Tag Archives: Tower of Babel

Just a Silly Story 15

We here at Kiln of the Soul are outside the politics of the US. I’ve always tried to give an honest report of what I see from that external position. What I see right now is worth reporting. My skepticism … Continue reading

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Recognizing the Need for Redemption

The number one problem with life in this world is that we are fallen beings. Anyone with half a brain can look around and see that this world is broken. The problem is that our broken nature prevents us seeing … Continue reading

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Hopeless without the Heart

I don’t usually wait this late in the day to post, but this is something that stayed hidden in the depths of my soul until just now. It percolated all day and I knew it was there, but it took … Continue reading

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Shredding the Cult of Babel

Take a fresh glance at Revelation 18. Keep in mind that I teach Revelation is mostly a matter of how God does things on this earth, and not so much a precise prediction of what is going to happen. It’s … Continue reading

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There’s No Saving It

The distinction between the political left and right is quite real in the minds of most Americans. It’s the structure of how the average resident of the US sees their world. Even if they consider themselves centrist, it’s a reference … Continue reading

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Decentralized Human Networking

It seems to me that I keep confronting human intransigence against God’s requirement to decentralize. Allow me to offer two examples. One: The Internet is by far the most democratizing influence on human society in history thus far. The very … Continue reading

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Dreams of Failure

What follows was yesterday’s message, but I just couldn’t quite get there until this morning. This is one of those times when I cite my personal example, not as proof of some principle, but to indicate something you might explore … Continue reading

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