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Tag Archives: epistemology
We have a covenant we call Radix Fidem. One of the fundamental concepts in Radix Fidem is the preeminence of Biblical Law. The term itself is synonymous with the person of Jesus Christ as the ultimate revelation of God. We … Continue reading
Claiming monotheism is theology. It’s an intellectual position derived from a very non-intellectual faith. Henotheism is not theology; it’s a practice. In case that’s a new word to you, I’ll save you from looking it up: henotheism is the belief … Continue reading
I’m getting some minor harassment from someone who calls himself Zeno the Stoic. There is no reply to such men because they are driven by the same lies from Satan that got us into this fallen condition in the first … Continue reading
If you filled your memory with the knowledge about God, you would still not know Him. If you explored the entire universe and could analyze every detail, and all cause and effect, you would still not know reality. If you … Continue reading
The actual truth cannot be put into words; we can only present it as parable. Your heart can discern things the mind cannot, and an active heart-centered focus will protect your mind from it’s own inherent weaknesses. This is why … Continue reading
Let’s clarify something: What we here at Kiln of the Soul call “heart-led” is synonymous with genuine faith. The problem is that most Christians use the word “faith” with a different meaning, different from what we mean and different from … Continue reading