I have to admit that the whole 200 year plan idea (masked by some as "multi-generational faithfulness" or whatever) for world domination is fascinating. Bizarre, and perhaps psychotic, but fascinating. Geoff Botkin is the inventor of the plan, and not exactly a guy I would look at as stable. You can read more about him here.
The idea is to choke out the cultural opposition by sheer force of numbers. Breed. Breed. Breed. Then... Indoctrinate. Indoctrinate. Indoctrinate. It acts to determine the course and outcomes of life for future generations - before they've ever been born - as they'll, through the indoctrination, share the "vision". Keep in mind, they're not talking about God doing this. They're talking about patriarchs doing this. If they can get these future generations bred and indoctrinated sufficiently, there'll be enough of these cultural warriors around to gain positions of power and influence to essentially take over the government and restore America as a "Christian nation".
Personally, I think their aim is the preservation, promotion, and imposition of white, conservative culture (which they confuse with Christianity), with it being masked behind a facade of wholesomeness and family values (dysfunctional, in my book), but that's just me reading the figurative tea leaves. It's kinda like these Hollywood stars who get their faces stretched every which way to Sunday, trying to shave off years and create the illusion of youthful beauty, staging a race against the clock which they're guaranteed to lose. Who do they think they're fooling? They end up looking like they're wearing a really bad mask of themselves from 20 years ago. It's the same for these dominionist movements. You can throw words like faith, family, godliness, biblical, honor and the like all over it, but words like crazy, dangerous, proud, and scripture-defying tell the more accurate story.
It's almost like shaking one's fist at God in defiance.
Let's look at putting faith in a numbers game, scripturally...From 2nd Samuel 24...
So David gave orders to Joab and the army officers under him, "Canvass all the tribes of Israel, from Dan to Beersheba, and get a count of the population. I want to know the number." But Joab resisted the king: "May your God multiply people by the hundreds right before the eyes of my master the king, but why on earth would you do a thing like this?"
Even Joab, scoundrel that he was, knew, and feared, the consequence of the king putting more faith in the size of his army than in God. It ended up costing the lives of thousands. Through faith, God can work through miniscule numbers. Reliance on human power rather than Heavenly power strikes me as ironic for a group that makes such a huge deal out of "rebellion".
Now, to putting faith into a 200 year human plan...From James 4...
And now I have a word for you who brashly announce, "Today—at the latest, tomorrow—we're off to such and such a city for the year. We're going to start a business and make a lot of money." You don't know the first thing about tomorrow. You're nothing but a wisp of fog, catching a brief bit of sun before disappearing. Instead, make it a habit to say, "If the Master wills it and we're still alive, we'll do this or that." As it is, you are full of your grandiose selves. All such vaunting self-importance is evil. In fact, if you know the right thing to do and don't do it, that, for you, is evil.
This 200 year plan doesn't seem to run on biblical combustion any more than the breeding/numbers angle does. Seems to be very much a human conception. In fact, the word "evil" is applied, in every translation, coming from the Greek "poneros", which means "wicked/bad". "Full of your grandiose selves", or, in most translations, "boasting", comes from the Greek word "alazoneia", which means "an impious and empty presumption which trusts in the stability of earthy things". Very telling.
This is some cultic stuff. I don't see much of even so much as a trace of Christ (invoked disingenuously) in most of it. People at the top of the food chain are getting rich off of it, though. Gotta love that patriarchy business.
I go on record as saying that, in the big picture, I see these as some of the most dangerous people on the planet. I'm not kidding. I fear that their Heaven looks a lot like hell. The earthly dominion they envision sure does.