Tag Archives: heart-led

Adjust Your Perceptions

You cannot know Christ without your heart. It may well be you are His, bought with a price, but you cannot truly know Him without a mystical encounter through your heart-mind. It’s not a question of sentiment, though it will … Continue reading

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Toward a Heart-led Psychology

Just a review first: The single greatest influence on popular American thinking about psychology is Freud. That’s sad, because we know that Freud was a sick, twisted pervert. Not only did he inject his perversion into his theory, but forced … Continue reading

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We Get Front-row Seats

Radix Fidem is a name I chose because no one else came up with a better idea at the time. Before that I referred to “the roots of faith” in English. The concept of the heart-led way is ancient; even … Continue reading

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Ax in the Forest

The heart-led way is a lonely path. On the one hand, we are never actually alone because all of Creation is our friend. On the other hand, that in itself socially isolates us. The fault is with everyone else who … Continue reading

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Covenant Book: 08 Not Green

We do not worship the creature, but the Creator. Redemption through Biblical Law restores us to our natural place in Creation. There is a sense in which we return to Eden by passing through the Flaming Sword of revelation. It … Continue reading

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Covenant Book: 07 How We Live

The American mind is exceedingly uncomfortable with the idea that reality is fluid and not static. Indeed, no two of us will experience reality exactly the same. That’s because reality is a person. While all of us will share enough … Continue reading

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Experiential Lore

Some of you are aware that Paul in particular, but a couple other writers in the New Testament, mentioned oral lore connected with the Old Testament. I suppose it’s what the Talmud should have been, and would have been before … Continue reading

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