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Kiln of the Soul: Discerning the Context

Israel was a covenant nation. Regardless of geographical borders, they were the same nation wherever they were. Nor was it a question of DNA. According to that covenant, anyone from any genetic heritage could embrace the covenant and become an … Continue reading

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The Current Path of the US

This is not about left and right. A genuine right-wing policy, for example, would practically dismantle our current federal government. Even Republicans are pushing for what amounts to socialism in substance, if not in name. Republicans aim for government support … Continue reading

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Beware the Leaven of Neocons

In the long term, the biggest threat to you and I in our virtual parish are the neocons. The situation is complicated. First, we need to remind ourselves that liberalism versus conservatism is not the issue. Those two ends of … Continue reading

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Antidote to Fear 04

We need to learn how to make our perception better match our experience. Again: The proper approach to understanding reality is to understand that there is only perception and experience. Our minds are fallen and it’s just too easy to … Continue reading

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Encouraging Faith Under Persecution

You can sit in a Buddhist temple and call on the Lord Jesus Christ. There’s a wave of fresh persecution against organized Christian religion in Asian countries this year. Although China gets a lot of ink on that issue, it’s … Continue reading

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Take the Provision

Radix Fidem is not exclusive. It’s not necessary to walk in our teaching to serve God and harvest His shalom. We need to be careful to remember that there are a great many heart-led folks of faith out there who … Continue reading

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Don’t Wait for Me

By no means do I have control over Radix Fidem. All I did was give a name to something that was a lot bigger than me. And the last thing I want is to see this become elitist, but it’s … Continue reading

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