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Over the past few days I’ve been watching the turmoil in the mainstream Q support group. Losing their virtual gathering space at Reddit was quite a blow. The folks who managed that space tried moving to Voat, a similar service. … Continue reading →
Biblical Law is its own reward. It puts you in tune with Creation, which changes everything. Even better is how it creates a moral aura around your life that people notice. One of the greatest gifts from God is when … Continue reading →
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 →
Some of you are going to get this wrong no matter how I say, or how well I present it. All I can offer is what I’ve seen. If you can’t use it, set it aside and move on with … Continue reading →
The USA must turn inward and prepare to prosper with less trade. Economists are excellent at analyzing what happened historically; they are utterly abysmal at predicting future events. Their logic is relentlessly vacant of moral discernment. That is, they deny … Continue reading →
Most assertively, we proclaim that this world of mainstream human awareness is a lie. It is absurd and only appears to make sense to those captivated within their fallen nature. As soon as you start appropriating the grace and mercy … Continue reading →
A basic premise of literary analysis is that whatever becomes truly popular in a given society reveals much about the underlying moral values of that society. This is how we can discern so much about the Ancient Near East (ANE); … Continue reading →