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Dark Freedom: The Rise of Western Lawlessness

by C. W. Steinle

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Dark Freedom unearths the prepared ground for the appearance of the Son of Perdition, the lawless one as predicted by Jesus Christ and Revelations of John. Christian philosopher C.W. Steinle studied 3 millennia of philosophers, church and secular history and all kinds of thinkers, both within and outside the Church. Rooted in ancient Greek philosophers such as Plato and Socrates is dualism and a search for a proper way to govern a city, region or land. Much of it found its way into church teachings, laws and governance structure. Steinle shows the devaluation of the papal office throughout time, the way Reformation preachers like Jan Hus, Martin Luther, Zwingli, tried to counter this movement.
Humanism, Enlightenment up to modern relativism, seeker-friendly services in which 'law' has been replaced by 'grace only' all influence the way Christians look at abiding to the laws of God and stay holy. Church fathers, divine rights of kings, and removing the Judeo-Christian roots from U.S. constitutions and laws are unmasked in Dark Freedom. The freedom, peace and laws God gave to us are meant to practice every day. Hours and hours of valuable insights! ( )
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Dark Freedom exposes the mystery of lawlessness that was already working in the ancient world of St. Paul and is working today to destroy Christianity. Ancient Greek philosophers called on the Divine Mind of Jupiter and the Ptolemaic cosmos for wisdom - the same principalities and spiritual forces of wickedness behind the mystery of lawlessness. These celestial voices were revived by the Humanists during the Renaissance and the Enlightenment. As America drifts unwittingly into the murky waters of relativism, the Pilgrims' faith is in danger of shipwreck. The enemies of the Church are not flesh and blood, rather, they are the ideologies imparted by the pagan gods of ancient philosophy. Overcome the strong delusion by understanding the spiritual systems behind the mystery of lawlessness. Dark Freedom is an unforgettable journey of the mind spanning time and nations - includes 11 illustrations and more than 150 supporting references.

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