Tag Archives: covenant community of faith

Status Report and Parable

We know everything, but we aren’t fully conscious of all of it yet. That’s how it works when you discover the heart-led way. You realize that your convictions have all the answers to every question you’ll ever confront, but there … Continue reading

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The Drawing Power

How do you know? What’s the clue that religion is working as it should? To be honest, the only thing we have that most people can grasp readily is inner peace. So our biggest problem is getting people to be … Continue reading

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Not for Me to Decide

The question came up again, and I suppose I need to rehash it one more time. We cannot resurrect the Old Testament social order. We are not aping the Hebrew culture; we are trying to understand the moral reasoning for … Continue reading

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We Want More

Let me attempt to draw a picture here. I very much want a community, a fellowship based on shared beliefs. Not conformity and uniformity, because a primary doctrine at work here is the necessity of seeking to share what can … Continue reading

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Contextual Law and Divorce

We struggle against a vast ocean of cultural bias against revelation. For example: Do you understand that communion and spiritual unity demands individuality? If you are not reaching for the fullness of your heritage in Christ as a unique individual … Continue reading

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Network of Souls

If my religion is called “Kiln of the Soul,” then any covenant community of faith arising from that religion should be called the “Network of Souls.” I’ve offered discussion of DIY Religion in general and DIY Christianity. Both are tightly … Continue reading

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