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The Primacy of Individual Calling and Conviction

This is in response to some offline comments… The ethic of utility is a false idol, a rejection of Jesus Christ. Whether or not something works in practical terms is easily the very last consideration God requires of us when … Continue reading

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A Prophetic Warning about Violence and Wrath

This is hard for me to write because I know most of you who read this will reject the message. I can’t help that; I must be faithful and obedient to my convictions, for they are the voice of God … Continue reading

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Visions and Dreams in the Night

We can easily understand the biblical moral ethics of how wealth and productivity should be handled. Even the damned communists (literally, they are damned) can see it that most productivity isn’t being used to the best benefit of humanity. So … Continue reading

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Prepare for the Mission

Our plans under the covenant of Radix Fidem have nothing to do with growth in numbers. If that’s going to happen, it must come as a miracle of God. Our mission is to build an identity, even if we are … Continue reading

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A Few Returning to Eden

Consider the logic: If mankind is fallen, then nothing mankind dreams up will work in the long run. Do you not find it strange that a vast swath of Westerners claim to believe in the Fall, but nothing they do … Continue reading

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A Kingdom of Awareness

How much of the social organization in Biblical Law can we actually follow? That’s for you to decide for yourself. As some have noted already, what we see in revelation is technically illegal in the US, in the sense that … Continue reading

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The Prophetic Office

It should be obvious from Scripture that, while a king might have a court seer, the actual presence of genuine prophets was a matter of God’s provision. The difference between to two terms “prophet” and “seer” is not something easily … Continue reading

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