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Are Church leaders abdicating the future of man to the Luciferian dead hand of the great planners and conditioners?

Replacement theology marches forward as most 'preachers' remain silent

Posted: November 27, 2010
7:48 pm Eastern

By Thomas
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A few days ago I learned from Carl Teichrib, editor of Forcing Change (, a monthly journal on world affairs from a Christian perspective that, once again, I had been vilified as "the enemy" at a major transhumanist convention. This time it was Dr. James Hughes during the Transhumanism and Spirituality conference, held October 1, 2010, in Salt Lake City, who described me as a "Christian whack-job" in his main presentation. Hughes continued during a Q&A to explain his reasons for nonetheless seeking me out to debate him on his syndicated radio show:

"If reaching out across the aisle to someone who thinks I’m a spawn of Satan, and establishing a relationship so that he doesn’t come after me with a gun is something I have to do, I’m willing to do it. Right?”

Thus like Patrick Lin, co-author of the National Science Foundation Report "Human Enhancement: 25 Questions & Answers" had done in writing a long diatribe about me at the IEET, Hughes used the conference as an opportunity to depict conservative Christians as extremists and potential terrorists who need to be carefully monitored, perhaps even someday soon locked up as enemies of progress if they become too outspoken.

But it was internationally acclaimed transhumanist Max More who really got down to the nitty-gritty when he cut in during the conversation over me: “I’m not the spawn of Satan, I’m the spawn of Lucifer.” This comment evoked some laughter, says Teichrib, but More was serious. In 1991 he had written  “In Praise of the Devil,” saying,

“Lucifer is the embodiment of reason, of intelligence, of critical thought. He stands against the dogma of God and all other dogmas. He stands for the exploration of new ideas… Join me, join Lucifer, and join Extropy in fighting God and his entropic forces with our minds, our wills and our courage. God’s army is strong, but they are backed by ignorance, fear and cowardice. Reality is fundamentally on our side. Forward into the light!”


Although the Vatican in 2008 issued a limited set of instructions on bioethics primarily dealing with in vitro fertilization and stem cell research (Dignitas Personae or “the Dignity of the Person”) and a handful of Christian scientists, policy makers, and conservative academics have hinted in public commentary on the need for a broader, manifesto-like document on the subject, the church as an institution has failed at any concerted effort to focus on the genetics revolution, the government’s interest in human enhancement, the viral transhumanist philosophy capturing the mind of a generation at colleges and universities (not to mention via popular media), and the significant moral and ethical issues raised by these trends. As our new book Forbidden Gates was heading to editing, four thousand evangelical leaders from two hundred nations were planning to convene in South Africa to adopt a new manifesto related to missiology and “a statement on Nature.” This gathering is organized by Billy Graham’s Lausanne Committee for World Evangelism (lcwe) and we were praying it would include something significant on bioethics, because other than a nearly decade-old Lausanne “Occasional Paper No. 58,” which discussed ways in which bioethics could be used as a tool for evangelism (very important), no documentation we had seen thus far or since indicated that the new lcwe gathering would debate the moral limits of human-enhancement technologies, which have dramatically evolved since the brief “Occasional Paper No. 58.”

While the Vatican’s Dignitas Personae likewise failed to provide instructions on the greater issue of biological enhancement (as envisioned by transhumans and espoused by agencies of the U.S. and other federal governments as the next step in human evolution), its positional paper did provide an important bird’s-eye view on the clash developing between traditional morality and the quiet adoption of transhumanist philosophy by Christian apologists, who likewise have begun to question what it means to be human and whose competing moral vision could ultimately shape the future of society.

Immediately following the release of Dignitas Personae, Catholic scientist William B. Neaves, in an essay for the National Catholic Reporter, reflected the new biblical exegesis, causing reporter Rod Dreher to describe it as clearly illustrating “the type of Christianity that is eager to jettison the old morality and embrace the new.” The subtleties behind Neaves’ comments included:

An alternative point of view to the Vatican’s, embraced by many Christians, is that personhood [a transhumanist concept] occurs after successful implantation in the mother’s uterus, when individual ontological identity is finally established.... If one accepts the viewpoint that personhood begins after implantation, the moral framework guiding the development and application of medical technology to human reproduction and treatment of disease looks very different from that described in Dignitas Personae.

In the alternative moral framework, taking a pill to prevent the products of fertilization from implanting in a uterus is morally acceptable. Using ivf [in vitro fertilization] to complete the family circle of couples otherwise unable to have children is an unmitigated good. Encouraging infertile couples with defective gametes to adopt already-produced ivf embryos that will otherwise be discarded is a laudable objective. And using embryonic stem cells to seek cures [creating human embryos for research “parts”] becomes a worthy means of fulfilling the biblical mandate to heal the sick.

Why does the taxpayer funded National Science Foundation Report "Ethics of Human Enhancement: 25 Questions & Answers" depict a humanoid with soulless eyes? Find the answer in Forbidden Gates   

Notwithstanding that the discussion by Neaves was limited to the Vatican’s position on embryos, his introduction of memes involving personhood and “ensoulment” represents worrisome Christian theological entanglement with transhumanist philosophy, further illustrating the need for a solid manifesto providing a conservative vision for public policy with regard to human experimentation and enhancement.

From Noah's day to the present hour, making known this “righteous” and manifold wisdom of God in hopes of persuading an age to appreciate the human-affirming virtues of Christian morality can be intrinsic to the Great Commission. There is no middle ground for preachers of righteousness in these matters. Believers are either asleep at the wheel or actively engaged in spiritual warfare for the souls of a generation whose members today are desperately seeking reasons to believe, despite everything they are being told, that the church remains relevant. To fail this responsibility will be to abdicate to a frightening transhuman vision of the future such as was predicted by theologian and Christian apologist C. S. Lewis in The Abolition of Man. Lewis foresaw the day when transhumanist and scientific reasoning would win out, permanently undoing mankind through altering the species, ultimately reducing Homo sapiens to utilitarian products. Here is part of what he said:

In order to understand fully what Man’s power over Nature, and therefore the power of some men over other men, really means, we must picture the race extended in time from the date of its emergence to that of its extinction. Each generation exercises power over its successors: and each, in so far as it modifies the environment bequeathed to it and rebels against tradition, resists and limits the power of its predecessors. This modifies the picture which is sometimes painted of a progressive emancipation from tradition and a progressive control of natural processes resulting in a continual increase of human power. In reality, of course, if any one age really attains, by eugenics and scientific education, the power to make its descendants what it pleases [transhuman/posthuman], all men who live after it are the patients of that power. They are weaker, not stronger: for though we may have put wonderful machines in their hands we have pre-ordained how they are to use them. And if, as is almost certain, the age which had thus attained maximum power over posterity were also the age most emancipated from tradition, it would be engaged in reducing the power of its predecessors almost as drastically as that of its successors.... The last men, far from being the heirs of power, will be of all men most subject to the dead hand of the great planners and conditioners and will themselves exercise least power upon the future.... The final stage [will have] come when Man by eugenics, by pre-natal conditioning, and by an education and propaganda based on a perfect applied psychology...shall have “taken the thread of life out of the hand of Clotho” [one of the Three Fates in mythology responsible for spinning the thread of human life] and be henceforth free to make our species whatever we wish it to be. The battle will indeed be won. But who, precisely, will have won it?

Lewis foresaw the progressive abandonment of what we would call “moral law” based on Judeo-Christian values giving way to “the dead hand of the great planners and conditioners” who would decide what men should biologically become. The terms “great planners and conditioners” correspond perfectly with modern advocates of transhumanism who esteem their blueprint for the future of the species as the one that will ultimately decide the fate of man. A recent step toward establishing this goal (in addition to all the other “steps” we document in Forbidden Gates) occurred when the U.S. National Science Foundation (nsf) and the Human Enhancement Ethics Group (based at California Polytechnic State University, whose advisory board is a wish list of transhumanist academics and institutions worldwide) released its fifty-page report entitled “Ethics of Human Enhancement: 25 Questions & Answers.” This government-funded report addressed the definitions, scenarios, anticipated societal disruptions, and policy and law issues that need to be considered en route to becoming posthuman (the full nsf report can be downloaded for free at our Web site: Some of the topics covered in the new study include:

  • What are the policy implications of human enhancement?
  • Is the natural-artificial distinction of human enhancement morally significant?
  • Does human enhancement raise issues of fairness, access, and equity?
  • Will it matter if there is an “enhanced divide” between “new” people classifications?
  • How would such a divide make communication difficult between “normals” and the “enhanced”?
  • How should the enhancement of children be approached?
  • What kind of societal disruptions might arise from human enhancement?
  • Should there be any limits on enhancement for military purposes?
  • Might enhanced humans count as someone’s intellectual property?
  • Will we need to rethink the very meaning of “ethics,” given the dawn of enhancement?

The “Ethics of Human Enhancement” report was authored by the nsf-funded research team of Dr. Fritz Allhoff (Western Michigan University), Dr. Patrick Lin (California Polytechnic State University), Prof. James Moor (Dartmouth College), and Prof. John Weckert (Center for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics/Charles Sturt University, Australia) as part of a three-year ethics study on human enhancement and emerging technologies. “No matter where one is aligned on this issue, it is clear that the human enhancement debate is a deeply passionate and personal one, striking at the heart of what it means to be human,” explained Dr. Lin in the report. Then, with surprising candor, he added, “Some see it as a way to fulfill or even transcend our potential; others see it as a darker path towards becoming Frankenstein’s monster.”


Thomas Horn is an internationally recognized lecturer, publisher, radio host and best selling author of several books including the newest with his wife Nita, Forbidden Gates. His works have been referred to by writers of the L. A. Times Syndicate, MSNBC, Christianity Today, New Man Magazine, World Net Daily, News Max, White House Correspondents and dozens of newsmagazines and press agencies around the globe. Thomas has been interviewed by US Congressmen and Senators on his findings as well as featured repeatedly in major media including top-ten talk shows, America’s Morning News for The Washington Times, CBN, The Harvest Show, Prophecy in the News, and  the Southwest Radio Church. Thomas received the highest degree honorary doctorate bestowed in 2007 from legendary professor Dr. I.D.E. Thomas for his research into ancient history, and his books have been endorsed by such national leaders as Dr. James Kennedy.


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