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Looking Back

We will begin by turning back the pages of time to look into eras long forgotten by most people. History is not always the most exciting adventure for most individuals.

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For our comic book hero Calvin, the test question was: "When did the Pilgrims land at Plymouth Rock?"

On his paper, Calvin scurries with his hasty answer, "1620."

Further, he explains on his test sheet, "As you see, I've memorized this utterly useless fact long enough to pass a test question. I now intend to forget it forever. You've taught me nothing except how to cynically manipulate the system. Congratulations."

In the next frame, our tiny tot looks to us with adulation, "They say the satisfaction of teaching makes up for the lousy pay."

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When many Americans contemplate the reality of the subject of history, they conceive of a feeble and stuffy librarian leading them through the dusty shelves of a dim-lit building. These "wire-rimmed book-lovers" help their victims interpret the myriad of numbers that categorize each volume filled with wearisome details that seem to have no real meaning beyond curiosity.

Or other people when they think of history, remember a pompous elderly lady with inch-thick spectacles who presents her class with more reading material than they could bear -- demanding if the work wasn't completed correctly they certainly would fail. Then there is the astute college professor who delves out a lecture at a rate that causes his student's hands to cramp in the very effort to keep up.

The reality though, is that history has become one of the most important controversies expounded in America today. A rich Western heritage that was once taken for granted has now been challenged by those who claim to be the most knowledgeable in the field. The facts of our history are being re-evaluated as the question is being risen concerning the role and validity of the Christian faith in the events that have made us what we are today.


Rewriting History

The technique utilized is revisionism. As my wife, Vanessa puts it, "They are rewriting history!"

Indeed, they are, for the revisionists put very little credence in the depictions of our past as understood according to historical writings. "They didn't understand the things we know now," the revisionist contends. So, the modern so-called historians continue to re-write history in a manner that supports the social agendas they are interested in propagating.

The Apostle Paul becomes in their eyes a male chauvinist. The leaders of the Reformation, John Calvin and Martin Luther are transformed into persecutors and hypocrites. The Europeans who settled in America change into ignorant and superstitious capitalists who fail to understand the "keen insights" into nature that were possessed by the "noble savages" who first inhabited America. American history becomes a story of the Indian under white persecution rather than a history of freedom born. The melting pot is remade into a salad bowl with the express intention of decimating American culture. This is revisionism.

Likewise, even the traditional values of our culture are being questioned, as the study of our Western lineage continues to become subjected to de-emphasis in our colleges and universities who proceed to delve deeper into the study of civilizations they deem to be superior to our own.

In a letter to his readers Dr. James Dobson reported in April 1993, "Many of the more prestigious universities, including Stanford, have eliminated their 'core curriculum' based on Western civilization. It is, they say, inherently unfair to minorities, women and homosexuals. Great disrespect is expressed on these campuses for the literature, science, art, religious heritage and history of our European forefathers. (PARDON ME! Fore people!) Much less emphasis is given to the study of Shakespeare, Mozart, Newton, Galileo, the British monarchy, and the significant events in European history. In fact, it is possible to graduate from 78 percent of America's colleges and universities without taking a course in Western civilization.

"The consequence? Lynne Cheney, former chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, wrote that many students earn bachelor's degrees without knowledge of 'the basic landmarks of history and thought.' For example, in a 1989 Gallup poll, 25 percent of 700 college seniors did not know that Columbus landed in the Western Hemisphere before 1500. Most could not identify the Magna Carta. In short, what was constituted a liberal arts education for the past 200 years is undergoing radical transformation. The revolution began by eliminating the concept of truth, and from there it dumped the common heritage that has bound us together as people. Diversity, rather than cohesiveness, is the new passion, and it pits us up against each other for 'rights.'"


Why Does it Matter to Me?

So what bearing do these facts have upon me as an individual believer? You might be thinking, "Look, I have my family and I read my Bible and go to church regularly, so why should it bother me if the world is screwed up and demented? Why do I have to know history? What bearing does the acts of someone a thousand of years ago have on my life? I live in today. . . . and I am doing just fine, thanks."

I got to looking at the table of contents of my Bible and noticed something very interesting. Out of the 66 books listed, I discovered that 23 of them contain dialogue portraying significant events in history. All but two of these books contain in virtually their entirety nothing but details of history.

Now I am currently reading an NIV Thompson Chain Reference edition and noticed that it devotes 1,273 pages to the presentation of Scripture. But of that entirety, according to my calculations, at least 625 pages have been devoted to depicting history. That is approximately 49% or half of the Biblical contents. For those of you who give more credence to the scripture written in the New Testament though, mine is 288 pages long. Out of that, the four Gospels and the book of Acts total to 164 pages. That equates to 57%, well over half of the New Testament depicting historical material. Apparently to God, history is very important.

The emanate Christian theologian and apologist, Francis Schaeffer wrote in his book, The God Who Is There, "God has set the revelation of the Bible in history; He did not give it (as He could have done) in the form of a theological textbook. Having set revelation in history, what sense then would it make for God to give us revelation in which history was wrong? God has also set man in the universe which the Scriptures themselves say speaks of this God. What sense then would it make for God to give His revelation in a book that was wrong concerning the universe? The answer to both of these questions must be, "No sense at all.'"

It was to a deteriorating Roman world that St. Augustine defended the Christian faith against the attacks of those who blamed them for the troubles that had befallen upon them. ". . .The ill will against the Christian religion," he wrote, "which is stirred up by people ignorant of history and who blame on us the disasters of life and the crumbling and collapse of civilization is without foundation. It is not a conclusion of right thinking and reasoning, but the evidence of reckless and malicious animosity. The facts are clear, even though some of the scholars pretended not to know them, or, yielding to irrational hate, deliberately encourage the bigotry."

History is the very thing that speaks out in a unanimous voice against the accusations and contentions of the modernists. If they want to blame the Christian for the errors of society, they have to divorce themselves from the past. If they desire to believe that their liberal agendas are really as such that will benefit society, they must cut themselves off from their historical foundation.

The facts are as clear today as they were in the ancient Rome of St. Augustine. The modernist has either made himself deliberately ignorant or has just completely forgotten the events of history that have gotten us to the point that we are at. If the truth would be made known, his argument against the God of creation would be completely diffused.

How important is it then, for the Christian to be aware of his past? If you can sever a nation from its history, you can undermine the very foundation upon which its culture rests. If that is accomplished, the kingdom will be no more. Rome and the thousand years of ignorance that followed its demise, is adequate evidence of this fact!

Because God has demonstrated and verified Himself in history and the universe, it is of the utmost importance that the students of God are likewise the students of history and the creation. If there is anything that is undermining the testimony of the Word today, it is ignorance. It is because of Christian ignorance that the revisionist is able to make him look like a fool. It is because of Christian ignorance that wolves have been able to come into the body of Christ and twist Scripture in such a way that many are lead into deception.

"God is no fonder of intellectual slackers than of any other slackers," warned C. S. Lewis in Mere Christianity. "If you are thinking of becoming a Christian, I warn you, you are embarking on something which is going to take the whole of you, brains and all."

Yet we live in an era, when truth has died. Truth is no longer believed to be the central force behind knowing. Many people today don't bother to take the time to think. They don't sit down and contemplate the things that are being told to them in order to discern whether or not they are really truth.

This is not what historical Western man has done. If you look at all of the great literature of the past, you will find that it contains within it a great challenge -- the invitation to think. Thinking is historically what has made Western man who he is

Today, we have thrown the book out on intellect because truth has died. People are no longer looking for truth, but rather something that will speak to their emotions. Whatever moves them emotionally is what they will believe.

If you are going to complete these books, you must be prepared to dust out the cobwebs in your mind and think. You will have to get those mental juices flowing again.

Christians today must make themselves aware. They must find out who they are and what has made them who they are. Ignorance may be bliss, but it certainly isn't something that will support the future of the Christian faith!

"It is unreasonable to expect people of the next generation in any age to continue in the Historic Christian position," says Schaeffer, "unless they are helped to see where arguments and connotations brought against Christianity and against them by their generation are fallacious. We must prepare Christian young people to face the monolithic twentieth-century culture by teaching them what the particular attack in our generation is, in contrast to the attacks of previous generations."

In the twentieth-century, the attack is against the truth. The truth of history is being distorted to such a degree that the Biblical Christianity which is associated with it is being thrown into the waste basket of lies and deceit.

"We have left the next generation naked in the face of the twentieth-century thought by which we are surrounded," continued Schaeffer.

"So then, the defense, for myself and for those for whom I am responsible, must be a conscious defense. We cannot assume that, because we are Christians, in the full biblical sense, and indwelt by the Holy Spirit, automatically we shall be free of the influence of what surrounds us. The Holy Spirit can do what He will, but the Bible does not separate his work from knowledge; nor does the work of the Holy Spirit remove our responsibility as parents, pastors, evangelists, missionaries, of teachers."

. . .And the responsibility that we have as we assume those offices of accountability, is to adequately communicate the truth of Scripture. In order to do this, we must know about the faith we uphold. We must know and understand the Holy Scriptures as the true Word of God. Likewise, we must understand how this Word has worked itself into history and the creation. They are all the one demonstration of who God is.

But we also must know who it is we are talking to. Schaeffer wrote, "Apologetics (that branch of theology having to do with the defense and communication of Christianity) should not be merely an academic subject, a new kind of scholasticism. It should be thought out and practiced in the rough and tumble of living contact with the present generation. Thus, the Christian should not be interested only in presenting a nicely balanced system of his own, like some Greek metaphysical system, but rather in something which has constant contact with reality -- the reality of the questions being asked by his own generation."


Being Aware

So, it is imperative to be aware of what is going on in the world. We must not only be cognizant of current events, but the thought life that lies behind these events. We must know the strategy of our adversary, the devil, so that we can adequately undress him before the population of the world.

"So the positive side of apologetics is the communication of the Gospel to the present generation in terms they can understand. . . Historic Christianity has never separated itself from knowledge. It insists that all truth is one, and we must live and teach this even if twentieth-century thought and theology deny it."

But to teach it, we must know it and believe it as well.

The study of history is of the utmost consequence to the believer. There is invaluable instruction in history that should not be ignored. It is through man that God has chosen to communicate His nature to His creation. So committed is God to utilizing this medium of expression that He became incarnated as a man Himself in order to relay the message of salvation to all mankind.

Men live in the dimension of time and space. Looking back on this measure of time is called history. It is through gazing at those past events that we can discover who God really is, what He thinks, what is important to him, and how he deals with people according to His word. There are patterns in history that tell us of the nature of God, what He expects out of us, and what will be the consequences of our actions in relation to our position of obedience to Him. In short, to be ignorant of God's action in history is to be ignorant of God himself.

This unawareness has been reflected in the goings-on currently developing in our localities of higher learning. In his letter to his constituents, Dr. Dobson proceeded to describe the "politically correct" positions that students in our universities are being forced to submit to. He delineated the "speech codes" to which students must conform. Dobson went on to detail exactly which ideas, that are opposed to these "speech codes" (or accepted "group think"), are currently being censored.

Quoting John Leo in U. S. News and World Report these were defined as, "The SAT, doubt about abortion, Catholics, wearing fur, any emphasis on standards of excellence, and any suggestion that gender and ethnicity might not be the most overwhelmingly important issues of the modern era."

Pennsylvania State University informed its 1,000 freshmen in 1990 that they might be assigned a homosexual roommate and that they would not be allowed to object. At New York University Law School the students refused to argue the con side to a hypothetical case involving a lesbian divorce attempting to win custody of her child, as it would offend gays. The University of Michigan has instituted a "student guide to proper behavior" that labels the one who will not "invite someone to a party because she is a lesbian" as a racist. Had those administrators and teachers, who demanded obedience to these policies, had a clear knowledge of the working of God in the very history that they have pledged to teach their students, they would have understood the folly of their commands.


Confused Rights

The confusion over human rights is not one that is limited to our campuses. America seems to have become obsessed with the issue, and has tagged anyone who dares to proclaim that certain behaviors are unacceptable; as a bigot, racist, or worse. It appears as if the one who cares enough to stand up for righteousness is taking all the hits, while the lawless are proclaimed to be modern American heroes. This bewildered type of thinking has now invaded the Church itself.

Is nothing new for the Pope to clash with the regimes that govern the nations of the Western world. It has been a source of conflict since the dawn of Christianity. Notwithstanding that acknowledgment, when Pope John Paul II visited the United States in 1993, he proclaimed in a speech at McNichols Sports Arena, "America needs much prayer -- lest it lose its soul." He blazoned as well, "Young people, do not give into the widespread false morality. Do not stifle your conscience!"

What is it that the Pontiff saw that seems to be eluding the body of Christ in America today? The church in America just cannot seem to make up her mind about the issue of homosexuality. Should she fellowship with these individuals? Should homosexuals be allowed to be members and even ministers in church bodies? Should homosexual marriages be permitted? What should the church's attitude be concerning the opposition of that sort of behavior in our society? Should homosexuals be left alone to live as they wish? Is this a case of human rights being violated, or should homosexuals be awarded the same punishment as bestowed upon other sexual deviancies such as incest, child sexual abuse and rape?

All too many times the attitude of the church can be summed up in the words written by a well-meaning lady to her local newspaper. "For the last two days I have read letters to the editor regarding gay bashing. I take issue with the man who wrote 'homosexuals can't be good Christians.' How does he know? I think that is between God and the homosexuals: not this man certainly. I always thought Christianity was based on faith, love and compassion. His letter sounds full of hate! I wonder if he feels that he is good enough to 'cast the first stone?' Obviously he does. Perhaps the man I have mentioned above, and the woman who wrote 'researchers are wasting time trying to excuse homosexual practices,' should mind their own business. Some of the finest people I know are homosexual or 'gay,' if you will, and I know God loves them, just as he loves us all. So leave the gays alone already!"

If I was a hell-fire and damnation preacher right now I would proceed to my pulpit to warn you of the destruction that awaits a society that has given itself over to the inclusion of that kind of sin. As I pounded furiously, I would remind you with all the animation and determination that I could muster up, "God demolished the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah over far less than what we are involved in today."

But the humanist will laugh at the notion of bringing America to account to the ancient happenings in that which they consider to be a mythical city. Now since the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah was so complete, it is doubtful that archaeology will be able to uncover its ruins. However, near to the location of the ancient city of Sodom lies Jebel Usdum, or Mount Sodom. It stands as a mount of crystalline salt, 5 miles long and 300 feet high, along the southwestern shore of the Dead Sea, as a reminder to future generations of the penalty incurred by those who turn back to sin. Remember Lot's wife.

I could speak to you the words of Jesus who instructed, "When you enter a town and are not welcomed, go into its streets and say, 'Even the dust of your town that sticks to our feet we wipe off against you. Yet be sure of this: The kingdom of God is near.' I tell you, it will be more bearable on that day for Sodom than for that town." (Luke 10:10-12 niv)

Should we "leave the gays alone?" Is speaking out against their behavior antichrist in nature -- born of hate and judgment? Can we know someone's standing with God based on their performance and confession? Is the one who opposes the acceptance of sinful behavior in our society "casting the first stone?" Is it the Christian's business to clarify the issue to those in the world around him, so that they may know about the separation from God that is created by sin, and upon what basis God will receive sinners? Should the Christian be involved in changing the world?

There is something you should know. I am the one who wrote the letter that this lady was responding to. I am the "gay basher" to which she was referring.

But let's not get involved with a series of insults and name-calling. There is nothing to be gained by throwing empty words around based on what each individual "thinks" is true. There is only one truth upon which we can rely upon to make our evaluations of life, and it is far more profound than the opinions of mankind. So shall we dare to proceed on a venture of discovery concerning the God who has revealed Himself in human history has to say about the subject?


Where Should We Stand?

The issue in America today though, goes even deeper than the one sin of homosexuality. It is a question of what grace and love is all about. It leads us to the question: what should the Christian's stance concerning living in this morally bankrupt Western society really be? What should we tell the world? How should we live and think?

Sin is the central issue that the church faces today. It is the main concern of the Christian faith, because it is sin that separated Adam and Eve from God, and it is sin that separates man from God. Lastly, it was for the redemption from the curse of sin that Christ died on the cross. It is through that death that we inherit eternal life. Sin was the matter resolved with Christ's death at the cross. Without sin there wouldn't have been the ultimate sacrifice.

There is nothing that God is concerned more about than sin, and the redemption that can be found as a result of the repentance from sin. Therefore the issue of sin must become the central focus of all those who call themselves believers. How this issue is ultimately dealt with by the body of Christ will determine the future of our whole civilization. This is no minor issue we are dealing with -- no matter how its significance is diminished in the mind of man.

However, if you are going to arrive at any legitimate conclusions on the subject, we must make this first concession. We are not the smartest people who have ever lived. The body of Christ today has filled its heart with the illusion that they have a bead on God as no one has ever before. How arrogant! It is as if the scripture from Joel that proclaims that in the last days, God says, I will pour my spirit out on all people (Acts 2:17a) has put us in a position of insight never before experienced by anyone else.

Those who believe this way must ask question: "If the church is so on top of it then why are we living in a society so morally corrupt that it puts its profane predecessors to unequivocal shame?"

Oh, it can be answered that since these are the "last days" that we can just expect the world to go downhill. To most today this sounds prophetic. I say it is a cop out!

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Don Wigton is a graduate of the prestigious music department at CSULB where he studied under Frank Pooler, lyricist of Merry Christmas Darling, and sang in Pooler’s world renown University Choir alongside Karen and Richard Carpenter. During this time Don was also the lead composer of the band, Clovis Putney, that won the celebrated Hollywood Battle of the Bands. After giving his life to God, Don began attending Calvary Chapel, Costa Mesa to study under some of the most prominent early Maranatha! musicians. Subsequently he toured the Western United States with Jedidiah in association with Myrrh Records.

Eventually Don served as a pastor at Calvary Chapel Bakersfield to witness thousands of salvations through that ministry. As the music/concert director, Don worked for seven years with most major Christian artist of that time while producing evangelical concerts attended by thousands of young people seeking after God. Don’s Calvary Chapel Praise Choir released the album Let All Who Hath Breath Praise the Lord on the Maranatha! label.

The next years of Don’s life were spent as the praise leader of First Baptist Church in Bakersfield during a time of unprecedented church renewal. Don teamed with the leadership to successfully meld the old with the new through a period of tremendous church growth. During this exciting time, Don’s praise team, Selah, produced the CD Stop and Think About It.

Today Don is the leading force behind Wigtune Company. This webbased project located at www.praisesong.net has provided several million downloads of Don’s music and hymn arrangements to tens of thousands of Christian organizations throughout the world. More music can be found at Don's Southern Cross Band website at www.socrossband.com.

The book Holy Wars represents Don’s most recent effort to bless the church with biblical instruction and direction in praise and worship. This heartfelt volume is an offering not only to God’s people, but also to God Himself.


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 The Wigtune Home Page: Free mp3 praise music and hymns sung in a contemporary fashion.  On-line worship study book for Bible students, music ministers, song leaders and pastors is also available!

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