Don’t let the fact that it has no God fool you. Technocracy is a religion.
Technocracy is the “science” of social engineering, the economy of the future by the dissolution of the politics of the past. It is the intentional replacement of the nation-state with a new world order in which yesterday’s politicians are subservient to tomorrow’s scientists and engineers.
Technocracy has been around as a religion since at least 1919 when a man named Howard Scott founded a movement called the Technical Alliance based on the “rule of experts” as an answer to the partisan politics of his day. The group broke up in 1921 but the ideas gained traction.
The ties of the movement to eugenics and national socialism in Germany via a fledging IBM (who shared a building with the short-lived Columbia University think tank) notwithstanding, the zealous missionary zeal of its adherents ensured that this new utopian vision would take root in the leading minds of the next generation.
You can google “Agenda 21” for yourself. But rest assured that a “comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment” will impact the teaching and thinking at a church near you, if it hasn’t already.
This is why it is important that you don’t so much listen to experts as become one. You are the only expert on you. You are one of the few experts on your family. You are an expert on your neighborhood in ways that I will never be, and your congregation needs you to be enough of an expert on what the Bible says to support your pastor when he takes a stand on Truth against the many lies of the evil one and his endless streams of fad false religions.
“The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist,” or so the line goes. But just because the new priesthood says, “This has nothing to do with religion. We believe in science,” there is no reason to be apathetic about their designs to steal your crown.