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Radix Fidem Curriculum: Divine Justice

8. Divine Justice No matter how much we could write or say, nothing replaces the heart-led passion of conviction. Conviction burns with the fire of divine justice. The only question then is adapting our thinking and our gut reactions to … Continue reading

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To Fear God

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

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Marriage: Covenant within Covenant

First, allow me to list some Bible references for this: Genesis 2:24, 31:19; Deuteronomy 7:1-4; Ruth 1:16-18; Esther 1:10-22; Ezra 9:1-2, 10:1-14. In the Ancient Near East (ANE), there was a particular recurring problem that was addressed by the Covenant … Continue reading

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Imprecatory Ride

During times of tribulation is when you see the most miracles. Let’s review. When Christ rose from the grave, He merged law and faith into a single Covenant in His blood. Of course, we know that law still works for … Continue reading

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Religion versus Faith

Again: We cannot ape the ancient Hebrew society. We can learn from their ways and their covenant how to discern God’s moral character woven into Creation. Your own personal heart-led wisdom, and your sense of mission and calling for divine … Continue reading

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Glossolalia and Such

This tends to be a sticky issue because too many people take themselves too seriously. As a consequence, they take their positions on things too seriously, and get mightily offended if your position is different. I’ve had considerable experience working … Continue reading

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Covenant Book: 05 The Covenant

So much for preliminary matters; here we present the written form of the Radix Fidem Covenant. 1. Consciously and emphatically non-Western. This means we exclude the fundamental materialism and rationalism that makes man the measure of all things. We go … Continue reading

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