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There’s More We Can Do

We don’t want Radix Fidem to become popular, but we do want it to spread so more people can share in the blessing. Nobody has to tell us that this will never be mainstream; Jesus warned that it could never … Continue reading

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Trust Your Heart Alone

You cannot simply turn your mind off. The heart-led way puts the heart back on its proper throne, making the intellect a mighty servant. Without your mind, you cannot organize and implement obedience to what the convictions of the heart … Continue reading

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He Doesn’t Get Tired of Us

There’s no way I can compel you to do it. If it doesn’t call your name and make you feel hungry and thirsty for all you can get, there’s nothing any one else can do to make it real for … Continue reading

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No April Fooling

What defines a cult? It’s ironic that the definition itself offered by Christianity Today magazine has elements of a cult in the list. It’s very defensive of mainstream Christian religion. A more balanced approach is offered here and it cites … Continue reading

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Organized Christian Religion Is Broken

We who share in the Radix Fidem covenant say that churches have gotten lost. Instead of trying to fix this world, we believe the most important thing we do is help people to get out of it. The proper way … Continue reading

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Offerings to God

It makes a world of difference when you give to family versus giving to just about anyone else. I actually like the article on tithing at Wikipedia. It corrects a lot of lies told by greedy clergymen. Nowhere is tithing … Continue reading

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Not Blending in Very Well

Could there be some day a Radix Fidem military chaplain? Not likely, though not impossible. For now, it would require a fairly radical change in government. That is, the kind of process for seeking government recognition as a valid religious … Continue reading

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