7 Deadly Worldviews That Threaten Christianity


Every man is a damn fool for at least five minutes every day; wisdom consists in not exceeding the limit.
― Elbert Hubbard

Dear friends, I know you  have been wondering what these worldviews are, wonder no more, because Don McCullen has the answers.

If you are Gnostic, which, wait for it is

he rejection of God’s Word as not sufficient for us to know our true purpose or for life to have its ultimate meaning

it is important to remember though, that Gnosticism is

a prominent heretical movement of the 2nd-century Christian Church, partly of pre-Christian origin. Gnostic doctrine taught that the world was created and ruled by a lesser divinity, the demiurge, and that Christ was an emissary of the remote supreme divine being, esoteric knowledge (gnosis) of whom enabled the redemption of the human spirit.

The second worldview is rather confusing. Don calls it legalism but in all of it he is blaming Eve. He writes

This too comes from the Garden. While Gnosticism comes from the Devil, you can blame Eve for laying the ground work for legalism

You would think Don would have no problems with Dualism since it allows him to have a soul separate from body, but no. He tells us

 Overall Dualism views good and evil as part of the same framework, and not as separate concepts.

We need not say anything on his 4th worldview. Darwinism is well covered by The Sensuous Curmudgeon.

If you are a pragmatist, your worldview is a threat to Christianity. You wanna know why?

Pragmatism is “the first-born child of child of Darwinism.” It conflates situational ethics with situational shrewdness.

And how does pragmatism do this?

It allows people to change from what is truth and absolute to a truth they feel is right for themselves.

If ever you have the idea to combine two systems to come up with a better one or a different one, you are a threat to Christianity. Don tells us

However, Christians should never embrace syncretism as a way to get along. Syncretism is basically your “Co-exist” motto (with all of the religious symbols). Truth of the matter is that syncretism is at the heart of the matter, the very essence of intolerance while claiming to be otherwise.

And finally, all you secular humanists, we knew you wouldn’t be spared. So what does he say SH is,

A belief system that rejects virtually every single principle of God’s Word.

He tells us

 Secular humanism truly does bring the worst out of human beings, but yet they claim to be good

and why should this worry us? Well secular humanism will lead to collapse of society and when that happens, wait for it,

Right now, that big threat that will take over a society once Secular Humanism does it damage is Islam.

I don’t know about you, but I find this

That being large and centralized government. It has to be for them, but the problem with big government, it loves to impose itself on the infidels that oppose it, especially Christians.

quite confusing. In the US of A, the evangelicals are trying to take over government. I mean, Pence and his supporters believe he is there because that is what god wants. Methinks Don should choose a struggle.

But there is a solution to all these worldviews. Don suggests

If your able to take out a subscription to CRTV.com, please do it so that you can watch these seven programs. The audio podcasts are free but it is very important to watch and listen to both versions for they complement each other. It is not impossible go with one form without the other however.

And if you are a christian

Now more than ever, we need to move forward with our faith and be bold about it.

How will we you do this?

we really need to understand the Christian faith and show our neighbor that Christianity just does not work for certain people nor should it. It is a way of life, a way that promotes life and gives life not only in this world but the world to come.

Well, as for me and myself, we tell Don, get a life.

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About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

33 thoughts on “7 Deadly Worldviews That Threaten Christianity

  1. Arkenaten says:

    John once asked me, ”Where do you find these people”.
    I think your Weirdo Radar is more finely tuned than mine ever will be!

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  2. john zande says:

    Secular humanism truly does bring the worst out of human beings, but yet they claim to be good

    What. On. Earth. Is. This. Nonsense.

    Of course, he’s right. Organised, peaceful, lawful societies that direct their attention to solving problems in the here and now by using reason and science are a horrid offense to all human sensibilities.

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  3. shelldigger says:

    Oh how sweet, a militant x-ian. We have one of those as a vice president. (Thanks for the mention)

    This guy sounds like a frothing at the mouth Baptist preacher. Or an Alex Jones type (not much difference between the two)

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  4. foolsmusings says:

    I suspect that if by ‘secular humanism bringing out the worst’ he means ending racism, and nationalism then I guess he’s right.

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  5. “Secular humanism truly does bring the worst out of human beings, but yet they claim to be good”. He may be referring to my eating of christian children here. I didn’t start that til secular humanism gave me license to. Some consider this a bad thing. Some, but not those who’ve had my fried christian kid pie! Yummy, yum, yum, yum!

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    • shelldigger says:

      Send me some of that pie. Never met a pie I didn’t like. Except anything meringue. That stuff is terrible. (having a weird egg allergy doesn’t help. If I eat meringue it makes my mouth and throat itch and the tongue swells a little. I can eat cooked eggs all day long, but if they are raw, and meringue is raw egg whites whipped into a froth, I get the symptoms)

      So fried x-ian kid pie with no meringue!

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    • basenjibrian says:

      Aren’t you just copying The Jews, though? After all, they are the original Jesus Juvenile Gourmets?

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    • makagutu says:

      I think you served bbq that wasn’t well made. That’s where the whole problem is

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  6. renudepride says:

    I’m with you, my Kenyan brother! Not only should he get a life, but he should re-examine his own, especially his beliefs! Naked hugs!

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  7. I think Elbert Hubbard might have seen Don McCullen as exceeding the daily “damn fool” limit by about 24 hours.

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  8. basenjibrian says:

    None of this even made ANY SENSE> It’s just a stringing together of vaguely defined terms describing groups he vaguely dislikes. The “COEXIST” bumper stickers he sees as so heinous (I somewhat agree for the opposite reason) are pretty mild. Is he proposing Saudi-style Religious Police to stone the drivers?

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  9. Ron says:

    From The Christian Post’s About CP page:

    As a pan-denominational Christian media source, The Christian Post views all Christ-centered denominations as equal constituents of the body of Christ and does not promote or demote any Christ-centered denomination and/or congregation.

    Oh dear! It appears they’ve wholeheartedly embraced the pragmatic and the syncretic worldviews that threaten Christianity. And all those Google ads for boots and dresses have turned their “Father’s house” into a market. Baby Jesus weeps.

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  10. basenjibrian says:

    I am astounded at the castles of fantasy that the religious spin. Just take a moment and read a little bit about Kabbalah on The Wikipedia. Amazing, fascinating stuff…transcends anything Phillip K Dick ever wrote!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qliphoth

    It is all made up, but they construct arcane systems based on belief that one cannot “know God” (as some our commenters note) without answering the fundamental question: how can YOU then claim to know anything?

    Amazing 🙂

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