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Tag Archives: Creation
The only thing you can trust are the convictions in your heart. We should never be surprised when fools act foolish. You should have no reason at all to expect them to ever do anything else. It should never shock … Continue reading
Biblical Law is the Person of Christ. Get to know Him and you will know Biblical Law; this is the Covenant of Christ. It absolutely requires heart-led mysticism and spiritual birth. You are under that covenant when the Lord reaches … Continue reading
It’s a moral perversion to ignore the real problem in favor of false accusations. If you are going to participate in revealing God’s truth, don’t drag the Devil into it. It’s one kind of problem to declare that there is … Continue reading
Spiritual truth defies precise description. The only proper language for it is indicative language: characterizing, symbolism, parable. God Himself views all of human history as spread out before Him and nothing hinders His hand from adjusting anything anywhere or anywhen. … Continue reading
One more time: Under the Radix Fidem covenant, our teaching emphasizes living by Biblical Law. We teach that “Biblical Law” is a term equivalent to the moral character of God, equivalent to Jesus Christ Himself as a person. It’s not … Continue reading
I’m neither conservative nor liberal. Both of those terms presume a placement within the dominant culture. I rejected that a long time ago; I’m a primordial. I adhere to something that came before there was a Western Civilization. It’s a … Continue reading