The Good, The Bad, and the Echo Chamber ~ video by tbckawaii

Cognitive dissonance

“In psychology, cognitive dissonance is the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual  who simultaneously holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values.  This discomfort is triggered by a situation in which a person’s belief clashes with new evidence perceived by that person. When confronted with facts that contradict personal beliefs, ideals, and values, people will find a way to resolve the contradiction in order to reduce their discomfort.” (Wikipedia)

It is our continued prayer that those who are searching for truth continue to  read, watch, listen and compare all the information presented, weigh it carefully and prayerfully and hold all to the light of scripture. For those who maybe struggling feel free to contact us. These are hard things and we need each other. Blessings


3 thoughts on “The Good, The Bad, and the Echo Chamber ~ video by tbckawaii

  1. Thank you for your comment Lianne. We are in agreement with you that God bring this to and end and that eyes and hearts will be open to the truth. God bless

  2. Dear friends,
    This critique and the ones made by this brother previously prove without doubt that David Nathan, the Menelaws and Intercessors for Britain have all been grossly misrepresented by Jacob Prasch and his cohorts. I am praying that justice will be done, and especially that David Nathan is vindicated and his good name restored. I have heard him preach in the UK and found him to be a very good Bible teacher and a man of great uprightness and integrity. I cannot say that about Jacob Prasch; I would have to say the very opposite. May the Lord bring his wicked agenda to an end.

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