Tag Archives: evangelism

There’s More We Can Do

We don’t want Radix Fidem to become popular, but we do want it to spread so more people can share in the blessing. Nobody has to tell us that this will never be mainstream; Jesus warned that it could never … Continue reading

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Comfort the Afflicted

You cannot comfort the comfortable. We teach that you should ensure your choice of residence is heart-led. A critical element in obeying the call of God is to reside where He wants you. The penalty for ignoring this is obvious: … Continue reading

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The Hedgerow of Lies 4

It’s not necessary to dig any deeper into the debate about Judaism and Jews. God has said repeatedly to His Chosen that He longs for them to return home to His revelation. We would love it if Jews would return … Continue reading

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What’s In Your Hands?

We cannot right every wrong; we should not try. The fundamental mistake made by Crusaders of every stripe is relying on their reason as the voice of God. Reason is inherently hostile to God; it is the very essence of … Continue reading

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A Ready Answer

We aren’t secretive; we are ignored. Radix Fidem doesn’t register on the radar screen. Perhaps you understand that the only way we could change that is to compromise on the very nature of what we do. Still, we struggle with … Continue reading

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It Was Never Real

Churches that emphasize changing the world are little more than political institutions. Such churches have chosen to participate in God’s cattle-herding of those oblivious to His will. This has nothing to do with whether they might actually be the sheep … Continue reading

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Lord, Open Their Eyes

One of the primary consequences of the American Christian obsession with “going to Heaven” is the obvious estrangement from Biblical Law and the riches of living in shalom in the fallen world. It’s more than mere disconnected doctrine, though; it’s … Continue reading

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