Pastor Johnny Enlow, who once said our nation’s future would involve the terms B.T. and A.T. (“Before Trump” and “After Trump”), is also a proponent of “Seven Mountains Dominionism,” the belief that Christians must control seven specific areas of life: Religion, Family, Education, Entertainment, Media, Government, and Business.
He’s now tying that movement to QAnon conspiracy theories. How exactly does he link the ideas of Christian supremacy with the idea of Satanic pedophiles who are involved with child trafficking?
He explained on YouTube that when he found out about QAnon, everything just clicked.
“It connects to our overall message on the Seven Mountain Mandate,” Enlow said. “When you abandon society, or when you just don’t have a vision for the church showing up anywhere but the mountain of religion, then you essentially don’t apply salt and light to the other sectors of society. … And when you don’t occupy until He returns, there are consequences, and it allowed multi-generational deep darkness [to take control of the Seven Mountains.’]”
“What we didn’t expect was to have almost wholesale Luciferian child-sacrificing pedophiles in a worldwide network at the tops of the mountains where we were literally being run by criminals,” Enlow asserted. “And not just simple criminals — high satanic criminals.”
Enlow claimed the [Trump] presidency was “the intervention of God” and a “rescue operation from Heaven, stopping it from going any further.”
So to summarize: QAnon’s bizarre claims are true, and further evidence that conservative Christians must conquer everything, and the only reason evil hasn’t won out over good is because Donald Trump has somehow stopped it.
It must have been something he did between watching FOX News programming…
So while realists acknowledge the gradual erosion of our democracy, people like Enlow continue to perpetuate baseless conspiracy theories that always seem to support their theological beliefs. If the strength of your faith hinges on the goodness of Donald Trump, you need to find a new religion. Enlow’s claims are utterly embarrassing.
There is not one single shred of evidence for any of QAnon’s conspiracies, and a group of people who claim to have The Truth ought to care more about that.
(via Right Wing Watch)