Monday, June 27, 2016

The Hegelian Principle and the Founding Fathers

By Douglas V. Gibbs
Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host

The Hegelian Principle is a concept I've been teaching that the left uses but I never had a name for it or realized it was something that was consciously pursued. I've always taught that the problem is the elite try to use concepts like evolution to support their actions for they seek the singularity, which is the point they believe to be when man transcends being human and becomes godlike, thus, eliminating any need to believe in any god. But, their theories run counter to reality which is best presented by the second law of thermodynamics. The scientific principle dictates that all things go from order to disorder. The only way to stop that is not just by intelligent design, but for it to be of an intelligent design that follows what Christians would consider Godly principles. This is why the American Revolution and the Constitution were so successful, and the French Revolution was not.  The difference was the presence of divine Providence.

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