Marvel Not at Superhero Gnosticism Back in The Days of The Apostles, there was an ancient heresy known as Gnosticism, which taught that the main objective of humans is to be enlightened with "higher knowledge." Today, this antichrist Gnosticism is reflected in the superhero media as well as science fiction media. Of course, superhero media combines ancient Gnosticism with modern day transhumanism. Of course, transhumanism teaches that human beings can reach their peak condition with technology. One example of transhumanism is the Marvel Comics superhero called Iron Man since his name reflects the antichrist heresy of transhumanism. It is sad how churches are endorsing this Gnostic day heresy of transhumanism through science fiction and superhero media. We know that Genesis 3 reveals the origins of transhumanism and Gnosticism and all manner of humanism. It is paradoxical how humanists believe in the existence of a "higher power" like that taught by Alcoholics Anonymous, but asset their own sovereignty through humanistic efforts. We ought to remember Jeremiah 17:9 lest we think of ourselves as "heroes" of society. We also must remember Genesis 3 lest we be ensnared with Satan's deception of all manner of humanism, including ancient Gnosticism and modern day transhumanism.
Anonymous Name (3/4/2021)
King Saul: Unbeliever We ought to remember from 1 Samuel 9 to 1 Samuel 31, Saul was really an unbeliever, especially since 1 Samuel 16, particularly 1 Samuel 16:14 makes it known that The Spirit of The LORD departed from Saul. As he called Saul was an unbeliever, so are the comic book writers who write superhero stories. This also means that as The Spirit of The LORD departed from Saul, so has He The LORD departed from superhero writers like Al Plastino and Jerry Siegel.
Anonymous Name (3/1/2021)
Superheroes: 'Heroes' for Unbelievers Given the injunction to practice separation from unbelievers in 2 Corinthians 6:14-18, we must also realize that superheroes are really "heroes" for unbelievers. This is because the artists who publish these stories about superheroes like Al Plastino are unbelievers themselves. Given that Jerry Siegel (17 October 17,‚Äď28 January, 1996) died on 28 January, 1996 at the age of 81, it means that he, Jerry Siegel, died an unbeliever and entered into eternal torment in Hell. Then again any stories that exalt sinful human "heroes" as "champions of the people", including the stories of secular action "heroes" like GI Joe, are stories written of, by, and for unbelievers. This sermon shows that superhero stories have turned people away from The Biblical Faith and towards the sin of unbelief called occultism and humanism. This podcast clearly explains why superheroes are "heroes" of, by, and for unbelievers.
Anonymous Name (2/28/2021)
A Continuation of Superheroes: Replacement Christ This helpful podcast is a continuation of the sermon called Superheroes: Replacement Christ published on 24 June, 2013. This podcast also references Superman as an antichrist as was preached in the sermon called Man of Steel: Man of Sin, which was also preached on 24, June 2013. This podcast is needed in response to the superhero craze.