Why Conspiracies Don't Last (2 Samuel 3:17-27)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, August 12, 2012
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

This sermon gives a Biblical philosophy of conspiracy theories. Using Psalm 2 as a theological foundation, and using 2 Samuel 3 as a historical backdrop, it analyses how conspiracies work and how God has routinely frustrated them over the past several thousand years. In the process it not only corrects mistaken ideas about history, politics, and worldview, but it also stirs up hope, faith, and action. If you have ever been tempted to think that conspiracies are invincible, this is a sermon for you. In the process you might realize that we Christians have unfortunately adopted some of the sinful methodologies spawned by conspiracy.

Tags: conspiracy, conspiracy theory, conspirator, dialectic, history, informers, manipulation, Marxist, providence, secrecy, sneaky, spies, treason

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