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Antidote to Fear 01

There are no general principles, but there is a narrative of expectations. Without chasing all the essential antecedents, I remind readers that you must understand the Bible as a largely Hebrew document whose content either assumes an ancient Hebrew mystical … Continue reading

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Where His Footsteps Lead Us

Just a few reminders to help you keep your focus clearly on Christ. The Tower of Babel narrative in Scripture isn’t about Nimrod, as if the only problem was who was in charge. Nor was it about his brand of … Continue reading

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Yet Another Discussion of Law and Grace

My religion is Christian Mysticism. I’m sure you’ll associate all kinds of ideas with that, and most of them will be wrong, but it’s the closest I can get for you, because I am not part of the mainstream. That’s … Continue reading

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Science Not Pointless, But Can Be

I’m responding to this article. For those familiar with the study of philosophy, it seems rather simple. However, for those who aren’t used to delving into fundamental cultural assumptions, it may be challenging. The biblical position is in two steps. … Continue reading

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Activate the Nodes

Just a short reminder: Reception of the truth into the mind from the heart uses the same part of the brain where the imagination is found. We could say it’s all in the wiring. Your heart addresses the mind in … Continue reading

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Rejoice with Us!

Here’s something the mainstream church has gotten wrong over the centuries: We should never seek to cultivate the approval of outsiders. Granted, I can easily find a lot of church folks echoing that sentiment, but when pastors stop posting resumes, … Continue reading

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Problem of the Trinity Doctrine

Summary: The problem is that standard Trinitarian doctrine attempts to pin something down logically that is way beyond human logic. This keeps coming up in discussions. On the one hand, we can reject Arianism, for example, on the basis of … Continue reading

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