Rebellion is of a fabric...

The seers will be ashamed And the diviners will be embarrassed. Indeed, they will all cover their mouths Because there is no answer from God. (Micah 3:7)

We keep saying rebellion is of a fabric. Rebellion against God's Order of Creation is inextricably bound, as apples to the apple tree, to rebellion against God the Father Almighty. For different reasons, egalitarians and complementarians alike deny it, but time is exposing their shared deception.

The man who rebels against God's creation of Adam first, then Eve, is defying God just as the man who denies God made Eve, not Steve, for Adam is defying God. Which is to say this has never been a collegial debate over kephale or authentein...

It's a battle to death over the authority of God the Father Almighty, Maker of Heaven and Earth Who made Adam a helper and called them both to be fruitful and to multiply sons and daughters who would bear His Image.

If adulterers and the greedy and fornicators and sodomites and lovers of wine won't inherit the Kingdom of God, neither will revilers or egalitarians. Not those who practice the rebellion, and certainly not those who teach and preach it. The thing is a life and death struggle and those who fight as if nothing much is at stake are blind to the nature of the enemy, aiding and abetting him in his destruction of souls.

So here's an article to open their eyes. Denver Seminary under the presidency of the late Vernon Grounds was an early-adopter of the feminist heresy within institutional Evangelicalism. Once exotic breaking-new-ground stuff, the rebellion has long since been consolidated there and is bearing its rotten fruit.

As you read, don't think how bad Denver Seminary is; that would be the wrong lesson. Rather, think of how inevitable this fruit is among feminists and that this is the Babylonian Captivity of our Evangelical brothers and sisters, sons and daughters, across these United States.

Their prophets prophesy lies and their people love it that way. But what will they do in the end?

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Just to make sure I understand what you are saying, are you saying that those who hold to complementarianism are in active rebellion against God and therefore will not inherit the Kingdom of God?

>>are you saying that those who hold to complementarianism are in active rebellion against God and therefore will not inherit the Kingdom of God?

Here's what I wrote: "Rebellion against God's Order of Creation is inextricably bound... to rebellion against God the Father Almighty (and) egalitarians and complementarians alike deny it."

Is that not clear? I said nothing even close to what you write.

But concerning those who rebel and promote their rebellion, yes. As God's Word says, “For rebellion is as the sin of divination, And insubordination is as iniquity and idolatry. Because you have rejected the word of the LORD, He has also rejected you from being king" (1 Samuel 15:23).

To deny the wickedness and destructiveness of an error is not the same as to practice and promote that error.

Love,

I'm sorry to ask the question. I wasn't sure how to understand your words.

You say "If adulterers and the greedy and fornicators and sodomites and lovers of wine won't inherit the Kingdom of God, neither will revilers or egalitarians."

and "Rebellion against God's Order of Creation is inextricably bound, as apples to the apple tree, to rebellion against God the Father Almighty. For different reasons, egalitarians and complementarians alike deny it, but time is exposing their shared deception."

From this it seems to be that you are saying that egalitarians and complementarians have a shared deception and that egalitarians will not inherit the Kingdom of God. So, my question was an honest one, I think. Do you believe that complementarians will also not inherit the Kingdom of God?

If I have misunderstood, please forgive me. I asked only so that I could be sure I understood you.

Rebellion against God's Order of Creation is inextricably bound... to rebellion against God the Father Almighty. For different reasons, egalitarians and complementarians alike deny the two are necessarily bound together. But complementarians do not practice or teach or promote egalitarianism's rebellion. So the answer to your question is "no."

Love,

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