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I’ve rattled my cage long and often on subject of epistemology. The Ancient Hebrew mystical approach is not simply another one on the menu of options; it is the approach God cultivated in the minds of those who knew Him … Continue reading
My first conscious awareness of the Spirit Realm came at age nine. That was my spiritual birth. I was over fifty when I came to the understanding of the heart-led way. I consider it an outright miracle that I’ve gotten … Continue reading
There are no general principles, but there is a narrative of expectations. Without chasing all the essential antecedents, I remind readers that you must understand the Bible as a largely Hebrew document whose content either assumes an ancient Hebrew mystical … Continue reading
Mystery is essential to our existence. We are designed to live by revelation. Our God is too great and marvelous for us to understand, and this is part of what draws us to Him. Revelation necessarily includes an element of … Continue reading
Spiritual truth defies precise description. The only proper language for it is indicative language: characterizing, symbolism, parable. God Himself views all of human history as spread out before Him and nothing hinders His hand from adjusting anything anywhere or anywhen. … Continue reading
Feel free to dismiss me as a nut, but I hope you are at least entertained by how I try to put some things into context. Radix Fidem doesn’t just embrace a broad range of assumptions about reality; it attempts … Continue reading