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Tag Archives: feudalism
I challenge you to search it out for yourself. Almost every mention in the Bible of justice and doing right boils down to protecting the members of society who are defenseless. It’s typically symbolized by the image of protecting orphans … Continue reading
I still read a lot of news about mainstream Christian religious activities. There seems to be some confusion about Hebrew feudal relations in the Old Testament household. Most of what we see in Western Christianity is far closer to Germanic … Continue reading
Satan cannot infest Creation. Yet again, it is impossible to declare principles. We are discussing moral truth, which transcends mere words. It’s not that evil magic cannot afflict you in this world, but that you must first believe it before … Continue reading
I’m taking the liberty of linking this article again because I want you to at least scan the outline of how SJWs operate, and maybe see the advice on how to survive the attack. This is how some would handle … Continue reading
One symptom of the Curse of the Fall is our natural tendency to trust charisma over moral truth. God works through His Creation. Indeed, Creation — Reality — is imbued with His moral character. In terms of human experience, there … Continue reading
Ref: yesterday’s post about 2 Samuel 24. In particular I want you to pay attention to the comments and my response to Mr. T’s questions. Look at the title of this post and think it through: That’s three words representing … Continue reading