Venus has emasculated the church. When I went to seminary we had no women on the faculty. There were a few female students around but not enough to share. If I bothered to go back and visit I bet I would find that they are a majority. The problem is that the feminine traits of compassion and sensitivity have taken over from the need to save sinners from going to hell. When I was young the most quoted verse was John 3:16.
(Joh 3:16 KJV) For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.Now the verse de jour is
(Mat 7:1 KJV) Judge not, that ye be not judged.One lets us know that sinners need to be saved and God loved us enough to provide a way. The other, the way it is quoted, means that we should never accuse anyone of sin. As women have taken leadership roles the men have dropped out. Of course some would say that women took leadership because the men refused, but that is just part of the same problem.
Venus has destroyed the family. Women have been sold the bill of goods that a career is the only way to find fulfillment. In pursuit of that goal they dump their kids in day care and go to work. They enjoy the extra income and since she is earning so much the man of the house feels he can kick back and relax. Often he will get to where he does not work at all. When I was in the ministry it amazed me how many pastors there were who would never dream of asking the church for a raise but had no problem with their wife going to work to subsidize what they were doing. Men are not saints. If the women will pay the bills and clean the house they are quite willing to take a nap and go hang with the guys.
It has driven the scientific method from science and made truth an aberration. The problem we are seeing with modern science is that it is based on feelings instead of facts. Global warming is a total farce and yet the fear factor destroys our industry.
To be concluded...
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