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Moral Good is Multi-generational 02

If you can grasp Part 1 from yesterday, then you are in a position to understand why we reject Western style free market capitalism and libertarian philosophy. Everything in the West presumes a fundamental orientation on the individual. Even when … Continue reading

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Moral Good is Multi-generational 01

Divine revelation is just another term for a living Creation, the person of reality. If you defy revelation, you defy reality itself, and it’s a personal failure. Reality will take it as a personal insult from you, but it affects … Continue reading

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Your Living Treasure

This business of following Jesus is all about breaking apart the false assumptions this world has fed you. Here’s one false assumption: The basic purpose of a business is to make a profit. That’s so obvious that most people take … Continue reading

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You Get What You Ask For

There’s a lot of economics posturing out there, and the noise gets louder as things get more difficult. That is, it gets loudest when one special interest or another isn’t happy with their share of the loot. Something you need … Continue reading

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Shepherd’s Complaint

Going back to the scattered fragments and passing references from the most ancient sources, we gain a rough outline of the primordial shepherd. Not so much as the one who owns and herds sheep, but as the head of household … Continue reading

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