Tag Archives: evangelism

Unconcealed City on a Hill

Matthew 5:13-16 — What we have is too good to keep to ourselves. Worse, failure to share it would violate everything we value. A couple of years ago when I tried to set up a more substantial website for Radix … Continue reading

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The Vast Reaches of Eden

The Kingdom of Heaven bears fruit; that is its nature. We are fallen creatures, expelled from Eden and the Tree of Life. Our existence is not what God intended, and He has taken the initiative to restore us. God has … Continue reading

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Sin Is a Tragedy

Here at Kiln of the Soul, we teach that Biblical Law is self-enforcing. We as individuals struggle to enforce the divine will on ourselves, much less on anyone else. Yet we are obliged to try despite the inevitable failures. Moreover, … Continue reading

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Stir Up the Gift

Just a reminder: Prophecy doesn’t work the way most Westerners think it should. That’s why we have thousands of very real prophets who get no attention, and may well be deeply confused themselves. Meanwhile, Westerners keep chasing after a whole … Continue reading

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Glory Behind Walls

I hope you take the time to read Christine’s post Managing the “Ick” Factor. For me it was a good reminder and good timing. As we descend farther into this time of tribulation, there will be a whole raft of … Continue reading

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Another Religious Word: Discipleship

“Make disciples of all the nations,” Jesus said (Matthew 28:19). During my adult life, I recall when the word “discipleship” became a big thing during the late 1970s. It’s one of several competing themes in the mainstream religious market that … Continue reading

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A Spoonfull of Crow

I have to confess I didn’t do it right, and I regret my mistake. The other day my wife and I were at Walmart. A rather large older man approached me. In his hand was visible one of those cheap … Continue reading

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