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Theology and Practice: Evangelism

We seek and keep shalom. We live by the Covenant and shalom is the whole point. It’s more than just the blessings granted to obedience; it is obedience itself. Biblical Law is its own reward. It is harmony with reality. … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: Justice

The Law of God, expressed in His Covenants, is the measure of justice. The fundamental question is: Who has been offended? When one has answered this question, all other issues have already been decided. Once we as children of His … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: Worship

In English, His proper name is Jehovah. He still answers to a lot of other things, but the business of worship is “calling on the name of the Lord.” That is a very ancient phrase that refers to celebrating the … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: Israel

We reject Dispensationalism and Zionism. They were the Chosen Nation, under the Covenant of Moses. They walked away from that Covenant. The Talmud is a Hellenistic perversion of what was an already shaky adherence to Moses. Judaism is not the … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: Missions

Covenants remain the measure of all things. The mission of Israel was to be a covenant nation. Nothing else mattered. Their identity as the people of the Covenant of Moses was everything. The Covenant itself said that DNA didn’t matter; … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: Ecclesiology

We evaluate all things by the Covenants. That’s how God communicates with humanity. The whole revelation of God presumes you understand things in terms of His Covenants. When it comes to questions of human organization in this fallen world, only … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: The Trinity

Short answer: Our Radix Fidem covenant is neutral on the doctrine of the Trinity. We are neither for it nor against it. This requires I remind everyone that our covenant is openly anti-western. We don’t believe there is such a … Continue reading

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