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No compromise: The nature of The Fall was enthroning human reason over the superior moral wisdom of the heart-mind. The Curse of the Fall is so deeply ingrained that we struggle to find words to explain it. Casual readers are … Continue reading →
And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the … Continue reading →
Just a little administrivia: I’ve finally finished the review of my notes on Matthew’s Gospel. I’ve posted it here. You can save that single webpage as a file and all the formatting is included. I’ve also added a new permanent … Continue reading →
I’m a prophet to America. For the longest time I suffered under the delusion that I was training for pastoral ministry, but I was actually a missionary among my own kind. Back when I served in the US military, I … Continue reading →
Biblical moral reasoning proceeds from the heart, not the head. We live to reflect the glory of our Creator back at Him. Broadly speaking, human conduct glorifies Him by adhering to His revelation, both in the doing and in reaping … Continue reading →
The fundamental issue is who you are. On this blog, I strive to set the example. Not that you should follow me, but I want you to emulate how I follow Christ. The whole business of manifesting the Kingdom of … Continue reading →
Some thoughts… As always, I support DIY religion. Nothing binds you to my teaching and certainly none of my calling. When I write, I assume you at least have an interest in what I have to say, if not some … Continue reading →