We see godly deception as an act of honorable war, or in a time that was equivalent to war, throughout Scripture.
Now I did have a swell time visiting occasionally with Greg [Gianforte] in the context of a few board meetings. And if lived in Montana, I would certainly cast my vote for him.
I hate a lie.
“And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet.” —Revelation 16:13 Continue reading
The principles of war as understood by Douglas Wilson culminate in the chief principle of war as well as the cornerstone of his theology — deception. Continue reading
Stonewall Jackson was a brutally ruthless killing machine, who kept the Sabbath. Continue reading
These concerns have led to the saying that if you steal from one person, it’s plagiarism, but if you steal from many, it’s research.
“The Bible permits Christians to own slaves, provided they are treated well. You are a Christian. Whom do you believe?” —Douglas Wilson Continue reading
Sun Tzu was right — warfare is deception. A good general wants the enemy to believe the opposite of what is actually the case, in as many instances as possible. He wants him to believe he is far away when he is close, and to believe he is close when he is far away. He wants him to believe he is strong when he is weak, and weak when he is strong.
We do not insist on the whole thing now — we are incrementalists, and this is a long war. . .
Why does Christ Church want to fly under radar? Continue reading
“It’s persuasion to live more peaceable lives.” —Doug Wilson Continue reading