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Moral Clarity on China, Russia and Trade

I wanted to clarify something political that seems to be poorly understood. Let’s review: We have globalists who are trying another Tower of Babel operation. They operate as an idolatrous cult that takes a great deal from The Cult [PDF] … 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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Keep Your Escape Pod Handy

Here’s the foundation: God’s revealed will for the human race under the Curse of the Fall. His Law Covenants speak to us of how reality was designed and how to get the most from a bad situation. We can mitigate … Continue reading

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Vision of the Ages in the Current Context

It’s ancient; there’s nothing new about it. How many of you have given attention to the Gospel accounts of the lynch mob whipped up by the Sanhedrin to demand Jesus’ crucifixion? Whenever the evil establishment is threatened by loss of … Continue reading

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There’s No Saving It

The distinction between the political left and right is quite real in the minds of most Americans. It’s the structure of how the average resident of the US sees their world. Even if they consider themselves centrist, it’s a reference … Continue reading

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He Still Could…

Someone asked me what I imagine it would take for Trump to turn things around. Answer: he can’t. It’s too late for him to restore his election agenda. That’s gone. The image of manly resolve that helped sweep him into … Continue reading

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Safe Distance

Who are you? That’s the one question that matters most. Not in the sense of some static answer, because that would never work unless you are dead. Rather, it’s the query of who you are in this moment. Nobody says … Continue reading

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