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Can’t Fight Reality

This is a matter of understanding Law as the character of reality. In other words, we never view Biblical Law as a restriction we have to put up, as if reality was going to allow something that Law keeps away … Continue reading

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Family Business

Here’s a thought experiment: What is the business model of Radix Fidem? As a matter of context, we don’t have a profit model because it works as a non-profit, a totally unregistered charity. That’s our effect in the business climate, … Continue reading

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Sermon on the Mount 16

Just Ask 7:7-11 First, we must establish that ask-seek-knock are ancient common images of prayer and worship in Hebrew culture. In this context it should be painfully obvious we aren’t talking about mere hedonistic comforts. The whole point here is … Continue reading

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Covenant Book: 03 Cascading Dependencies

What we propose here is a radical transformation of how we do religion. In philosophical terms, religion is a human response to some higher spiritual drive. It’s not that we suggest the various religions of the world are all a … Continue reading

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God’s Law Is Different 2

If you are going to critique what governments do, it must be based on Biblical Law. It is imperative that we get ourselves into the habit of doing everything by the leading of the heart. Never assume you already know … 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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A Little More about “Law”

In the Ancient Near Eastern (ANE) mind, “law” was nothing like our Western concept. It was always envisioned as a covenant. It was personal and feudal in nature. The closest term we can use is a “suzerain-vassal treaty,” and even … Continue reading

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