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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 →
I’ve gotten some questions that indicate a need to paint a clearer image on a few things. As noted in my recent “God’s Law” series, Biblical Law recognizes two kinds of government — imperial and national. But the latter is … Continue reading →
We have to ditch the mental habits of our world. One of those habits is seeking some body of objective truth. So long as you cling to that, there will always be someone ready to crush you for having a … Continue reading →
The Social Sciences are the study of human nature. It includes things like history, archeology, geography, sociology, government and political theory, psychology and so forth. But they are based on Western assumptions, so it all rests on the pretense of … Continue reading →
A distinctive cultural identity is required under Noah’s Covenant. In essence, the whole thing rests on the divine calling. God calls every human on this earth to live in a certain place and create a mode of life that implements … Continue reading →
I’m hoping I can draw a rather complete image for you in terms of moral implications. It’s too easy to be drawn off course by propaganda. Let me recall to your mind The Cult. Let’s remind ourselves that it’s a … Continue reading →
I am human and there are limits to what I can do. I confess there are a handful of people I don’t want to see; I struggle to be polite when I do see them. For a couple of folks … Continue reading →