Proof by Assertion

“A lie told often enough becomes truth.” Vladimir Lenin may have been documented as saying it first, but the philosophy began in heaven.  Lucifer understood the power of this type of informal fallacy.  He claimed God was unjust and many people believe it. To put it simply, proof by assertion insists that a statement is true because it is said to be true.  Say something and keep saying it until all your detractors vanish, or repeat it so often it becomes familiar and trustworthy.  This luciferian tactic is used today.

Here is a lie about protein consumption that has been proven by assertion:  A healthy adult needs 8% of their calories from protein.  You can find that recommendation from various authorities and some health proponents actually suggest higher rates of consumption.  But think about this…

Human milk is only 5.5% protein.  God intended mother’s milk for the time in life when we need the most protein.  Should a healthy adult require more protein than a new born baby?

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According to the CDC’s National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey the average American adult gets 16% of their calories from protein.  That is almost three times as much as what God knows an infant needs.  The high protein diet encouraged and eaten in the USA causes osteoporosis, kidney disease, cancer and many other of the diseases of prosperity.   So today you can either believe the informal fallacy or take a stand and live according to Biblical reason and logic.

The following recipe for chili is hearty and tastes great without being high in protein.

Chili

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6 large garlic cloves, crushed

5 large red/orange sweet peppers, chopped

3 med onions, diced

Sauté the vegetables.  When the  garlic, peppers and onions are soft add:

1 6 ounce can of tomato paste

Stir the tomato paste into the vegetables until it is dissolved.

Next add:

2 large cans red kidney beans

1 large can crushed tomatoes

1 large can whole peeled tomatoes

1 tsp each oregano, basil

1 1/2 tsp each cumin, coriander

1 tbsp onion powder

1 tsp salt

Heat all the ingredients through and serve.

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