Tag Archives: marriage

Treasures in a Far Country

Ancient Israel was an agrarian tribal society living in what we now call the Levant. The Law of Moses was specifically suited to that people, that time, that place. The New Testament pointedly says we are not obliged to copy … Continue reading

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Courtship and Longing

Courtship leading to marriage is a badly broken model. In a fully developed parallel society of heart-led awareness, there would be no courtship. Marriages would be arranged by heart-led elders, the people who know the couple best. Granted, the arrangements … Continue reading

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Outreach to the Red Pill Community

We have a covenant we call Radix Fidem. One of the fundamental concepts in Radix Fidem is the preeminence of Biblical Law. The term itself is synonymous with the person of Jesus Christ as the ultimate revelation of God. We … Continue reading

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We Know We Need It

Over at Σ Frame Jack has posted a couple of pieces that touch on the question we’ve been trying to answer for quite some time here. 1. Scott’s conclusions on courtship and marriage incubation 2. Called to return from exile … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — Luke 16:15-18

Jesus has been teaching and explaining how the Covenant was aimed at allowing fallen people, kicked out of Eden, to find their way back through the Flaming Sword. The whole purpose of the ritual law was to provoke genuine penitence, … Continue reading

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Kiln of the Soul: Discerning the Context

Israel was a covenant nation. Regardless of geographical borders, they were the same nation wherever they were. Nor was it a question of DNA. According to that covenant, anyone from any genetic heritage could embrace the covenant and become an … Continue reading

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We Are Pioneers

Let’s be clear: In the Bible, Law is Law. The proper approach to Law is the Hebrew mystical traditions of seeing through the particulars as limited expressions of something deeper and more substantive. The whole idea is to inspire awe … Continue reading

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