Use doctrine to divide. Encourage heresy. Find someone who reflects our master’s excellent trait of pride. That person will champion a heresy. Soon, many will follow the heretic away from the truth, because so many do not know the truth and have no discernment. Some will rise up against the heretics. Be sure they get labeled “divisive” and “mean-spirited.” The fight could go on for centuries if you are clever enough in your work.
Doctrine is essential to the church—but you must never let the church know that. Doctrine is the key to unity in the church. Only a church united around doctrine can survive the winds of time and change—but you must never let them know that. Doctrine is essential to the Christian’s love for God and love for others. Doctrine is very simply knowing the Enemy, and the more Christians know the Enemy, the more they will love the Enemy and love others—but you must never let them know that. Instead, teach them that doctrine is dangerous, that doctrine divides, that doctrine is deadly.
Use clichés. Once these get repeated enough, people believe them.