Politics: Religion: Why God Is a He: Dennis Prager: PragerU

Note: I do not promote this video in any theological or ecumenical sense because the Bible is clear on the matter: The Triune Godhead is God the Father, Word (Son), and Holy Ghost (all depicted as masculine, including the Holy Spirit, who is the Comforter, or Parakletos, which is in the masculine form). Moreover, the Son (or Word) is fully God, being Triequal with The Father and the Holy Spirit. The Lord Jesus Christ is God the Word (or God the Son) made flesh.  The Lord Jesus was clearly incarnated as a male, not a female, and thus His masculinity, Sonship, Brothership, Husbandship is clear. Likewise, the first human created was a male, not a female, for he was physically created in the image of the Lord Jesus Christ, who is the image and fulness of the Godhead bodily.

Though I take issue with some of the wording in this video, I am sharing it nonetheless because it clearly illustrates why God as (and Who Is) FATHER is beneficial to all. Matriarchal societies fail (how many are left in this world?); matriarchal religions are often quite deviant in nature (don’t even get me started on this one); and single mother households have children who are disproportionately more likely to engage in sub-optimal (e.g. higher drop-out and divorce rates), riskier (promiscuity, other forms of dangerous/rebellious behaviour), and/or even criminal activity. Households, schools, societies, and nations without a strong, moral father figure (male role model; male guide/disciplinarian/leader) will on average be inferior to those with such a male figure present (statistically-speaking). Now this will offend the emotionally-oriented; nonetheless, the statistical data is both abundant and abundantly clear on this; only the ignorant would argue against the scope, richness, and depth of the data to this effect. Deal with reality… The reason why the Western world has been so beneficial to women, children, the elderly, men, etc., is because of the virtues and characteristics of (Almighty) God the Father, as revealed through His Son, by the Holy Spirit, via the Bible, which is the holy word of God.

  4 comments for “Politics: Religion: Why God Is a He: Dennis Prager: PragerU

  1. June 3, 2019 at 6:47 am

    Where, “In the Bible” is the Triune God mentioned?

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    • June 3, 2019 at 8:17 am

      The term itself is not used; the precept is throughout Scripture. We can see it in places like 1 John 5:7 [which some erroneous dispute as canon but there is a solid case for it]; John 1:1-2,14; John 14:16-17 [Where the Comforter/Parakletos is masculine, and thus a person, and not merely a force]; Isaiah 61:1 in conjunction with Matthew 3:16-17; Matthew 28:19; John 10:29-30; and a host of other passages that speak to the deity of God the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. They each are equal in essence, subsisting as one (Triune) God, but they have a hierarchy of roles as it relates to the Human Experience (the Holy Spirit quicks and points the elect to Christ (God the Son), the Son in turns points the elect to the Father, and the Father has given all things into the hands of His Son, until the end of the age. Though I suspect you have no relationship to the religion of Islam (since you reference archons) the following may prove useful: https://answering-islam.org/Trinity/otreason.html

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      • June 3, 2019 at 8:57 pm

        My Archons are quite secular, thank you. They were Hellenistic Spartan (Ancient Greek) royal advisors when I adopted them, long before gullible fools incorrectly turned the term into something supernatural. 😯

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      • June 3, 2019 at 9:50 pm

        Either way; secular or not, it isn’t my fight. As for the video I posted, it all boils down to (1) a view of existence that either is, or is not, related to Deity and (2) the nature of that Deity (masculine vs. feminine, Triune in nature or not, etc.). There are many in our day who scoff at the precept of an Almighty God; there are others who believe in a deity but one that is feminine in nature; my goal is too simply put the material out there for people to review and discern for themselves.

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