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Tag Archives: human perception
Churches that emphasize changing the world are little more than political institutions. Such churches have chosen to participate in God’s cattle-herding of those oblivious to His will. This has nothing to do with whether they might actually be the sheep … Continue reading
Brother Jay and I are chatting about something in the background: The Western concept of destiny is unadulterated nonsense. First, we have to deal with the impossible notion that God is not bound by the past as we are in … Continue reading
As a philosophical statement, Radix Fidem teaches that reality is a living being — variable and personal. There is no such thing as objective reality; there is only experience and perception for each individual human. Reality is external to us, … Continue reading
Don’t follow the folly of this world. Matthew 26:52 is often misquoted. It’s a peculiar Western concept that one could “live by the sword.” It almost sounds poetic — live by the sword; die by the sword. But this places … Continue reading
Our culture is dominated by the illusion that reality can be objectively measured, as if the universe could exist without humans. God revealed that the universe would not exist were it not the proper setting for telling a story with … Continue reading
Nobody says having a goal in mind is somehow evil. What’s evil is the underlying mental frame of reference that makes accomplishment the measure of your worth. When you boil down Scripture to the essence, you discover God says holiness … Continue reading