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Not Blending in Very Well

Could there be some day a Radix Fidem military chaplain? Not likely, though not impossible. For now, it would require a fairly radical change in government. That is, the kind of process for seeking government recognition as a valid religious … Continue reading

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Lord, Open Their Eyes

One of the primary consequences of the American Christian obsession with “going to Heaven” is the obvious estrangement from Biblical Law and the riches of living in shalom in the fallen world. It’s more than mere disconnected doctrine, though; it’s … Continue reading

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Log and Ops

During my last tour of service in the US Army, I was engaged in a very vivid ministry of leadership in the American military community where I was stationed. At some point, that window of opportunity closed as a large … Continue reading

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Covenant Soldier

When it comes to human events in this world, everything rests on the Covenants. Nothing we do in this life can be isolated from the applicable covenant. Let’s not bog this down with chasing all the ways in which the … Continue reading

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Mission Priorities

Our path is communion with Creation. We don’t have wisdom so much as we participate in divine wisdom. Sometimes we can communicate that wisdom to other people as a way of signalling that we can offer something worth their attention. … Continue reading

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It’s Who I Am

Why do you do it? It’s who I am. I fully admit that I was a fool, but not the kind of fool most people think I was. I was a fool for believing the lies. Not in the sense … Continue reading

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A Quick Shot

If want the propaganda version, you can find it lots of places. It’s baloney. The real Warrior’s Creed (from Robert L. Humphrey): Wherever I walk, everyone is a little bit safer because I am there. Wherever I am, anyone in … Continue reading

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