evil,
who put darkness for light
and light for darkness,
who put bitter for sweet
and sweet for bitter.
21Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes
and clever in their own sight.
22Woe to those who are heroes at drinking wine
and champions at mixing drinks,
23who acquit the guilty for a bribe,
but deny justice to the innocent.
24Therefore, as tongues of fire lick up straw
and as dry grass sinks down in the flames,
so their roots will decay
and their flowers blow away like dust;
for they have rejected the law of the Lord Almighty
and spurned the word of the Holy One of Israel.
25Therefore the Lord’s anger burns against his people;
his hand is raised and he strikes them down.
The mountains shake,
and the dead bodies are like refuse in the streets.
Yet for all this, his anger is not turned away,
his hand is still upraised.
26He [God] lifts up a banner for the distant nations,
he whistles for those at the ends of the earth.
Here they come,
swiftly and speedily!
27Not one of them grows tired or stumbles,
not one slumbers or sleeps;
not a belt is loosened at the waist,
not a sandal thong is broken.
28Their arrows are sharp,
all their bows are strung;
their horses’ hoofs seem like flint,
their chariot wheels like a whirlwind.
29Their roar is like that of the lion,
they roar like young lions;
they growl as they seize their prey
and carry it off with no one to rescue.
30In that day they will roar over it
like the roaring of the sea.
And if one looks at the land,
he will see darkness and distress;
even the light will be darkened by the clouds.

The rest of what I have to say in this issue was better said by someone else (credited at the end), who says it so well that I don’t need to reinvent the wheel:
“You have been hoodwinked by the education establishment which by intent or by accident has become the prime purveyor of the lies that make up the “party line” that keeps the truth hidden. This education has been so deeply ingrained in almost every educated human being, so that responses and views are like thick sunglasses that prevent seeing in a dimly lit room. It is only by removing those glasses that one can see what’s real, and in the process find the truth.
Because of this conditioning and training through the educational system as well as the entertainment and news media, those hiding the truth have a very powerful tool: Denial. And often they don’t have to employ it directly; like rats trained by electrical shock, you jump to attention and deny the truth when it’s presented to you. Years of conditioning with the electric shock of scorn and derision have taught you to do this. You not only do the work of hiding the truth, because of your conditioning you may even humiliate those who would bring the truth to you.
This conditioning has filtered through the educational system for centuries, so that today’s scientists, doctors, and historians are likewise victims to it. As I will document in this book, when confronted with the truth of history, artifacts, or fossils, they have learned to shut out the facts from their minds through their educational conditioning.
Or if that truth is too strong to ignore, then they may hide it from site and attempt to forget. Because if they do not, they will quickly become the object of scorn and derision from their peers, with a quick trip to unemployment as one of the “kooks” or “nut cases” that are today full of similar men who attempted to have an open mind and register their second thoughts or reservations about the dogma of lies which they had been taught.
Thus denial is the first tool trotted out. It is the typical “educated response” when a researcher, newsman, or scientist is presented with anomalous evidence and findings that don’t fit neatly into the category of "containment." And likewise today’s academia is comprised of individuals living in intellectual boxes of dishonesty.

As Henry Ford, the automotive genius of the last century so aptly put it, "History is more or less bunk."
The Romanian–born French philosopher E. M. Cioran put it even more bluntly when he wrote, “History is nothing but a procession of false absolutes, a series of temples raised to pretexts, a degradation of the mind before the improbable.”

past civilizations were not the primitive collectives they’ve been portrayed as being in textbooks and Hollywood. They were truly amazing, yes, even breath-taking. Because far from being the crude cultures they have been pictured as being, they held technology not only equal to today’s, in many respects they were advanced beyond modern day technology, often to the point that they defy “modern man’s” imagination in how they achieved their more remarkable accomplishments.
Modern historians, of course, play a game of deny, deny, deny, coming up with explanations for these accomplishments that are nearly as amazing as the artifacts they try to explain away. As you will see, the explanations and dismissals are full of holes. For there is truth to the many stories that are now denied. What you have been taught to scoff at and dismiss as myth more often than not may be truth.
This is not that hard to prove, either.
By simply looking at the ruins of the past, a person quickly discovers that the ancients constructed architecture that was so accurately positioned to "stellar and planetary coordinates" that only recently has modern science and computer technology been able to fathom the relevance of such positioning. (Indeed, some ancient constructions appear to have positioning that modern science does not yet understand.)
How the ancients were able to gain such knowledge with crude tools and the marginal math today’s archeologists claim they had is impossible to explain. When not ignoring and denying, today’s "modern sciences" develop very pathetic explanations and theories. Yet these remain as “facts” because those scientists and researchers seldom dare to suggest otherwise, less they find their careers at an end.
Perhaps the most startling thing about the ancient wisdom and understanding which you’ll be looking at is that the calculations and knowledge behind them was, as is the case today, dependent on computers for such computations. Instead, it seems entirely possible (indeed probably since instrumentation that would permit such calculations has never been found) the work was done in the heads of those creating the monuments and machinery.
The conventional view of ancient peoples is that they are dumb brutes. And the farther back in time you go, the dumber they must be for the simple “reason” that human kind is supposed to be evolving into a better, wiser beast. Yet as you’ll see, the exact opposite may have taken place. Because hidden in the truth is the fact that giants not only existed, they most likely ruled and controlled lesser men due to both their physical as well as their mental superiority.
Think about this: The skeletal remains of individuals up to 36 feet in height doesn’t mean that giants were simply big. It also means that they were also smarter. Because with skulls (of which there are examples from South America and elsewhere) with three to six times the cranial mass of modern day humans, those ancient beings must have had mental abilities that would make Einstein seem retarded by comparison.
However, ancient people and giants aren’t the only ones who created the artifacts and monuments of the past. Because, there is conclusive evidence that many of these ancient artifacts were most likely made by non-human technology and hands.
Of course such things don’t fit neatly into modern thinking that today’s culture is the pinnacle of mental prowess, or that today’s technologies are superior to those of the past. Thus they are denied and those who consider such possibilities quickly laughed out of the hall in which they present their facts.
Yet the truth remains: Those legends, myths, and oral traditions may not be so far fetched as you have been taught, and even would prefer to think. In fact they may have at least nuggets of truth in them. That truth points back to a period of time in the dateless past when great civilizations flourished with scientific and engineering achievements (which still challenge modern intellects) were the norm.
I don’t want you to just take my word on this — it is, after all, a hard pill to swallow, especially after the propaganda you have been fed from the popular media as well as the “facts” found in almost any science or historic textbook. Instead I simply want you to read this book with an open mind. Do that, and I will provide you with enough evidence and background findings so as to challenge the official "scientific party line" and give you a set of mind-boggling exclamation points in place of question marks you have when approaching these with only the conventional party line.
Grant me this, and then in the next chapters I promise I’ll give you the answers to history’s puzzles instead of the denial and fabrications that you have heard from your youth until you began reading this (and which you’ll continue to hear — but be able to recognize for the lies they are).
Now… It’s time to commence the journey that will lead to this amazing revelation of the truth. (Adapted from Steve Quayle’s Genesis 6 Giants)”

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Robots wait tables at new restaurant | Orange UK
Report on 'gays' in military rigged
Last-minute Democratic treachery
WND.com - Video - Somebody's turban's in a tizzy
Government immorality
Downwardly mobile … with class
Why do the poor stay poor?
Life in prison without a judge
Poster children for birth control
No confirmation for lame-duck judges!
HAVING A LARGE FAMILY IS A CRIME! - Judie Brown's Straight Talk on Life
Parents should be free to take pictures of their children's nativity play | Mail Online
Breastfeeding a six-year-old in tandem with a newborn - horrifying or a loving bond? | Mail Online
Final blow to advocates who hoped to overturn ban on 'gays' serving openly in military
Ally dismayed U.S. nuclear policies could harm deterence of aggressors
Franken benefactor slams WND report as 'horse pucky'
College slammed for censoring class on Islam
House sends DREAM Act to Senate - Scott Wong - POLITICO.com

Prediction: “Major UFO display over Moscow” on January 2011 - Dateline Zero
Universal Subtitles: add subtitles to any video on the web - Dateline Zero
Universal Subtitles - Free and open tools for creating captions, subtitles, and translations for video.
Russia has ‘more occult healers than doctors’ - Dateline Zero
Science Tarot - Dateline Zero
Your Web Surfing History Is Accessible (Without Your Permission) Via JavaScript - Dateline Zero
Freezing temps cross the Atlantic, from Britain to Florida - Dateline Zero
Lieberman: New York Times may be investigated for espionage - Dateline Zero
The Government’s War on the Unexpected - Dateline Zero
TSA agent confiscates nail clippers; lets assault rifles, pistols, and machine guns pass - Dateline Zero
Lieberman: New York Times may be investigated for espionage - Boing Boing
Menstruating woman subjected to TSA grope because panty-liner obscured her vulva on pornoscanner - Boing Boing
New ‘Great Lakes Ghost Research and Investigation’ Arrives in Indiana - Dateline Zero

Mexican evangelical drug boss killed in raid | World | Reuters
New rifles give Army snipers in Afghanistan needed range - USATODAY.com
South Korea's autonomous robot gun turrets: deadly from kilometers away
Christmas carols silenced in SIU bell tower - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff
Payout for anti-gay preacher Anthony Rollins: Landmark ruling in free speech battle | Mail Online
Elizabeth Smart says she is thrilled after guilty verdict - USATODAY.com
Palin to Haiti with evangelist - Andy Barr - POLITICO.com
Winners accept prizes in Nobel week climax - The Local
Sleep Cherry-picks Memories, Boosts Cleverness
Research Study Finds The Sight of Meat Calms Men Down - Los Angeles Restaurants and Dining - Squid Ink
More Sex May Help Neurotic Newlyweds - US News and World Report
Middle East: Drought Brings Prayers For Rain From All Three Major Religions | World News | Sky News
EU ends Czech practice of making 'gay' asylum seekers watch porn to see if aroused | Mail Online
WikiLeaks: Cuba to be insolvent within 2-3 years
Droughts and Violence: Deep-Seated Corruption in Kenya a Cause for US Concern - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - International
NBC33 See it, Shoot it, Share it: Crazy hunting pic | NBC 33 TV - WVLA
Workmen discover body of huge gladiator who was 'stabbed six times and thrown out with the rubbish' | Mail Online
Archaeologist says ancient Americans practiced cannibalism
NBA Star Manu Ginobili In Possible UFO Encounter -- Caught on Tape | TMZ.com
Does C.S. Lewis' Christian message come through in 'Dawn Treader'?
FCC to 'test' whether talk hosts are worthy?
John Lennon's last interview: 'I'm not interested in being a dead hero' | Mail Online
Aretha Franklin is battling pancreatic cancer | Mail Online
Jaguar defeats caiman in battle of predators - Telegraph
FoxNews.com - South African Kayaker Presumed Dead After Crocodile Attack
U.S. Tax Vote May Be Too Late to Cut Social Security Levy Jan. 1 - Bloomberg
Push for tax reform grows, but politics will still be tough - Dec. 10, 2010
Working past 65: Boomers face job challenges in senior years - USATODAY.com
Bonus rage returns - Street Sweep: Fortune's Wall Street Blog
Executives keep health perks while workers' benefits are cut - USATODAY.com
Gas prices on track for unseasonable spike - USATODAY.com
California mortgage modifiers disclose bankruptcy court filings - Sacramento Business, Housing Market News | Sacramento Bee
Ex-Goldman Programmer Guilty of Stealing Software Secrets - Bloomberg
Netherlands Says Teenager Admits to Hacking Sites in Support of WikiLeaks - Bloomberg
Investment with Strings Attached: Cables Reveal Resentment at Chinese Influence in Africa - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - International
Gift cards that smell, light up and talk back - Target's Bear Hug Finger Puppet (1) - CNNMoney.com
Green toys are red-hot this holiday season - Business - Going Green - msnbc.com
Dylan’s ‘Times They Are A-Changin” Fetches $422,500 - Bloomberg
Custer flag could go for $5 million - USATODAY.com
Online free speech doesn't exist
Michigan Burger King customer's death ruled homicide - USATODAY.com
WikiLeaks sparks revolution
Random acts of evil
'Lord of the Rings' – the incognito hero
The Pearcey Report
Tax-Cut Deal: Sympathy for the President
Pajamas Media » Help Me Bubba-Wan, You’re My Only Hope (Video Added)
Creators of 'Fireproof' announce new film on fatherhood
McInerny: Congress will review Lakin case
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Bernie Madoff's son, Mark, kills self - NYPOST.com
Washington responds to Iranian-Venezuelan missile link
U.S. flight crew held by foreign authorities for 'insulting' Chavez
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange 'to be charged with spying by the US' | Mail Online
Prosecuting WikiLeaks' Assange could be 'difficult' case - Computerworld
YouTube - Ron Paul : Lying is Not Patriotic
Who is Jonathan Kay?
College told to halt Islam-induced speech limits
More states enter debate on sharia law - USATODAY.com
Hundreds of years of Jewish, Christian tradition wrong?
Community outraged at school's suspension threat
Bill's Back: Clinton commands stage at White House - Yahoo! Finance
The dirtiest word in politics: Has Barack Obama been caught triangulating? - John F. Harris and Ben Smith - POLITICO.com
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Copyright troll Righthaven sues for control of Drudge Report domain
Copyright Troll Righthaven's Number One Supporter Caught Putting Infringing Material On His Own Blog | Techdirt
You won't believe what you paid for GM bailout
Fed feels earthquake? Ron Paul to have oversight
Ron Paul Says He Won't Push for End to Fed `Up Front' as House Panel Head - Bloomberg
Most Americans Say They’re Worse Off Under Obama, Poll Shows - Bloomberg
KUSI News Weather Sports San Diego - Judge rules against Miller in Alaska Senate race
New Minnesota guv asks Soros for help
'Don't ask' repeal won't die - Josh Gerstein and Jen DiMascio - POLITICO.com
With Democratic gains in state Senate, Maryland poised to approve same-sex marriage
Chu in Cancun: US Energy Secretary Plays Climate Activist - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - International
U.S. climate cash pledge in doubt - Darren Samuelsohn - POLITICO.com
Authorities reject 'Heatballs' attempt to skirt EU light bulb ban - The Local
Netflix's Move From DVDs To Streaming Shows The Massive Value Of First Sale Doctrine | Techdirt


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