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One Ambition

What’s my ostensible objective on this blog? My specialty is human religion. I’m striving to change the way people do Christian religion, in particular. This business of “heart-led” is just another term for genuine faith. I contend that you can’t … Continue reading

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Feudal Covenant Nation

Ref: yesterday’s post about 2 Samuel 24. In particular I want you to pay attention to the comments and my response to Mr. T’s questions. Look at the title of this post and think it through: That’s three words representing … Continue reading

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What Will It Look Like Tomorrow?

Consider how this virtual parish began. One introverted outcast mumbles to himself online and attracts a few others like himself. I had no idea where I was going, but I knew it couldn’t be back into the mainstream. The longer … Continue reading

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Contextual Loose Ends for Radix Fidem

Is this Radix Fidem thing for real? Is it real to you? Can a heart-led faith in Christ become both a distinguishing characteristic, and the basis for coming together as a community of faith? There are at least a handful … Continue reading

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Covenant Manhood 01

Let’s refresh our view of biblical shepherd manhood. Pray for guidance; trust God to give it. I note in passing that some of this inevitably applies to women, but the more precise details of biblical femininity needs to come from … Continue reading

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Faking It

I’m not essential to Radix Fidem; I’m just the guy who kicked the door open so everyone else could find out what’s been hidden from them for ages. Over and over again, folks, you are the apostles and missionaries and … Continue reading

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What To Say?

What will you say to people when they begin asking about your faith? Naturally, it will always be contextual. That is the nature of how God does things. Sure, you could come up with some slogans that outline what we … Continue reading

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