Something-ism. Have you heard about it?

I just found out about something. This something is going to appeal to the politically correct and inoffensive multicultural society we live in today in a very big way. This something is about the in-between time of heaven and earth. Its an attack against two-ism. It’s about the zeitgeist, the spirit of the age, the third age that we supposedly live in today. Have I got you interested?…

In once very Christian Holland, a “new” kind of Christianity has appeared, called “Something-ism.” A theologian in Amsterdam, says: “There must be ‘something’ between heaven and earth, but to call it ‘God’, for the majority of Dutch is a bridge too far.” A pastor of the Protestant Church in the Netherlands, states that “God does not exist at all as a supernatural thing. God is…a word for human experience.” A better expression of pagan One-ism you could not find!

This pastor goes on to explain that Jesus is a man, “living out of the spirit of God he found inside himself.” This “new” Christianity “takes God out of the box” of doctrine and redefines the Faith as inner feelings and outer social action. [to read more on this Something-ism and how it’s challenging Two-ism go to this link.]