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Tag Archives: Creation
I cannot tell you where you need to stand; I can certainly tell you where I am standing. It was critical for me to study and seek to know the core of what makes our society today. This was a … Continue reading
“Just tell me this, man: Why does my mother have to get sick and die? She was a good person; she doesn’t deserve to die!” This is often leveled as an accusation. While it pretends to attack God, it’s really … Continue reading
Under the covenant of Radix Fidem, we hold the doctrine that Creation is alive, sentient and willful. Creation is generally the same thing as “reality” in the sense that Creation acts to defend its prerogatives. Creation is not all-powerful; that’s … Continue reading
I suppose it’s about time for a fresh restatement on this business of vaccines. The concept in itself isn’t that bad, but it won’t work for everything. Give someone’s body a very limited exposure to a weakened version of some … Continue reading
I want to refresh the logic here on something. Our American culture stoutly militates against the truth. Creation is not fallen; mankind is fallen. We were designed to be eternal creatures, placed in a Garden where not much else lives … Continue reading
You cannot know Christ without your heart. It may well be you are His, bought with a price, but you cannot truly know Him without a mystical encounter through your heart-mind. It’s not a question of sentiment, though it will … Continue reading