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Exposing the formula for 'change.'
(pdf, dbl. sp.)note
Explaining how the dialectic process (self 'justification') is being put into social action (praxis) to 'change' the way your children/you feel, think, and act toward authority and relate with the world.
"Ye are they which justify yourselves before men; but God knoweth your hearts: for that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God." Luke 16:15
The praxis or social action of using Genesis 3:1-6—the dialectic process, i.e., self 'justification,'
in order to negate Hebrews 12:5-11—the father's/Father's authority system,
in order to negate Romans 7:14-25—the guilty conscience for doing wrong (for sinning).
By negating the deceitfulness and wickedness of man's heart and God's judgment upon man for his sins,
in the feelings, thoughts, and actions of men, women, and children, i.e. in the relationship they have with themselves and with the world
the need for a savior, i.e., faith in the Son of God and obedience to His Heavenly Father is negated
in the feelings, thoughts, and actions of men, women, and children, i.e. in the relationship they have with themselves and with the world.
(Despite all the "academics," this is what the dialectic process has always been about—man 'justifying' himself, i.e., 'justifying' his carnal desires in defiance to authority.
No matter what 'liberals' might say, in denial, Socrates was found guilty of two things, corrupting the morals of the youth and destroying their respect for authority.
The same is true for all philosophy, sociology, and psychology. The objective is not to attack religion or authority outright, but rather 'change' the way that person think,
i.e., 'justify' "human nature" and faith in God will "wither away.")
An Overview of the Dialectic Process (pdf)
or a more in depth
Introduction to the Dialectic Process:
how the dialectic process affects you.
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Institution for Authority Research Dean Gotcher 1997-2015