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Plodcast Ep. 23

Posted by Douglas Wilson on

Tune in to hear Pastor Wilson address Lenin & Gramsci. Then he plugs James Duane’s book, You Have the Right to Remain Innocent, and then plods on to talk about the Greek word “aischunomai”. Happy Plodding!

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Show Notes:

Lenin & Gramsci

  • two different approaches to revolution
  • Lenin about direct violence
  • Gramsci about a long march through the institutions
  • Gramsci’s approach has been much more successful long term
  • Lenin’s approach only brought short term success
  • Christians need to become acquainted with the sneakiness of the progressive left

You Have the Right to Remain Innocent

  • written by James Duane
  • he shows that when someone volunteers to be questioned by the police, they are in grave peril
  • the police can lie to you and there is no accountability at all
  • pleading the 5th can be held against you
  • he recommends that you plead the 6th (I want an attorney)

Aischunomai

  • to be ashamed
  • 2 Corinth. 10:8, Paul was not ashamed to use his authority over the Corinthians
  • 1 Peter 4:16, we ought not to be ashamed for suffering for being Christian
  • we ought to be ashamed if we get in trouble for our own sins
  • shame is associated with sin