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Hebrew Feudal Relations

I still read a lot of news about mainstream Christian religious activities. There seems to be some confusion about Hebrew feudal relations in the Old Testament household. Most of what we see in Western Christianity is far closer to Germanic … Continue reading

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Biblical Morals: Constitution and Treason

This is a response to an off-line query. In order to understand questions of what is or is not treasonous, you have to take the whole context of the US Constitution. It’s a very well written attempt to promote a … Continue reading

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Just a Silly Story 08

Someone on 4chan claims to have baited Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti. A woman convinced him she had serious evidence that she had committed a sex act with three men at once, and one of them was Kavanaugh. Avenatti promised … Continue reading

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Just a Silly Story 07

In the next week or so, Trump and Q say Kavanagh will be confirmed as Supreme Court Justice. Most of what you read or hear is just noise; the whole resistance will fall apart. Meanwhile, Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller … Continue reading

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Law and Faith Together 02

Don’t try to make a parable walk on all-fours. Hebrew parable is the opposite of Western descriptive language. Whereas the latter seeks to encode discrete ideas that are the same in all contexts, parable seeks to offer imagery that adjusts … Continue reading

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Law and Faith Together 01

God is merciful. Let’s clarify some things regarding covenants. Some of you understand that law covenants are not the same as faith covenants. Faith is the goal; law is designed to make faith easier to find. The whole point of … Continue reading

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They Say It’s Nutty

It’s not that we pay no attention to the consequences of our choices, but that our knowledge of the consequences aren’t the primary guide for our choices. We do what’s morally right. Not because of any alleged good payoff, but … Continue reading

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