Destruction through a series of compromises: A look at the Hegelian Dialectic

Genesis 3:1 Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made.

Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

"Destruction through a series of compromises" (our name for the Hegelian dialectic) is a game that certain sectors play--but the little people do not know it. Let's take a look at the Hegelian dialectic game; there are only three little elements to know. (This article may be somewhat of an oversimplification but gets the basic points across.)

Hegelian dialectic includes the--

  1. Thesis
  2. Antithesis
  3. Synthesis

Let's define the terms for the game--

  1. Thesis: what the people believe in. Anything, anything at all that they believe in.
  2. Antithesis: something that the people do not believe in. The opposite of what they believe in.
  3. Synthesis: occurs when the thesis reaches a compromise with the anthithesis. This always results in the thesis being weakened. The people always lose.

But the game is not over. The "synthesis" they just reached is now the new thesis and the game starts all over again. The thesis gets weaker and weaker. It does not seem to take long for the thesis to be changed and transformed to a state past recognition.

Once one knows about this tactic, it is easy to see it. Maybe it is possible for a person to ignorantly use the Hegelian dialectic, but from what I read, there are those who know exactly what they are doing. The following is a simple example of the Hegelian dialectic. Let's say that a prominent person gives a speech in which the following elements are found--

Thesis: We reverence the U.S. Constitution and the legal traditions of the United States. U.S. court decisions should only be based on the laws of the United States.

Antithesis: Some U.S. judges are interpreting the U.S. Constitution based on the laws of other nations.

Synthesis: U.S. politicians can enact laws based on foreign laws and then the U.S. court can interpret the Constitution based on those policies.

In the above example, the net result (after the synthesis is achieved) is that the Constitution will be flouted and insulted by the very people who are supposed to uphold it. This opens the door for unlimited irregularities, abuses, oppressions, and tyrants like an "Adolf Hitler United States of America dictator".

In order for the Hegelian dialectic talking trick to work, people must be willing to compromise their beliefs. Many of us are ready to compromise on many things--what color tablecloth to put on the table, how many trees to plant, etc.

But there is one thing that cannot be compromised--
that is the word of God.

...the scripture cannot be broken... John 10:35

The word of God (the Authorized Version of 1611 of the Bible) is lock solid and indestructible. To step off of God's word is like stepping off of a cliff. Whoever does this will not win, he will destroy himself. There is no real contest between the word of God and the word of any other entity (whether it be spirit or man). The longsuffering of God permits the current grievous situation (his people are still being saved and made white), but it will not always be. No blasphemer will prevail and neither will devil though he rage and roar at this time.

...the scripture cannot be broken... John 10:35

The word of God is his, and it literally cannot be broken--in actuality, it does the breaking (that is why there is such a war against the Bible to remove it from the public discourse, people do not not want to be broken and repentant and right before God, they want to do all the sins they feel like doing. There is no safety in numbers. Though hand join in hand, the wicked will not go unpunished.).

It is God who hath made us, and not we ourselves. His word is the law and the basis for knowing what is right and what is wrong. There is nothing else with which to compare it. Anything opposing it does not come from him.

...the scripture cannot be broken... John 10:35

The Hegelian dialectic could never work to change the beliefs of those that cleave to God's word. "Antithesis" to God's people may as well be called "antichrist".

The last days are upon us and the scriptures must be fulfilled. As the devil is making his last stand, he is deceiving those that receive not the love of the truth. People's hearts are being hardened through the deceitfulness of their sins and they are being sent strong delusion that they should believe a lie. Many, many people are being deceived by the words of men, just mere words spoken with a straight face as if the speaker really believes in what he or she is saying (at this point some do believe what they are saying because they have been brainwashed (by the television, school system, etc.) and influenced by evil spirits--but a cursory look at the right history will reveal that there are people who have purposely cultivated word games like the Hegelian dialectic in order to destroy the current order and render up "happy slaves" that actually do the bidding of the hidden master(s). The "happy slaves" have a trigger hair response to all righteousness--they really believe what they are told and are ready to defend it at the slightest detection of a different belief.).


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