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In a virtual parish like ours, most of you don’t notice it, but we have plenty of folks hanging around who really don’t belong. If this were an actual church meeting together in some facility in meat space, you would … Continue reading

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Ain’t Happenin’ Here

Seven days without worship makes one weak. That’s an old pun — week/weak. Let’s pretend for a moment that I wasn’t able to post on my blog for a week or so. Let’s pretend further you all knew why, so … Continue reading

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Ax in the Forest

The heart-led way is a lonely path. On the one hand, we are never actually alone because all of Creation is our friend. On the other hand, that in itself socially isolates us. The fault is with everyone else who … Continue reading

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More of God’s Unchanging Truth

Maybe this won’t take up so much space since I’ve already covered the background. The Cult of Oester is not the whole problem; Western Civilization also has the male counterpart that I call the Cult of Odin. As with Oester, … Continue reading

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Clarity in the Context of Coming Tribulation

If your fundamental assumptions are materialistic, then it won’t matter what flavor your political, social and economic theories are, you will always get things fundamentally wrong. The image here (click to enlarge) was derived from a typical college course on … Continue reading

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Leaking from the Heart

While whistleblowing is almost pure politics, leaking is a divine art. The Internet itself is pretty deceptive. That is, the same systemic deception you see everywhere else has invaded the Net, in that the coolest and most attractive sites are … Continue reading

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Church of the Heart

We struggle to get Westerners to see beyond a single unitary universe. We further struggle to get them to see various levels within that one universe. The native conceptual instinct of Westerners is to see everything on the same concrete, … Continue reading

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