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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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Extravagance Is Not Shalom

Cruising the Christian News sites, I see the current big money items. 1. Vanity toys: Can you take him seriously? I prayed for a bicycle, and before that a used car for my working wife. That doesn’t make me holier, … Continue reading

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It Was Never Real

Churches that emphasize changing the world are little more than political institutions. Such churches have chosen to participate in God’s cattle-herding of those oblivious to His will. This has nothing to do with whether they might actually be the sheep … Continue reading

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Eternal Outsiders

We of Radix Fidem and the heart-led way do not see ourselves as a nation or tribe among others on this earth. Rather, we are a tribe and nation on a totally different level. Our tribal communion is in the … Continue reading

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We Get Front-row Seats

Radix Fidem is a name I chose because no one else came up with a better idea at the time. Before that I referred to “the roots of faith” in English. The concept of the heart-led way is ancient; even … Continue reading

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Can’t Hack God

In the middle of the night, I wake up to find my soul singing the praises of God. This is hardly some kind of ritual discipline; I can’t shut it off. This is the natural state of someone who has … Continue reading

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Covenant Book: 05 The Covenant

So much for preliminary matters; here we present the written form of the Radix Fidem Covenant. 1. Consciously and emphatically non-Western. This means we exclude the fundamental materialism and rationalism that makes man the measure of all things. We go … Continue reading

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