How to: Examination of conscience - YouTube . . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x9ZxBLI1xY

1:29 If it's a woman, "I held the heresy, and error, that women should hold an equivalent, or superior place to men."  That's to say, "I held the feminism heresy."  It's a heresy that goes against the natural law.  Why?  Because it denies Genesis, where Eve was made from the rib of Adam.  So that could be a good abdjuration.

1:49 Another abdjuration that may be applied to many people, and that needs to be abdjured for their conversion, is "I abdjure having believed in evolution."  This is going to be very impacting for many people, on account that many people believe that evolution is a fact.  But, apart from it being a "theory," it's a theory that if you believe in, it literally destroys the Gospel.  It destroys all of Genesis, and it destroys any confidence that you may have in the Bible.  Evolution can be proven, from a scientific point of view, that it is a complete fake . . .

3:47 The most direct form of making a formal, general examination of conscience would be by going through each of the 10 Commandments, and anlyzing one's own life, based on the Commandments.  I imagine that every person knows what their dominant defect is, and we can discus this further on . . . like, promoting atheism . . . mortally sinful thoughts like - thoughts of vengeance, discord, pride, gluttony, thoughts against purity, blasphemy . . . a mortally sinful thought is when it gives consent to evil, "I like this!"

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Examination of Conscience - YouTube . . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3lpqD-vRGs

The Distinguishing Traits of Christian Character . . . http://www.gracegems.org/Books2/Spring.htm

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I cannot and will not recant anything, for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. Here I stand, I can do no other, so help me God. Amen. - Martin Luther, April 1521 . . . http://www.christianitytoday.com/history/2008/august/what-luther-said.html

A good conscience is a continual Christmas. - Benjamin Franklin

. . . we have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. - John Adams, October 11, 1798 . . . http://www.beliefnet.com/resourcelib/docs/115/Message_from_John_Adams_to_the_Officers_of_the_First_Brigade_1.html

I have often expressed my sentiments, that any man, conducting himself as a good citizen, and being accountable to God alone for his religious opinions, ought to be protected in worshipping the Deity according to the dictates of his own conscience. - George Washington, to the General Committee of the United Baptist Churches of Virginia, May 10, 1789

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Thomas Jefferson on Freedom of Conscience

[If a book were] very innocent, and one which might be confided to the reason of any man; not likely to be much read if let alone, but if persecuted, it will be generally read.  Every man in the United States will think it a duty to buy a copy, in vindication of his right to buy and to read what he pleases. - Thomas Jefferson to N. G. Dufief, 1814

But our rulers can have authority over such natural rights only as we have submitted to them. The rights of conscience we never submitted, we could not submit. We are answerable for them to God. - Thomas Jefferson, 1782

It behooves every man who values liberty of conscience for himself, to resist invasions of it in the case of others; or their case may, by change of circumstances, become his own. It behooves him, too, in his own case, to give no example of concession, betraying the common right of independent opinion, by answering questions of faith, which the laws have left between God and himself. - Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, 1803.

It is inconsistent with the spirit of our laws and Constitution to force tender consciences. - Thomas Jefferson, 1781

No provision in our Constitution ought to be dearer to man than that which protects the rights of conscience against the enterprises of the civil authority. - Thomas Jefferson to New London Methodist, 1809

The freedom of opinion and the reasonable maintenance of it is not a crime and ought not to occasion injury. - Thomas Jefferson, 1801

The legislative powers of government reach actions only and not opinions. - Thomas Jefferson to Danbury Baptists, 1802

The liberty of speaking and writing guards our other liberties. - Thomas Jefferson: Reply to Address, 1808

This country which has given to the world the example of physical liberty owes it that of moral emancipation also. - Thomas Jefferson, 1821

We are bound, you, I, and every one, to make common cause, even with error itself, to maintain the common right of freedom of conscience. - Thomas Jefferson to Edward Dowse, 1803.

To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical. - Thomas Jefferson, 1777

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Fornicators, adulterers, homosexuals . . . have carnal knowledge . . . the carnal mind . . . the reprobate mind
They are depraved . . . chronic liars . . . some have the "kill" mentality
Like animals, they act on impulse . . . they're no different than animals

Due to sinning against their own body, they have used up all the brain chemicals that enable one to have empathy, or sympathy.
They're no longer able to manufacture these, so now, they have the spirit of a sociopath, narcissist, or psychopath.
Money and power over others is all they have to live for.
They are incapable of higher brain functions.
They learn how to hide their wickedness.

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1 Co 6:9-11 ... 9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, 10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God. 11 And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God.

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Romans 1:24-32

24 Therefore God gave them over in the sinful desires of their hearts to sexual impurity for the degrading of their bodies with one another. 25 They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen.

26 Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones. 27 In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error.

28 Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done. 29 They have become filled with every kind of wickedness, evil, greed and depravity. They are full of envy, murder, strife, deceit and malice. They are gossips, 30 slanderers, God-haters, insolent, arrogant and boastful; they invent ways of doing evil; they disobey their parents; 31 they have no understanding, no fidelity, no love, no mercy. 32 Although they know God’s righteous decree that those who do such things deserve death, they not only continue to do these very things but also approve of those who practice them.

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Creatures of conscience vs. creatures of habit
We are not all of habit, as they think . . . we can be, and should be, creatures of conscience
Creatures of habit often end up losing their mind

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A Christian Manifesto DVD - Dr. Francis Schaeffer . . . amzn.com/B000EHN1NW

Francis Schaeffer - A Christian Manifesto (Part 1 of 3) - YouTube . . . Case Law vs. Law based on Biblical morality . . . Inalienable Rights - a right according to natural law, a right that cannot be taken away, denied, or transferred . . . http://youtu.be/6fF90CGcsyM

Francis Schaeffer - A Christian Manifesto (Part 2 of 3) - YouTube . . . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlqHVumOKB0

Francis Schaeffer - A Christian Manifesto (Part 3 of 3) - YouTube . . . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INNJtW1GpKA

Francis Schaeffer - Whatever Happened to the Human Race (Episode 1) ABORTION  . . . https://youtu.be/gCA93pLwQm0

Francis Schaeffer - Wikipedia . . . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Schaeffer

How Should We Then Live? Episode 1, The Roman Age . . . 17:10 ... In catacombs such as these here in Rome, the Christians buried their dead, and met for worship.  That it was the Christians who were able to resist the religious mixtures, syncretism, and the effects of the weaknesses of Roman culture, speaks of the strength of the Christian worldview.  This strength rested on God being an infinite, personal God, and that He had spoken in the Old Testament, the revelation through Christ, and the gradually growing New Testament - and that He had spoken in a way that people could understand.  This meant that they not only had knowledge about the universe, and mankind, which people could not find out by themselves, but they had absolute, universal values by which to live, and by which to judge the State in which they lived - and, people are unique, being made in the image of God.  There was a reason for the basic dignity, and value, of each individual . . . If they had worshipped Jesus - and Caesar - they would have gone unharmed, but they worshipped one god only, and rejected all forms of syncretism.  There was no mixture.  All other gods were seen as false gods . . . Or, we can express why they were killed in another way.  No totalitarian authority, no authoritarian state, can tolerate those who have an absolute by which to judge that State, and its actions.  The Christians had a universal standard by which to judge not only personal morals, but the State, so they were counted as the enemy of totalitarian Rome . . . Video Series by Dr. Francis Schaeffer, which looks at the world's current situation, and delves into western world history to show how we got here and where we are headed . . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0Hr0RLHxnI&index=1&list=PL966B5BE4DC18D06C

How Should We Then Live? Episode 8, Age of Fragmentation . . . 22:53 ... The Christian knows why music speaks. He knows that people are not a product of chance - that people are made in the image of God, and on this basis, it is understandable that music is music to man.  And because God has spoken in the Bible, there is not silence.  And there are certainties, concerning moral values, and human values.  And there are categories upon which to distinguish between reality and fantasy. For the people with the humanist position, this is not so. Within the humanist position, there is no base for "knowing." . . . Christianity is not romantic. The Bible is not romantic about man. Man is seen as fallen. Man is seen as rebellious against God - with all the goodness of God, and with all the knowledge he has, on one hand from the surrounding universe in its form, and the mannishness of man, and on the other hand, from the more detailed knowledge of the Bible, and the revelation in Christ. Man is a rebel, and the Christian does not romantically think that this can be just left over . . . But having said that, a Christian is not a pessimist. He's not a pessimist on two levels:  First of all, history is going some place, and a part of the Christian message is that Christ is coming back, and this is the final solution.  But every Christian who really understands the scripture also, every generation, he is waiting, and fighting, and struggling, and doing all that he can, not only to see individuals become Christians, but the culture touched by these individual Christians . . . https://vimeo.com/19900851

How Should We Then Live? Episode 7, The Age of Non Reason . . . 2:50 ... Man was born free, but everywhere, he is in chains.  He [Rousseau] demanded not just freedom from God or the Bible, but freedom from any kind of restraint. Freedom from culture, freedom from authority.  Absolute freedom for the individual, with the individual at the center of the universe. When applied to the individual, his concept led to the Bohemian ideal, where the hero was the man who fought all standards, and all values, and all restraints of society. When Rousseau applied his concept of autonomous freedom to society, his concept would not function. "Whosoever refuses to obey the general will shall be compelled to do so by the whole body." Rousseau wrote this in 1762.  This means nothing less than that he will be "forced" to be free. In other words, "tyranny."  A tyranny that carried its position to its logical conclusion in the Reign of Terror, of the French Revolution . . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygzh713TQn8&index=12&list=PLlhAhwSVx-uOEApNXP4L-jWBN3E59tscw

The Reign of Terror (5 September 1793 – 28 July 1794) . . . they were trying to instill ideals of free will and enlightened government in the public . . . Another anti-clerical uprising was also made possible by the enactment of the Revolutionary Calendar on the 24th of October. Hébert's and Chaumette's atheist movement initiated an anti-religious campaign in order to dechristianise society. The program of dechristianisation waged against Catholicism, and also eventually against all forms of Christianity, included the deportation or execution of clergymen and women; the closing of churches; the rise of cults and the institution of a civic religion; the large scale destruction of religious monuments; the outlawing of public and private worship and religious education; the forced abjuration of priests of their vows and forced marriages of the clergy; the word "saint" being removed from street names; and the War in the Vendée.[27] . . . The enactment of a law on 21 October 1793 made all suspected priests and all persons who harbored them liable to summary execution.[27] The climax was reached with the celebration of the goddess Reason in Notre Dame Cathedral on 10 November. Because dissent was now regarded as counter-revolutionary, extremist enragés such as Hébert and moderate Montagnard indulgents such as Danton were guillotined in the spring of 1794. On 7 June, Robespierre, who favored deism over Hébert's atheism, and had previously condemned the Cult of Reason, recommended that the convention acknowledge the existence of his god. On the next day, the worship of the deistic Supreme Being was inaugurated as an official aspect of the revolution. Compared with Hébert's somewhat popular festivals, this austere new religion of Virtue was received with signs of hostility by the Parisian public.[citation needed] . . . https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reign_of_Terror

Rousseau: Social Contract: Book I . . . In order then that the social compact may not be an empty formula, it tacitly includes the undertaking, which alone can give force to the rest, that whoever refuses to obey the general will shall be compelled to do so by the whole body. This means nothing less than that he will be forced to be free; for this is the condition which, by giving each citizen to his country, secures him against all personal dependence. In this lies the key to the working of the political machine; this alone legitimises civil undertakings, which, without it, would be absurd, tyrannical, and liable to the most frightful abuses. . . . http://www.constitution.org/jjr/socon_01.htm

READ THIS And Defeat The Rising One World Order And Prevent Yourself From Getting Brainwashed. We Must End The Evils Of Obama, Hillary, Soros . . . Once And For All | Walid Shoebat . . . At face value, they are told that Rousseau is a Genevan philosopher, writer, and composer of the 18th century. His political philosophy they tell us influenced the Enlightenment in France and across Europe . . . Enlightenment? Ya, sure. The 17th century philosopher Rousseau was a devil in disguise. Rousseau in his book The Social Contract was the major influence for the French Revolution – a revolt that led to the literal beheading by guillotine, tens of thousands of French Christians, who disagreed with their version of unity . . . http://shoebat.com/2016/09/04/read-this-and-defeat-the-rising-one-world-order-and-prevent-yourself-from-getting-brainwashed-we-must-end-the-evils-of-obama-hillary-soros-once-and-for-all/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+shoebat+%28Walid+Shoebat%29