The "New" World Order


Dean Gotcher

Under this "new" world order, mitigating "the children of disobedience," i.e. negating the Father's authority, under God, the "lower-class," i.e. the disenfranchised, i.e. the poor or of moderate income, the minority, the landless, etc., are perceived as children subject to the "upper-class," i.e. subject to the Father giving commands to his children, commands  to be obeyed without question, chastening those who disobey, casting out those who disrespect or challenge his authority.  With the "middle-class," i.e. the children of obedience admiring, honoring, and supporting the Father's authority, hoping in themselves to either attain that authority position someday for themselves (earthly) or attain or retain his approval and reward (spiritual), the liberating of the "lower-class," the children (who by "human nature" are subject to disobedience), from the authority of the "upper-class," the Father, i.e. the spiritual, i.e. overcoming the antithesis condition, i.e. the tension between belief (God) and nature (man), remains impossible.  The agenda is to constantly keep the children of obedience (the middle-class) subject to their here-and-now heart's desire, i.e. subject to the compromising of their Father's authority by bringing the affective domain into the classroom and the "church," to both resolve here-and-now conflicts and establish policy for the future.  The dialectic 'reasoning' is: only by negating the "middle-class" (the children of obedience who set their affections on things above, who do their best as unto the Lord—which does not matter which "class" they happen to be in, i.e. which negates dialectic 'reasoning' because it transcends man, i.e. the children and the earthly Father) can the "lower-class" (the children of disobedience who seek the pleasures of nature only) become united in the common cause of negating the "upper-class" (the Father's authority which rules over the "old" world order, over the children, under God).  With the ladder (the "middle-class") to the "upper-class" negated the only focus then is upon the "lower-class," the children negating the "upper-class," the Father, i.e. the oppressor of mankind.  With surveys, polls, feasibility studies focusing upon this disparity between the "have's" and the "have not's,"  between the Father and the children, the children can more easily be united in the cause of 'liberation' from the Father's authority.  The 'shift' from right-wrong to approaching pleasure and avoiding pain, from the Father's authority to the children's desires from then on becomes the focus of attention for all of society, 'liberation' from the Father's authority being the goal.  Representation and limited government, i.e. right-wrong thinking and acting, i.e. the Father's authority is negated in favor of the consensus process, based upon "feelings," with the "the children of disobedience" from then on in control.

© Institution for Authority Research, Dean Gotcher 2013-2015