The Pentecostal Church’s Seven Mountains Mandate is an affront to democracy and a danger to society.
THE SEVEN MOUNTAINS mentioned in the Book of Revelations in the New Testament are taken by mainstream Bible interpreters to refer to the evil empire on the Tiber, the seven hills of Rome.
A minority of Christians, less historically oriented, have another interpretation.
A branch of dominionism, which sees adherents of their variety of Christianity as entitled to dominion over the Earth, interprets the Seven Mountains as aspects of human society.
The Seven Mountains over which they claim dominion are education, religion, family, business, government and the military, arts and entertainment, and the media.
This is an important part of American evangelical Christianity. It is widely supported by adherents of the collection of churches know as Pentecostal.