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Tag Archives: gospel
What drives us? There is one primary thing we hope to see, and it can be worded many different ways, but it’s all the same thing. We want for other people: set free from Satan’s deception and slavery reclaim their … Continue reading
There’s a lot of noise about defending Western Civilization as Christian. It’s not Christian, of course, but Western Civ has provided the platform for hijacking the label “Christian.” None of these scholars defending Western Civ wants to explain how a … Continue reading
You’ll recognize the reference to 2 Corinthians 4:7: “But we have this treasure in clay pots, that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us.” It’s all about the treasure, not the jars. This is … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. No matter where you touch the living truth, it always leads to other things. The Western tendency to make thinking discrete and linear, with binary logic, is a major hurdle to overcome … Continue reading
We don’t preach orthodoxy and action; our gospel is essentially awareness. The heart is far stronger and wiser than the mind. Lots of people already struggle with knowing; despite what their reason tells them, the power to do what they … Continue reading
The last thing we want is to fall into the trap of trying convince people. It is simply not possible to go there without sliding down into mere psychological manipulation. Changing someone’s mind accomplishes nothing eternal. We want to see … Continue reading