Friday, July 10, 2009

I, Nobot

Evolving Beyond What Is Human

I recently saw a movie called "I, Robot" and (perhaps because we don't watch movies often) I was struck by how subtly anti-Christ it was. Given the times we are in, I am sure this is the case more times than not with many forms of entertainment. The media just never seems to miss an opportunity to mock the things of God.

So, I started doing a video on the proliferation of this robotics agenda in the media and how that related to the end times. Then a friend forwarded me an interview that really helps put this all into perspective. Not only does it go into some detail about the objectives of this robotics movement, it ties it all to the broader search for higher intelligence such as extraterrestrials, the nephilim, stargates, and transhumanism.

I don't know if you have noticed, but a number of entertainers are pushing a robotics theme. If it is not autotunes making their voices sound robotic, they are parading around in robot costumes or making movies that humanize robotic existence. While a number of people talk about this phenomenon, very few actually spell out how this relates to God, His word, and the times we are in.

Whether it is transgenics, cloning, is becoming more and more intent on playing God. Yet, in the minds of many, it is not about playing. Man believes that he can become god. It is the same age-old lie that Satan told Eve in the Garden of Eden. It is amazing that this same old line would continue to be so successful in deceiving men after all of these years.

With all of that said, the videos are attached below. I would ask if you can take the time to listen to each of them. There is insightful information about these deceptions and what it says about our current times. This is not about "I, Robot", Will Smith, or even the movie industry. It is about being aware of the devises Satan is using to deceive. As you will see, even those claiming to represent Jesus Christ are participating in this deception.

"Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves." Matthew 10:16


  1. Thanks again for another insightful post. I'm learning so much since I first visited the site a few weeks ago.

    I have one question (slightly off topic) from the I Nobot videos.

    Tom Horn mentioned he asked God to forgive him for "the AG part" I assume he means he regrets being a member and the host had the same opinion of them. Is there something bad about AG that caused the Ministers in this video to regret being members? I couldn't find any problems with their form of worhip or beliefs, so their comments left me confused.


  2. Hi New Yorker,

    I wondered about that too when I heard the interview, but I am not familiar with AG so I wasn't sure what they meant.

    I cannot speak for them, but I went to the AG site to better understand their beliefs.

    There are a few things I think are problematic:

    1. They proclaim that divine healing is an expectation for all believers. That is not biblical. God is certainly able to heal anything, but that does not mean this is a right for every believer. It is up to the will of God. For example, Paul indicated that he had a thorn in the flesh which God chose not to remove from him. Additionally, when Timothy complained of stomach ailments, Paul didn't tell Timothy about God's divine healing, he told him how to treat the ailment. Again, I want to be clear that God IS a healer. But it is all according to His will and not an assumed conclusion for those in Christ.

    * They also claim that the speaking in tongues is THE evidence of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, which I would not agree with.

    * They ordain women as pastors, which is unScriptural.

    So, I don't know what these two men were referring to specifically, but I do see some areas which appear to be unBiblical when I visit their site.

    Hope that helps!

  3. Hey what is your testimony? Is there any more information about you
    and if being a woman preacher is unscriptural what would you have to say for people like Joyce Meyer?

  4. Hi
    Thank you for the information.
    I need to ask, you wrote:
    * They also claim that the speaking in tongues is THE evidence of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, which I would not agree with.

    Please help me understand why you believe this is not biblical.
    Thank you

  5. Hello Anonymous,

    I believe that Scripture shows that there are tangible signs to the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, however, that may or may not be tongues. It could be prophecy, a word of knowledge, or any other spiritual gift that attests to the presence of the Spirit within.

  6. I don't mean to be offensive but, why didn't you answer princess' question, i would like to know the answer as well

  7. Hello Anonymous,

    I didn't realize that I had missed answering her questions. Thanks for bringing that to my attention.

    There are posts on this blog regarding my personal testimony as well as getting into the subject of women pastors. You can search by specific words or topics in the side portion of the site.



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