Category Archives: religion

No Going Back

We infiltrate; we refuse to assimilate. The call to a covenant community of faith is a calling to come out of the fallen world. We leave it behind and embrace something from another realm of existence, something eternal. It’s a … Continue reading

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Maybe This Time

What we seek to build is something akin to a cultural identity, but actually resting entirely on our covenant. History shows that a nation can stand about as good as any nation could if they are held together by some … Continue reading

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Let’s Keep It Small

The vision that drives me is far bigger than all of us together. The last thing I want is for this virtual parish and our religion to become mainstream. Instead, we need to keep our distance from the mainstream culture … Continue reading

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Faith, Religion and Life

Faith is the soul’s response to a touch from God. Religion is the implementation of what faith demands. Our religion is called Radix Fidem. You’ll search in vain in our documents or on this blog for any kind of prescribed … Continue reading

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Can I Interest You in a Metaphorical Shovel?

You can’t call it an ambition, but I strive to one end in this life: I want to be translated into Heaven like Enoch and Elijah. Getting there requires using everything God has granted us in this world to be … Continue reading

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The Clan of Radix Fidem

Bottom line: We are the Tribe of Christ. Within that great and massive tribe, we are the Clan of Radix Fidem. If you elect to be a part of this clan, there are loyalties and expectations. First and foremost, you … Continue reading

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What Will It Look Like Tomorrow?

Consider how this virtual parish began. One introverted outcast mumbles to himself online and attracts a few others like himself. I had no idea where I was going, but I knew it couldn’t be back into the mainstream. The longer … Continue reading

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