The Great Divide: The Devil’s Quest to Divide and Conquer

In this stream I discuss how we are all being played off against each other in Satan’s historical process of divide and conquer. The elites of the world stand no chance against our unity. All unity is found in the Logos, but even Christ divides the righteous from the evil. Make sure to check it out and let me know what you think. God bless 

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About the author

David Patrick Harry is a Religious Studies scholar, Orthodox Christian apologist, and owner of the YouTube channel/podcast Church of the Eternal Logos. Having an academic background studying Eastern Mysticism, Gnosticism, psychedelics, and theories of magic, he devotes the majority of his apologetic efforts towards the New Age and people who identify as “spiritual but not religious.” He is currently a PhD candidate at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA where his research is couched in the sub discipline of “New Religious Movements,” and focuses on the use of psychedelics for “spiritual” purposes post the 1960’s counterculture; arguing that such practices are a novel new religious movement but with a historical lineage tracing back through the history of magic in the Western esoteric traditions all the way to the prehistory of the shamanic tribal setting.

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