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Revivalism emphasizes definable turning
points in a Christian life as essential.

Emphasis on salvation by grace through faith.


"Every tradition has to renew

itself to address evolving issues

and offer a path for renewal."

Thich Nhat Hanh

John Calvin


1542 John Calvin founds the first Protestant absolutist theocracy in Geneva, Switzerland.

In Protestantism there has been an evolution and a mixing of Protestant theological belief systems that has resulted in a continually splintering, changing, regrouping and evolving Christian theology.

Calvinism emphasizes God's rule over all things.

The Reformed Tradition of John Calvin held that as a consequence of the fall of man, every person born is enslaved to the flesh.

Calvin claimed individuals were inclined to reject ethical concerns but this is a mistaken viewpoint and trap frequently fallen into by Roman lawyers.

Calvinists believe attainment of heaven to be unconditionally grounded in God's mercy expressed as absolution.

God saves those whom God has pre-determined to save.

Once truly saved always saved.


1552  Calvinist thought reached its zenith of its influence in the Anglican Church during the reign of Edward VI first as Forty-Two Articles of Religion found in the Book of Common Prayer.

1563  Reduced to Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion.

1571  Adherence to the Thirty-Nine Articles made a legal requirement by the English Parliament, requires church attendance on the Sabbath.

Anglicanism, in its structures, theology and forms of worship, is understood as a distinct tradition representing a middle ground between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism.


emphasis on adherence to biblical scripture and
the right to dissent from the established religious institution

Late 1500s

Puritanism, a religious reformation movement, begins in England.

Its initial goal was removing any remaining links to Catholicism within the Church of England after its separation from the Catholic Church.

1603 The accession of James I to the English throne brought the Millenary Petition, a Puritan manifesto for reform of the English church.

1604 James I calls the Hampton Court Conference.

At the Hampton Court Conference James commissions the translation of the Christian Bible into the English vernacular, the King James Version (KVJ).


1610 Dutch Arminianism is articulated in the Remonstrance.

Arminianism is a school of soteriological thought in Protestant Christian theology founded by the Dutch theologian Jacobus Arminius. Its acceptance stretches through much of mainstream Protestantism.

Arminianists believe that individuals are naturally unable to make any effort towards salvation, salvation is possible by grace alone, works of human effort cannot contribute to salvation, God's Elect have unconditional faith that:

Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§ atonement is for all humanity;

God allows his grace to be resisted by those unwilling to believe;

salvation can be lost as continued salvation is conditional upon continued faith in Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§ as the personification of God.


emphasis on individual ability to experience
God and understand the Will of God for oneself

1650 George Fox, imprisoned for blasphemy, begins the Quietism revival.

A judge mocks George Fox's exhortation to "tremble at the Word of the Lord", calling George Fox and his followers "Quakers".

1653 George Fox is imprisoned and it is requested that he be put to death.

Parliament requests his release rather than "a young man die for religion".

George Fox is taken to London for a meeting with the Lord Protector.

Fox affirms he has no intention to take up arms and is able to speak about the differences between the Anglicans and the Friends.

Fox suggests Oliver Cromwell listen to God's voice and obey it.

This is "speaking truth to power".

"It will be found an unjust and unwise jealousy to deprive a man of his natural liberty upon a supposition that he may abuse it." - Oliver Cromwell

By "speaking truth to power" - simple ideas related with plain speech - George Fox pursued social justice.

1654 George Fox is imprisoned in London.

1656 George Fox is imprisoned in Launceston.

1660 and 1663 George Fox is imprisoned in Lancaster.

1666 George Fox is imprisoned in Scarborough.

1674 George Fox is imprisoned in Worcester.

Quakers repeatedly fell foul of laws forbidding unauthorized worship.

George Fox often emphasised the Quaker rejection of baptism by water; a useful way of highlighting the focus of Friends on inward transformation.

This differed from what he saw as the superstition of outward ritual.

George Fox's theology in his words:

Let no man speak in an unknown tongue.

Let no one be put to death for chattel, for money or any outward thing.

Let all these things be taken away, he that will not speak a few words to his neighbor without money, freely without end, or reward, or bribery, and so bring it to a free Nation, and so a free people by the Power of God.

Let no one that is high, proud, or lofty, envious or scornful bear Office, for he will turn the sword backward and do Satan's work.

Let no law be, but that man may ask a question.

If it be a free Nation, let it be free.

Let none be persecuted and imprisonment as vagabonds who are moved by God to speak abroad the Word of God freely and faithfully.

Let none lie long in prison, for that is the way to spoil people, and to make more thieves, for there they learn wickedness together.

Let all this money, and stipends, and tithes, and hour-glasses for preaching by the hour be taken away from men, who make a trade of the Scripture.

Let all worship God in selflessness not in selfishness.

Let all the Burying the dead for money, and Marrying for money, and Christening for money, and Churching of women for money, let all these things be swept away, and let the Nation be a free Nation.

Let no man bear the sword in violence, or accuse any man falsely.

Let no Judge, nor Justice, nor Sheriff that is ambitious, highminded, bear rule, for such do not stand in awe of God which is the beginning of the wisdom with which they should order the Creation to the Glory of God.

They are out of the meek state and humility, and doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly before God, and they are aroma in the nostrils of God.

Let all preaching for money and singing for money be laid aside.

Let not preaching be a trade, nor the Word of God made merchandise of.


emphasis on the spiritual life of the individual,
coupled with a responsibility to live an upright life

1703 Pietism becomes popular in Denmark.

Pietistic Lutherans meet together in conventicles, "apart from Divine Service in order to mutually encourage piety."

Pietistic Lutherans believe "any true Christian could point back in his or her life to an inner struggle with sin that culminated in a crisis and ultimately a decision to start a new, Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§-centered life."

"The hoary adage "cleanliness is next to godliness" was resurrected
by evangelist John Wesley and preached from a thousand pulpits."

Thomas A. Metzger


methodical approach to understanding scripture;
salvation through rebirth and faith in the
constant sustained baptism in the Holy Spirit

1738 John Wesley, an Anglican minister, begins preaching the precepts of Methodism which leads to the Methodist revival.

John Wesley intensely studied the Church Fathers and Eastern Orthodox Church.

He attended Moravian meetings, heard a sermon of Dr. John Heylyn and seriously studied Christian religious sects.

John Wesley expressed strong disagreement with the doctrines of election and reprobation teaching that individual efforts towards holiness of heart and life could bring a truly holy and loving Christian to salvation.

The evangelistic teaching of John Wesley incorporated and melded Arminianist , Calvinist and Anglican doctrine as seen in the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion.

John Wesley abridged the list from 39 to 24 (editing out much Calvinist emphasis) for use by American Methodists in the 18th century.

1808 General Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church passed the first Restrictive Rule, which states that the General Conference may not in any way change the Articles of Religion making the list twenty-five articles.

Gnostic translation of twenty-five articles:

Article I. Acceptance of a triune Godhead.

Article II. Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§ is the Son of Man as well as the Godhead.

Article III. The soul is eternal.

Article IV. All is homoousion

Article V. Old Testament canonical books are:

Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1st & 2nd Books of Samuel, 1st & 2nd Books of Kings, 1st & 2nd Books of Chronicles, Book of Ezra, Book of Nehemiah, Book of Esther, Book of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Songs of Solomon, Four Prophets the Greater, Twelve Prophets the Less.

All the books of the New Testament are canonical.

Article VI. Acceptance of the Ten Commandments.

Article VII. Man is apt to fall into unnatural desire.

Article VIII. Walking with God allows us to act in good will.

Article IX. Only Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§ can mend our flaws.

Article X. There is no earthly redemption in man's world.

Article XI. Neoevanglisits make up stuff.

Article XII. We are all sinners. Redemption lies in repentence.

Article XIII. Oops !!!

Article XIV. Fetishes, relics, invocation of saints are not of Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§.

Article XV. Speak plainly the Word of God so all may hear.

Article XVI. "Two Sacraments ordained of Christ our Lord in the Gospel; that is to say, Baptism and the Supper of the Lord." - John Wesley

Article XVII. Baptism is a sign of regeneration or rebirth.

Article XVIII. The bread we share together is a partaking of the body of Christ; and likewise the cup of blessing is a partaking of the blood of Christ.

Article XIX. Christians are not exclusive. We do not form cliques or cults.

Article XX. Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§ sacrificed itself so you don't have to.

Article XXI. Procreation is OK.

Article XXII. Any sincere heart felt oblation is acceptable in ritual.

Article XXIII. We don't belong to Britian anymore !

Article XXIV. Status does not the man make. Share resources.

Article XXV. Loyalty only to Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§ but acquiesce to moral orders.

Wesley saw doctrine must be rational as faith and reason are synonymous.

John Wesley defined the witness of the Spirit of God as:

"an inward impression on the soul, whereby the Spirit of God directly testifies to an individual's spirit that they are indeed children of God."

Holiness preachers declared that following conversion, believers should seek for a "second blessing" to purge the desires of the flesh from their hearts.

Holiness preaching centered on John Wesley's sanctification of a second crisis experience subsequent to justification, termed entire sanctification.

From this it followed that it was the duty of those who had experienced entire sanctification to confess it and bring others into this experience.

John Wesley understood a person must hear the Word of God himself - intercession is ineffective as redemption occurs only in a contrite heart.

John Wesley's strength lay in his ability to combine seemingly opposing theological stances backed up by a reasonable interpretation of scripture.

He was very good at dialectism.

John Wesley's evangelical theology, grounded firmly in sacrament, was his promotion of what he termed Christian Perfection, or Holiness of Heart.

John Wesley insisted that in this life, the Christian could come to a state where the Agápe, or perfect compassion, reigned supreme in one's heart.

To be made perfect in compassion meant a Christian could live with the primary guide "to love your neighbor as you love yourself.".

This parallels the philosophy of Siddhartha Gautama.

Pentecostal denominations are descended from Methodism and the Methodist Holiness Movement.

Pentecostal soteriology is generally Arminian rather than Calvinist.

Note: I can warn you through personal experience that no one will believe you have actually seen anything if they have an iPhone and are 'woke'.

I can personally verify there is an actual physical experince of ephiphany.

גבר אני


The expression "Son of Man" occurs 81 times in the Greek text of the Four Canonical Synoptic gospels.

Son of Man is used only in the Sayings of Jesus.

The Hebrew expression Son of Man appears in the Torah over a hundred times - literally translated as "I am Man."

Secular Israel today refers to Homo sapiens sapiens, or humans, in religious reflections literally as human-son.

"As a Catholic, I am dismayed to learn cardinals vow they will never tell secrets which could damage the Vatican." - Doris Isolini Nelson

"Surely it is obvious, to those who wish to see and have had their eyes enlightened by Ḉhri§t Ḉon§ciousne§§, that the professing church, Christendom, has become nothing more than a very successful business, reaping huge profits into the coffers of those who, wandering off the garden path, have been enticed by a desire for fame, fortune and universal acceptance.

They have turned the Father's house into nothing more than a house of merchandise and are utilizing the secular world's resources and the secular world's methods to achieve what they believe to be spiritual success.

The corporation churches, in the same manner as the corporations of the secular world, have definite characteristics that are clearly observable.

They are human initiated and governed, management-based, profit-oriented, success-driven, client-friendly, product-focused (programs and services), and image conscious. " - Hugh Skyborn

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