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Radix Fidem Curriculum: Conceptualizing

Part 3 (exploring Biblical Law) 1. Conceptualizing We need to think in terms of Biblical Law. It’s a blessing from God that we have the written record of the Covenant of Moses, for it exemplifies Noah, which remains in effect. … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: Anthropology

6. Anthropology Westerners in general, and Americans in particular, are bound under a horrific, demonic mythology about the heart. It’s far more than an organ that pumps blood through you body. Even scientists know that the heart has its own … Continue reading

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Pastoral Psychology and the Heart 04

Moral truth was firmly established before Creation. The fatal flaw in choosing the Forbidden Fruit is that the human intellect is utterly incapable of being objective. Reason leading to objective truth is just a myth. Inevitably the traffic feeding into … Continue reading

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Psalm 32

Hebrew theology acknowledged the Spirit Realm but carefully avoiding presuming to say much about it. The primary issue was not whether one’s spirit was alive or dead, but whether one was morally alive or dead. One who seemed morally insensitive … Continue reading

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Obvious and Wrong

In the Kingdom of Heaven, good and evil are determined by the Spirit of God. That means we cannot rely on mere utility. It’s not in the nature of the thing, but in whether it serves the purpose of God’s … Continue reading

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