Tag Archives: Garden of Eden

Targets Painted on Our Backs

We have one major advantage: We aren’t trying to change the world. We are merely tools for God to change people’s hearts. Nothing else we could do would make any difference. By awakening people to their true design and helping … Continue reading

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War on Revelation 05

We need a lore of truth that becomes our mental reflex. With it we need a body comparisons and contrasts with the current lies. Lies are the nature of this fallen realm of existence. It is not possible to know … Continue reading

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War on Revelation 02

We who seek to follow revelation understand that we will always be part of three worlds. First is the world as God intended it. That’s symbolized by the Garden of Eden, and is a higher realm outside the Curse of … Continue reading

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One Ambition

What’s my ostensible objective on this blog? My specialty is human religion. I’m striving to change the way people do Christian religion, in particular. This business of “heart-led” is just another term for genuine faith. I contend that you can’t … Continue reading

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The Fall of America 01

I sense the need to respond more broadly to some questions asked in private. Let me provide some context first as a sort of review. The US is doomed. America is under God’s wrath. Some of the cause for this … Continue reading

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Shredding the Cult of Babel

Take a fresh glance at Revelation 18. Keep in mind that I teach Revelation is mostly a matter of how God does things on this earth, and not so much a precise prediction of what is going to happen. It’s … Continue reading

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Romans 5-6 — Law versus Grace

I can’t promise that you’ll like my handling of this. Our difficulty is not merely that Western Christianity reads the words wrong, but that Western Christianity has a totally different set of assumptions about reality from what Paul held when … Continue reading

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