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Keep Watch for Turmoil

If you are heart-led, if you really buy into this Radix Fidem Christian Mysticism stuff, you are a threat to the system. I can tell you from working within the clergy of several evangelical denominations that what holds them together … Continue reading

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Programmable Humanity

There’s a wide body of literature and videos about MKULTRA and similar efforts to program people to do things they wouldn’t otherwise do. In regards to the CIA’s studies, it typically revolves around programming people to engage in sex as … Continue reading

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Trust Your Heart Alone

You cannot simply turn your mind off. The heart-led way puts the heart back on its proper throne, making the intellect a mighty servant. Without your mind, you cannot organize and implement obedience to what the convictions of the heart … Continue reading

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He Doesn’t Get Tired of Us

There’s no way I can compel you to do it. If it doesn’t call your name and make you feel hungry and thirsty for all you can get, there’s nothing any one else can do to make it real for … Continue reading

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Not Blending in Very Well

Could there be some day a Radix Fidem military chaplain? Not likely, though not impossible. For now, it would require a fairly radical change in government. That is, the kind of process for seeking government recognition as a valid religious … Continue reading

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What’s In Your Hands?

We cannot right every wrong; we should not try. The fundamental mistake made by Crusaders of every stripe is relying on their reason as the voice of God. Reason is inherently hostile to God; it is the very essence of … Continue reading

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The Mark of Humanity

Thanks to Jay, I was able to watch Blade Runner 2049. I’m frankly disappointed. Granted, I have gripes about it as a movie; most movies these days stink. But my biggest gripe is the very disappointing way the question of … Continue reading

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