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Biblical Law is its own reward. We need to understand that shalom is both requirement and reward. We need to keep before our eyes how Biblical Law is the character of Christ. We should desire it by reflex as the … Continue reading
If we are going to follow Christ, we cannot afford to insert into our religion a value system that He did not hold. If there’s one thing this blog shouts out repeatedly, it’s that Western morals do not reflect those … Continue reading
Something inside of us longs for holiness, longs to leave this sinful world behind. The Creator didn’t make you gay or a pedophile nor any other brand of pervert. You are that way because of the Fall. We are born … Continue reading
Nehemiah wrote in his official diary: I gave the charge of Jerusalem to my brother Hanani, and Hananiah the leader of the citadel, for he was a faithful man and feared God more than many. (Nehemiah 7:2 NKJV) What does … Continue reading
Aristotelian logic is valid for its purpose. It has its place, but that place is not at the top of human awareness. The reason I spend so much time castigating Aristotelian logic is because it has serious limits. It is … Continue reading