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I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour; Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth. 1 Timothy 2:1-4

Friday, January 8, 2016

Two Bloggers Post the Hitler Video on Hitler Losing the UOJ War

Hitler Loses The Univeral Objective Justification (UOJ) War

HT: Dr. Gregory Jackson of Ichabod The Glory Has Departed.

I almost died laughing.


Alec said...
This is fantastic. Don't know how I missed it before.
Thank you. I needed the laugh!

Gregory Jackson said...
I read it to my wife again. We both laughed because the Lutheran leaders wrote the script. I just copy and paste.

Blogger Alec said...
True art. It teaches and entertains with a light touch.

Reposted today at Humor | Hitler loses the Universal Objective Justification (UOJ) War

Hope many more people enjoy it and learn. Thanks Greg (and Lilo).

Humor | Hitler loses the Universal Objective Justification (UOJ) War

Justification by Faith is rightly called the chief article in the entire Christian doctrine (Solid Declaration, III, 6).
Universal Objective Justification (UOJ) advocates pretend to agree with Justification by Faith, while actively denying it. UOJ is held by many pastors and theologians in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) and the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).

Lutherans only? Think again

atch the short video and you’ll be prepared if you hear similiar ideas in your own non-Lutheran church. Justification by Faith is the key to salvation. It’s not a trivial matter.
Ridicule is often the best response to such flagrant error. And few do it as well as Pastor Gregory Jackson:

Hitler loses the Universal Objective Justification (UOJ) War

Credit to: Extra NOS

Doug Evans says:
Maybe I’m blessed but to be honest I’ve never heard of UOJ before in my life, and I did attend a Lutheran church for a few years. After reading this and bouncing around the internet trying to find a clear concise definition of UOJ I have come to the conclusion that this video explains it better than most web sites
  • Alec Satin says:
    Hi Doug,
    I agree. This video explains it very well.
    It doesn’t surprise me that you never heard this discussed in the Lutheran church you attended. It’s one of those underlying beliefs which generally reveal themselves indirectly. At the Lutheran church I used to attend it came out in odd jarring notes which would flash by during sermons. “What?” I caught myself thinking. “Did he really mean what he said? That sounds just like universalism”.
    It sounded like universalism, because UOJ is half-universalist. It leads to a weakening of preaching and belief, and an ability to join with others who are fully universalist, that is, they believe that the whole world has been saved – no faith required.
    The pastors hide it:
    (a) because they don’t fully understand it
    (b) because they understand it but can’t explain it
    (c) because when they try to explain it, their church members get upset and confused
    How much easier it is for them to talk about other less “controversial” topics. Meanwhile sheep are led astray…