Tag Archives: moral consciousness

That Epistemology Thing Again

The core of cyber warfare is disinformation. Propaganda has never been more potent than it has become on the Internet. The problem is not mere data and facts, but the mythology that is built from a particular orientation. Thus, the … Continue reading

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How Divine Truth Works

God does not punish people; He punishes sin. People get hit with wrath because they are clinging to the sin He punishes. This is why it looks random to so many Westerners, because they simply cannot grasp the notion of … Continue reading

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Moral Battlefield

The last thing I want to do is convince you of the things we teach here at Kiln of the Soul. Every time I sit down at a computer to write, there is a constant refrain of warning to keep … Continue reading

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Aristotelian Logic Has Its Place

Aristotelian logic is valid for its purpose. It has its place, but that place is not at the top of human awareness. The reason I spend so much time castigating Aristotelian logic is because it has serious limits. It is … Continue reading

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Bridging the Two Realms

Of all the pernicious teachings I confront so often is the foul doctrine of false unity. The preacher thrusts his finger in the air and with grave assertion says, “Until the church unifies on the gospel truth, the world will … Continue reading

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Rejoice with Us!

Here’s something the mainstream church has gotten wrong over the centuries: We should never seek to cultivate the approval of outsiders. Granted, I can easily find a lot of church folks echoing that sentiment, but when pastors stop posting resumes, … Continue reading

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Of No Significance

Insofar as there is such a thing as “fate,” it’s best to view it as a person, not mere machinery. The choices you make do not simply ripple out into the future. Often the future ignores things you do and … Continue reading

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