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Guarding What Was Entrusted to Our Stewardship

Thus far in our study of the Sermon on the Mount, we’ve already come across a trio of statements by Jesus often misquoted in English to pervert His teaching. We have His words about making peace, about turning the other … Continue reading

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Stasis Is Bad Juju

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

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The Image of Power

You must find your own balance point, and it will always be contextual. It’s a dynamic thing that requires constant attention and prayer, seeking the sweet spot where God’s glory in your life shines brightest, and where moral peace is … Continue reading

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Dominion of Divine Wisdom

Jesus told His disciples (Matthew 19:3-9) that, under the Covenant, God tolerated a certain amount of hardening in the heart against the divine moral character. The Mosaic Code on divorce was a practical solution in the context. The best souls … Continue reading

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Can’t Sleep

Something is burning in my soul and it’s keeping me from taking a nap. For some twenty years I have been chasing down the dark alleys of my soul, trying to find out who God meant me to be. It’s … Continue reading

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Recruiting for Conquest

For all intents and purposes, Trump is no longer Trump. The imperialist Borg have subsumed him into their machinations. The only difference now is the petty disagreements among the imperialists as to which coterie of buddies gets to plunder the … Continue reading

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01 An Elder’s Moral Covering

I’m not a leader; I’m an elder. I don’t lead; I provide moral covering. You’ll find plenty of biblical references to the symbol of “covering for sins.” It goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden and the … Continue reading

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