Veith - 269: I Think Therefore He Is | Clash of Minds (DVD)

Walter Veith
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In this video, Walter Veith traces the social teachings of Rome back to Greek philosophy. According to leading Roman Catholic writers, the foundation of Roman Catholic theology is natural law, not Scripture. What is natural law? How are principles that stem from rationalism different than Biblical principles which come from divine revelation? How has a mindset which is hostile to God infiltrated society and even the church? Why are our children being steered toward globalism, earth-centred beliefs, socialist values and a collective mindset?

We’re told in Hebrews 11:10 that Abraham looked for a city whose builder is God. In contrast, those who have authority to rule are looking for a city of their own making and are building a “kingdom of God” on earth. What will that coming kingdom be like? This lecture examines papal encyclicals to catch a glimpse of the shape of this earthly city. What principles will this new kingdom be based on? The buzzwords associated with it sound so noble and good. But what do terms such as “religious freedom,” “common good,” and “universal destination of goods” mean, and how will the implementation of these phrases affect God’s people?

Was Vatican II a breath of fresh air, as some have suggested? Did Vatican II change church doctrines? Is it safe for God’s people to let down their guard and participate in ecumenical activities? What can a study of the typologies of the story of Ahab and Naiboth’s vineyard teach us regarding these questions?

We are at the very culmination of history and we are witnessing the final events described in the Scriptures. Those who believe the Bible must recognize and separate from the mindset that is at enmity with God.

1 hour 45 minutes