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Radix Fidem Booklet 4

4. We follow Christ. Jesus Christ as a historical figure was the final revelation of God’s moral character. Everything that departs from His teaching is inherently wrong. No living human — past, present or future — could claim to be … Continue reading

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02 Big Dig

Who are you? Who did God intend for you to be? There are several parables for this. I rather like the image of God handing Moses two stone tablets. Try to wash from your mind the popular artwork depicting Moses … Continue reading

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Defeating Israel

I have a plan for defeating Israel. Israel’s primary weapon against Gentiles is a two-edged sword. One edge is the huge guilt trip over their Holocaust; the other edge is perverted Christian religion. I don’t have to answer those at … Continue reading

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Why Noah’s Law?

It’s a matter of faith: We stand ready to die for the name of Christ. I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer just me living in this fleshly body, but Christ lives in me, too. Now the … Continue reading

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The Humble Shepherd King

It was a high and festive day when King David brought up the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem. He set up a proper Tent of Meeting in the courtyard. Keep in mind that the city was still rather primitive … Continue reading

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Psalm 119: Lamed 89-96

(Kiln blog is still not working properly, so this Bible lesson is posted here only.) We celebrate God’s faithfulness; you can’t go wrong trusting His revelation. The psalmist declares that the Lord’s self-disclosure stands eternally in the Spirit Realm. Destroy … Continue reading

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Proverbs 20 (Part 2)

(Recall that the context here is contrasting human justice against God’s divine moral character.) 16. Take the garment of him who is surety for a stranger; and take a pledge from him for strangers. Making loans on these terms are … Continue reading

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