TRPR 23-05-2018 – Coach Dave Daubenmire.

Coach Dave Daubenmire has a bit of a reputation for uncompromisingly straight talking. Not only when talking to unbelievers, but also when challenging the church about its lack of action. “he said we are to be the salt of the earth, not the sugar!” and “Hey Andrew, are you injured, or mealy hurt?”

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The Red Pill Report episode XX.

Welcome and thanks for listening.

Introduction

Welcome to The Red Pill Report

Thanks for listening and a brief explanation of who and what The Red Pill Report is.

Coach Dave Daubenmire.

Interview with Coach Dave Daubenmire.

Dave Daubenmire is a man who knows how to coach. He is a veteran 35-year high school (American) football coach.

After being spurred to action when attacked and eventually sued by the American Civil Liberties Union, (ACLU), (A anti-god campaigning organisation),  in the late 1990’s for mixing prayer with his coaching.

As a result of the experience, Coach heard the call to move out of coaching a high school team, to the job of coaching God’s team. PASS THE SALT was formed to encourage the Body of Christ to step into the cultural war. “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood…”

Pass The Salt Ministry

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TRPR 42 – The church and the world go crazy

The church and the world go crazy… or crazier. This week Andrew tries a more informal chat through some of this weeks news.

Show notes

The Red Pill Report episode 42.

Welcome and thanks for listening.

Introduction

Welcome to The Red Pill Report

Thanks for listening and a brief explanation of who and what The Red Pill Report is.

News

Poland to phase out Sunday shopping by 2020

Saudi Arabia king to step down and hand over the crown to his 32-year-old son

Carbon Taxes Increase Global CO2 Emissions. Period.

What is Grave Sucking?

 

Church of Sweden to stop clergy calling God ‘he’ or ‘the Lord’

Sexual health body backs no-limits abortion

Scot Gov: ‘Teach toddlers about sex consent’

I don’t call girls ‘girls’

Pledge to boost mental health support in schools

Blasphemous ‘gaytivity’ set uses two Josephs

Teenage boys who believe they are female ‘are able to share showers, changing rooms and toilets with girls on Girlguiding camping trips’

Sex robot craze sparks rise of ‘digisexuals’ where randy men will ONLY sleep with dolls, experts warn

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Don’t blame Cadbury’s, blame the Church!

One of The Sun newspapers headlines yesterday was, “EASTER WHITEWASH Cadbury’s and Nestle slammed by shoppers for removing word Easter from their chocolate eggs!”

TheSun.co.uk,10th April 2017

[Just for now, let’s leave aside the fact that, Easter, eggs, bunnies etc. are all to do with pagan fertility beliefs and nothing to do with The death or resurrection of Jesus Christ.]

Where is the shock in this? Pagan or atheist run businesses have little or no loyalty to the Christian foundations of the holidays that they seek to make money from. Do we not see this throughout history from, the moneychangers in the temple, up to modern-day Greedmass, that the shops celebrate from around October to December every year.

BBC Resurrection Story Survey.

ComRes, (Communicate Research Ltd), surveyed 2,010 British adults by telephone, between 2 and 12 February 2017. The research was commissioned by BBC local radio for Palm Sunday.

The survey suggested:

Of all people surveyed:

  • 50% did not believe in the resurrection at all.
  • 46% believe in some form of life after death
  • 46% do not believe in life after death
  • 17% of all people believe the Bible version or the resurrection of Jesus, word-for-word.

Of those who are non-religious:

  • 20% believe in some form of life after death.
  • 9% believe in the Resurrection of Jesus.
  • 1% of whom say they believe the resurrection of Jesus literally.

Of the Christians:

  • 31% believe word-for-word the Bible version of the resurrection of Jesus.
  • 57% among “active” Christians (those who go to a religious service at least once a month), believe word-for-word the Bible version of the resurrection of Jesus.
  • 25% do not believe in the resurrection of Jesus
  • 31% said they did not believe in life after death.

The non-believers… what more could you have expected.

But the church has a big problem. We have so poorly misrepresented what a Christian is that only one-third of the people who think they are Christians believe the Bible. That is, believe that it is the inerrant word of God, otherwise, they would believe the resurrection account word-for-word.

Two-thirds of the population that think they are Christians do not believe in life after death. So what are they hoping for?

If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable. (1 Corinthians 15:19)

They would be better living by “… Let us eat and drink; for tomorrow we shall die.” (Isaiah 22:13), if they truly believe that there is not life hereafter.

How did Britain get this way?

I can not answer this with any degree of certainty, but there is probably a combination of factors.

It appears that a GREAT section of the church in England, if not the majority of the church, have lost direction. (And that is about as polite as I can put it.)

Much of the church is taken up with; being relevant, not being judgmental, seeking the best in everyone, etc. We are no longer, or rather some of the church is no longer salt and light, no longer prepared to proclaim the whole Bible truth, the nice and the hard to hear, but rather they are blind guides.

“Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.” (Matthew 15:14)

If you add to this the liberal media’s portrayal of Christianity and the removal of any form of real Christian teaching from school… leave to brew for around 50 years and you have a nation that has no understanding of what a true Christians is or what the Bible actually teaches.