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Just a Silly Story 10

As usual, this is labeled “fiction” because I cannot verify any of this. This item strikes me as hyperbole to some degree. Yet, it does have a kernel of truth. The violent hatred of the globalists and their minion movements … Continue reading

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The Cult of SJW 01

If you can’t handle strong words, don’t read this. From time to time we have to pull out the bold statements to get people’s attention. If you don’t think the prophets used crude language and brutal imagery, then you haven’t … Continue reading

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Just a Silly Story 03

Couple of tidbits. As always, this stuff is simply the noise I pick up from the fans of Trump and the official leaker, Q. A certain amount of it is guaranteed to be hype, so skepticism and cynicism is in … Continue reading

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Contextual Loose Ends for Radix Fidem

Is this Radix Fidem thing for real? Is it real to you? Can a heart-led faith in Christ become both a distinguishing characteristic, and the basis for coming together as a community of faith? There are at least a handful … Continue reading

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Off the Cuff 05

A prophetic word — as usual, you can ignore this if it’s not your thing. I don’t have room to cover all the details here; if you are involved in the Q-anon stuff, you’ll understand the references. If not, it … Continue reading

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Discerning the Times We Live

It’s not that Christians can’t do politics, it’s that politics can’t do Christianity. On the one hand, there is no way we could have a genuine Christian government. There is simply way too much distance between what the Bible requires … Continue reading

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Don’t Go Along with It

Isn’t this Internet thing just dandy? All of us living all over the world and we can openly share as if we were just next door. Okay, it’s not the same as face-to-face, but it’s a whole lot better than … Continue reading

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