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Divorcing the Name from the Message...

More on the Subversion of Christianity....

~written from the common sense perspective of The Winds of the Soul~

by Dr. Gregory C.D. Young, Ph.D.(Oxon.)

 
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It has always interested me that when Jesus Christ walked this world as a man, He never drew attention to himself, nor made himself the object of fame and importance in the eyes of others around Him.

It has always interested me that when Jesus Christ walked this world as a man, He never drew attention to himself, nor made himself the object of fame or importance in the eyes of others around Him.  Even when spreading the Message of His Father known proverbially as the Gospel, He never set himself up as the icon of the "movement," though paradoxically admitting only to a select few that He was indeed the Christ, without whom there would be no Gospel, as it is written:

{Matthew 16:20} "Then charged he his disciples that they should tell no man that he was Jesus the Christ."

Moreover, whenever He healed those around Him, He generally instructed those involved to not broadcast or publicize who it was that did the healing, stating on multiple occasions instead:

 {Matthew 8:4}  "...See thou tell no man; but go thy way, shew thyself to the priest, and offer the gift that Moses commanded, for a testimony unto them."

{Mark 7:36}  "And he charged them that they should tell no man: but the more he charged them, so much the more a great deal they published it..."

{Luke 8:56}  "And her parents were astonished: but he charged them that they should tell no man what was done..."

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Instead of setting Himself up as the figure of importance and the focus of the mission, He instead directed men to repent and come unto Him as a little child, and thus enter the Kingdom of Heaven.  He strove to set the priority on the process of becoming born again to the realities of His Spirit, to "Goodness" itself, not the excellence of His Character, which was nonetheless, "Excellent."  He meant to direct men to look within themselves to find the Kingdom of Heaven, to become "perfect" and perfectly Good, as was He and His Father, not to be kept outside and applaud the King.   

Why did He take such care in keeping who He was a secret to some, never making open claim to who He was until later, and then only to a few? 

It is certain that He deflected any praise for Himself by redirecting men to His Father.  But was this just modesty concerning His Divinity and Message?  For He certainly had no reservation in speaking about His Father's Message (and He did this with a magnificent obsession), just about who He was. 

Some would rightly argue that it was His Father's Glory that interested Him and not His own that made him humble and sought the privacy that He did.  Others have plausibly reasoned that perhaps in making reference to Himself more openly, such publicity may have worked to undermine the accomplishment of His Mission in securing the Atonement for all mankind, and hence His personal reasons for avoiding celebrity. 

Yet these explanations by themselves still don't fully explain why He took such special care in keeping His true identity and powers of Heaven secret, or at least away from the prying eyes of men.  I think there was another reason.....

I prefer to believe that instead of drawing attention to Himself, which in the end would prove to betray Him and His Message, He instead wished to draw attention to the realities of the Kingdom of Heaven that are within us----to the Message of Goodness first rather than its Messenger. 

Preferring to focus our attention upon the realities of redeeming our fallen natures first instead of His Eternal Perfection, He sought to direct us to the means of finding salvation through the divine teachings of His Father, about "Goodness" and the needs for us to reconciled to God, and why it is so important. 

Accordingly, because of His love for us, He kept directing and teaching us how to find the salvation of Heaven----that was why His Message was so important----not in lauding His Chosen Son-ship or setting Himself up to be admired by the fickleness of men.  His love for His Father (firstly) and of us (secondly) would never allow such vanity or the possibility of such misdirection. 

Instead of setting Himself up as the figure of importance and the focus of the mission, notwithstanding the essential importance of the Atoning sacrifice He was to make for us, He instead directed men to repent and come unto Him as a little child, and thus enter the Kingdom of Heaven. 

He strove to set the priority on the process of becoming born again to the realities of His Spirit, to "Goodness" itself, not the excellence of His Character alone, which was nonetheless, "Excellent."  He meant to direct men to look within themselves to find the Kingdom of Heaven, to become "perfect" and perfectly Good, as was He and His Father, not to be kept outside so as to applaud the King. 

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I don't wish to be too hard, but it appears to me that they have confused "His Status" (as important as that indeed is) as being the whole importance of Christianity, which it is not.  Such a thing has divorced the Man from His Message, yielding an unwieldy transformation that has resulted in His Message becoming denigrated into something that is of only secondary importance, kind of like a mystical-magical chain-letter that we are told to pass onto to untold others without discrimination, or superstitiously be handed a box of bad luck.   

Similarly, He wasn't here to become a phony cultural icon that everybody would find themselves talking about, like a pop-star preens to become today.  That degree of instant and obsequious familiarity he shunned.  He didn't want to build a fan-base and encourage us to come to His concerts, sell seats and and buy His books and other paraphernalia.  He didn't want our envy, but our sincere emulation.  He didn't come for the applause, nor to call attention to Himself, but for the work to bring His Father's children home again.   

Yet interestingly, no matter how true and commonsensical this may appear to us, specifically that Jesus is not an enduring rock star, today's religious gatherings often reveal the opposite trending. 

As ministers and preachers approach, and indeed appear to encourage, their own rising rock-star status, they seem ever more inclined to speak about the glorified personage of Jesus (their "rock star idol" and alleged mentor) without mentioning the intricacies and personal responsibilities of His Message---- almost as if they are selling a new breakthrough product on an infomercial, such as:  "Be the first on your block to get Heaven's Cleansing Power, just 19.95 a month......" 

I don't wish to be too hard, but it appears to me that they have confused "His Status" (as important as that indeed is) as being the whole importance of Christianity, which it is not.  Such a thing has divorced the Man from His Message, yielding an unwieldy transformation that has resulted in His Message becoming denigrated into something that is of only secondary importance, kind of like a mystical-magical chain-letter that we are told to pass on to untold others without discrimination, or superstitiously be handed a box of bad luck. 

The significance of the Lord's Message seems to have been forgotten, and has become diluted to a list of token statements and teachings that really miss the point as to what the Gospel is all about. 

Specifically, what's missing is the clear, no-nonsense instruction as to how to become "Good," after the order of Christ and His Father.  Namely, the deeply personal path of continual spiritual introspection that results in sincere repentance, forgiveness, and the subsequent spiritual emulation of the Goodness of His Image within us, allowing us to be born again into His Light----a path which is nonetheless often painful and sorrow-filled though eventually joyful, a path we should continually be upon and obediently practice if our journey in being a Christian is to be successful.  These realities are explored more thoroughly in the Winds of Forgiveness~Heaven's Healing Promises.

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To be sure, advertising the true personal hard work of being a Christian would not fill many churches.  As I mentioned last month, today's Christianity has been repackaged to be a quick, instantized, feel-good, hot-tub Christianity----one designed for the "modern" individual who shuns personal responsibility and accountability. 

Even though the path to repentance is indeed enabled by His Spirit and thus His Name is central to our ability of  repentance, the predominance of the Name was never meant to supplant the Message itself. It was never to be of sole importance and considered alone.  It was never to be divorced from the need to be obedient to the meaning of His Message.  When it is wrongly considered otherwise, man's very salvation hangs in the balance.  Thus, it is written:

{Matthew 7:22-23, KJV}  "22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? 23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity."  

Nevertheless, within our time, even though the Name and the Message was never to be segregated, for they are in reality one and the same, such a breach has literally taking place. And in doing so, the heart of the Gospel has been summarily darkened. 

Today, instead of the reality of the Christian path being evidenced by heartfelt change and contrition in the spiritually broken-hearted, we want things to be easy and automatic and pain-free.  We want to be cajoled and entertained. We don't want to think of this journey of Faith in God to be hard or involving large changes in our personality and life.  We seem to gravitate to anything that makes us immediately more comfortable, regardless of whether it's bad for us. 

To be sure, advertising the true personal hard work of being a Christian would not fill many churches.  Many would be turned away with the prospect of focused introspective analysis and familial labor.  As I mentioned last month, today's Christianity has been repackaged to be a quick, instantized, feel-good, hot-tub Christianity----one designed for the "modern" individual who shuns personal responsibility and accountability. 

Today's Christianity, in answer to the cultural indigence which we all experience, promises instant forgiveness and blessings to any and all that profess the "Name" of Jesus Christ.  It's as if Religion is now being dispensed through fast-food pick-up windows----any flavor you want, and today's special includes a "free" desert! 

But unfortunately such a diluted, watered-down promise attracts mostly those that want something for nothing and are generally thankless for what ever they do receive, thinking that it's owed them.... Anything offered that is "free" will get some to stand in line for hours, or for years for that matter.  And to this dynamic, the church seems now to shamelessly pander. 

It's this crass misinformed attribute of "freeness" of Salvation which is now being offered more than anything else that unbalances the equation to date.  "Freeness" sells well, and so it above all else is touted as the broad gate by which many enter.  This has become the "lost leader" of many marketing campaigns in Christian ministries. 

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All other aspects of the Gospel's sweet message have long since been pruned off the tree, pushed aside in favor of the over-simplified variety.  In particular, the seriousness of the Gospel and the power and intelligence  of Goodness has been striped away for those in the church who prefer the carnival-Hollywood-like atmosphere that it has become.  The specific means and methods of His Gospel teachings have summarily been remade in man's image.

 

The idea that this "Freeness" is only offered on condition of a sincere, heartfelt, thorough and exhaustive repentance is generally never mentioned.  Remember, it's touted as being "free" and thus no obligation to anyone is required.  Under this ruse, it's given to all who simply stand in line to receive it.  No thanks given or reason for fidelity to God and/or Goodness is needed thereafter because "once saved" you somehow can't sin anymore in this scenario of "freeness," or at least that is what is promised.  Any imposition of condition that would interfere with that "freeness" would be considered unfair, especially by those of the mindset that they are "freely" entitled. 

Hence, just mouthing the words of the Name during any emotional minute, carried away by the swell of a well orchestrated call to the alter, prompted by the dramatics in a crowd driven ripe in wanting to see a sign or a miracle, seems to suffice. 

All other aspects of the Gospel's sweet message have long since been pruned off the tree, pushed aside in favor of the over-simplified variety.  In particular, the seriousness of the Gospel and the power and intelligence  of Goodness has been striped away for those in the church who prefer the carnival-Hollywood-like atmosphere that it has become.  The specific means and methods of His Gospel teachings have summarily been remade in man's image.

Now it seems that everything has to be a staged production of sorts----entertaining before it teaches, dramatizing before personalizing, creating the frenzy and excitement of a lottery rather than the quiet respectfulness needed for the reception of the Spirit.  Moreover, such always seems to play to the lowest common denominator amongst us.

Often, when we no longer understand what it is that we should have faith in, the liberal dramatists step in to fill the gap, creating ornamentation, pomp, and ceremony----the pizzazz needed to keep the attention of the "faithless" but faithful followers.  It seem to me that the less real faith there is in evidence, the more drama that must be built into the system to compensate for the ensuing boredom and senselessness of it all.  Just like an amusement park, new and more thrill-seeking rides must be offered in order to keep the crowds returning.

This tendency to divorce the Name from the Message is not new----the same is found by those seeking to divorce "function" from "beauty."  The result is always ugly.  It's always been this way.  Take away the simple foundation of the Goodness in which His Message directs, divorce it from His Name, and everything else built around the Name alone will eventually fail.  The reality of this cogent concept was again clearly reiterated by Him at the end of His Sermon on the Mount:

{Matthew 7:24-29, KJV}  "24 Therefore whosoever heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock: 25 And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell not: for it was founded upon a rock. 26 And every one that heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them not, shall be likened unto a foolish man, which built his house upon the sand: 27 And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell: and great was the fall of it. 28 And it came to pass, when Jesus had ended these sayings, the people were astonished at his doctrine: 29 For he taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes."

This is an index of how polluted Christianity has become.  A portending and warning has been given that unless we change our ways, this nation's Christianity will become just like Europe's: a thin veneer of religion covering the heart and substance of secular humanistic liberalist society---ripe for the take over of "Eurabia's" (the anti-American/anti-Judeo-Christian axis of Europe and Arabia) new face of Islama-fascism and the last kingdom of the Anti-Christ.

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This is an index of how polluted Christianity has become.  A portending and warning has been given that unless we change our ways, this nation's Christianity will become just like Europe's: a thin veneer of religion covering the heart and substance of secular humanistic liberalist society---ripe for the take over of "Eurabia's" (the anti-American/Judeo-Christian axis of Europe and Arabia) new face of Islama-fascism" and the last kingdom of the Anti-Christ.

Segregating the Name from the Message is exactly how Europe's faith in God (the little that it has had) and its disenfranchisement with Goodness began to fail.  This uncorrected and damaging course of secularism has allowed the silent sweeping away of any of the Goodness contained and protected within its Judeo-Christian roots. 

Yet, Europe has always been more handicapped "religiously" than the America's.

As testified in an earlier time in our history (1832), the Frenchman and social philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville contrasted the new and old worlds by observing that Americans seemed wholly galvanized in life because of the Gospel whereas his European counterparts used it only as thin veil to hide behind. 

He specially stated that his fellow Europeans practiced religion from a "barren traditionary faith which seems to vegetate in the soul rather than to live."  Whereas Americans, he observed, "combine the notions of Christianity and liberty so intimately that it is impossible to make them conceive of one without the other."

He continues by noting that, "while the law permits the American to do what they please, religion prevents them conceiving, and forbids them to commit, what is rash or unjust."  (Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 2 vols., NY: Knopf, 1945.) 

Oh, if it were only true today!  What Mr.Tocqueville may have missed was the connection between Goodness (i.e. wanting to be Good, to do Good, and desiring Goodness more than anything else: i.e, the First Commandment: to worship the Lord thy God with thy whole heart, mind, and soul.) and Christianity.  To be sure, Christianity without its foundation in Goodness (i.e., without Christ), and without its tandem instructions to emulate Goodness with all our energies, is just another failed religion.

In Europe, the Message of Christ/Goodness and meaning of the Judeo-Christian's value system reinforced and made real by a continuing inner-directed-life based in the immutable teachings of God, has been assaulted and liberalized over time, secularly diminished and slowly quashed through cultural ridicule and traditional persecution. 

Subsequently, the need for sincere ongoing retrospection and repentance has been largely dismissed as needless drudgery, and eventually outdated and out of vogue.  The reality of man's fallen nature was then thought inconsequential, especially after God was cancelled out from the equation.  Man could then be promoted to be King and God in his own right, or so humanists thought, and thus be the master of his own unimpeded destiny. Goodness/Christ need not have anything to do with his narcissistic affairs thereafter.

Eventually such inane self-absorption and pride eroded the values and moral underpinnings of the very society it originally prospered, the very foundation and reason for its success being founded in God's Priorities of Goodness (i.e. the sacredness of His Commandments) becoming striped away and forgotten. 

Tenets of Christianity/Goodness became thereafter redefined as ancient archetypes of little value for the future----replaced by things originating from man's vain philosophy, things that are relative and humanistic, rather than God's wise and enduring Council. 

So, if you look closely enough, the same pattern is being played out here amongst us today.  The stage is now being set here within the America's to similarly violate the very tenets of faith in Christ/Goodness that have prospered this land for over 200 years.  And in the very wake of these misguided yet sly meanderings, we witness the orchestration of more big-budget religious productions, and the tinseled pomp and ceremony that inevitably comes with it, readily flowing into our churches in order to fill up the emptiness of faith and the impoverishments of Goodness that remains. 

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So, if you look closely enough, the same pattern is being played out here amongst us today.  The stage is now being set here within the America's to similarly violate the very tenets of faith in Christ/Goodness that have prospered this land for over 200 years.  And in the very wake of these misguided yet sly meanderings, we witness the orchestration of more big-budget religious productions, ceremony, and tinseled pomp readily flowing into our churches in order to fill up the emptiness of faith and the impoverishments of Goodness that remains.   

In the mistaken cause of "modernizing" Christianity away from the tenets of Goodness, we, like our European counterparts before us, have begun to separate the Name from the Message, making Christianity into an entertaining promotional activity alone----something easy to watch from the sofa, and pick up our phone and dial in for our "instant salvation." 

But the message has never been about the "instant," but about enduring until the end----about taking upon ourselves His Name and Message in order to be "Good," not for the moment, but for the rest of our mortal lives and then forever afterwards into the Eternities. 

To think that we could be so easily fooled into believing otherwise is scary, and suggests that we should seriously rethink how confident we really are about the "salvation" about which we profess as our own.  Unless we remain humble, penitent and watchful, ever striving to do His Goodness within our lives (i.e., live the Word), we can quickly become like the Europeans, woefully out of touch with the reality around them, and the portending political disaster that will soon befall them.

So let's not be so self-assured.... Although it's good and generally true that the personage of "Christ" is spoken about in almost everything that comes from the Christian pulpit today, that in itself should not make us comfortable and secure that all is well in Zion. 

More times than not, "American Christianity" is quietly seeking to divorce His Name from the soundness of His original Message of Goodness, seeking to turn away from the type of Christianity witnessed by Alexis de Tocqueville into a sort that Tocqueville himself would not likely recognize. 

I too note this change, in part, by the peculiarity of how often His Name is mentioned without the basic tenets of the Gospel's Goodness being spoken about and reaffirmed in tandem.  For instance, how else can we explain the wrongful practice of homosexuality, and the erroneous belief that it is a special form of Christian spirituality, now being condoned from the pulpits of some churches calling themselves Christian?  

And again, how else can we explain why a Judeo-Christian Nation has allowed God and His Commandments to be stricken from our public education, judiciary, and business?  To wit:  the Goodness that His Message defines has been erased from our awareness, separated from the meaning of the Name. 

Again, recalling Matthew 7:22-23, calling Him "Lord" does not make us the kind of "Christians" that He will recognize.  Only those knowing of and living the connection between the Message and His Name will understand this. 

Thus, the latent popularity and grandness of "His Name" now seems to be singularly and shamelessly traded upon, while the benefits in understanding the fullness of the Gospel Message and the instructions on "how to be Good," are withheld if not denigrated, especially if they directly challenge a politically correct lifestyle, cultural, or political persuasion. 

The Message of Goodness as defined by God draws the line in the sand for our benefit.  We should never allow ourselves to become otherwise distracted by the arguments of men.  Indeed, as soon as the Name is divided from the inherent meaning of His Message, the line is forever after blurred.

These are the very stumblings and misguided activities that bring about such awful misdirection----a divisive confusion that acts to make superficial His Message of Goodness, and misleads those that choose to follow a Name alone, now emptied of its meaning and disconnected from its source...., a Name that they have clearly never understood.  As it is written:

{Mark 7:6-9, KJV}   "6 He answered and said unto them, Well hath Esaias prophesied of you hypocrites, as it is written, This people honoureth me with their lips, but their heart is far from me. 7 Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men. 8 For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the washing of pots and cups: and many other such like things ye do. 9 And he said unto them, Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition."

This scenario He specifically addressed, rejected, and avoided.  Among other ways, it arises by separating the Name from the Message of Goodness itself.  And without that Spiritual anchor, rather than deriving its meaning from the emphasis of the specificities of His Father's Message and the importance of learning to treasure the unchangeable Commandments of Goodness that He condoned, the Name is cut-off from His Father's Message and is thereafter open to become redefined after the philosophy of men. 

And in this regard, the reluctance to identify Himself apart from His Message openly to men, stands in stark contrast when looking at Christianity today, wherein the "Name of Christ" glares brightly, if not garishly, in neon, while little attention is given to the meaning and strengths of Goodness that His Name should rightly portend.  In other words, though we may speak His Name, we have become removed from its true meaning and power, and thus prove unskilled as how to live His Message correctly.  Indeed, His Message is being forgotten.   

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About the Author:  Dr. Gregory C.D. Young, Ph.D.(Oxon.) is a Clinical Psychologist and Neuroscientist having been educated abroad where he completed his postgraduate studies at King’s College, the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and then graduated and received his Doctorate from the University of Oxford, Oxford, England. He has been in private clinical practice and medical research for over 25 years, being active as an author, popular radio and TV personality, public speaker, and biomedical researcher. An expert in a number of fields including Forensic/Criminal Psychology, Child and Family/Relationship Psychology, and Neuropsychology.  He is the author of The Winds of the Soul~Heaven’s First Voice To Us, as well as numerous other scholarly papers and works.

 

 

 

 

The more the fullness of the Message of the Gospel and its inherent instruction towards Goodness becomes lost, the more confused we will become as to how to correctly follow Him, and specifically the emulate the manner in which we are, too, to become "perfect" as He and His father in Heaven are "perfect."

Such a path of enlightenment starts interestingly again by (1) consciously choosing to become a little child that believes in Him, a child that is inherently aware of Goodness and the needs to always embrace same by the generosity of His Spirit because it was made in His Image, and then (2) being born again to His Spirit, and by that direction learning to (3) come unto the Father by Christ through His Forgiveness.  These three steps, enable by His Atonement and Resurrection, are indivisible events and yet are what's missing in, and what's most often not understood but trivialized, by today's churches....., which thesis is more precisely addressed within the "Winds of Forgiveness."

Another case in point regarding the continuing misunderstandings that abound when Name and Message become separated are the "Beatitudes" themselves, spoken so long ago as the opening lines to the Sermon on the Mount.... 

These wonderful passages are rarely if ever understood to be the simple and plain description of the spiritual attributes of Goodness intuitively embraced by the child of Heaven, even the children we used to be, and of whom He commands us to become again.  His Goodness cannot be revisited by any other means----or else He wouldn't have said that we must become as a child in order to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. 

Herein this sermon, He specifically lists the childlike attributes of Goodness which naturally resonate in the children made in His Image, and explains these attributes in the context of what we should strive to become. 

More importantly, He indicates that only through the arduous task of recovering the children we used to be to their rightful place within us, and thus become again a little child believing in Him and His Goodness, can these specific admonitions be correctly followed and fulfilled. Only then can we even begin to understand what it means to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. 

Most certainly, the child we need to become again, I.e., the children that we were made in His Image, have been blessed with the inherent capacity to naturally esteem His Goodness without the needs of retrofitting or redesign by our own hands.  Hence the very reason that the children we used to be need to be restored to us again, for they are God's handcrafted vessels that are given to us to rightly treasure, and have a natural intelligent affinity towards, His Goodness. 

Thus, we cannot think that we could by ourselves successfully forge some counterfeit to replace the lost children within us.  Nothing we could possibly make by ourselves could emulate this capacity to know Goodness, as the children we used to be are after the order and pattern of God's Goodness. 

Most simply, we cannot fashion the intelligence to know and become Goodness from ourselves----that capacity comes from God alone and was endowed within the children we used to be.  Our salvation (i.e., our becoming of Goodness and being thereafter qualified to inherit His Eternal Life), therefore, must, by His Design and Ingenious Intent, begin with them and those child-like attributes that He originally installed within us.   

Yet, these simple admonitions and instructions of how to be "Good," proven to us by His being the only one who rose from the dead, have never been clearly understood as being the heart of His Message of Salvation.  This simple but profound understanding has never been accepted as the means (enabled by His Atonement) to become the Vessel of His Spirit.  Instead, these things remain hidden from many who, although claim the Name, do little to honor the means to accept His Endowment, and to begin the arduous task of being made after the order of His Atoning Image, even perfect "Goodness" itself.... 

 

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