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Reviewing Daniel’s Statue

Review the prophet’s vision of the statue in Daniel 2. As with any proper parable, the image has meaning that branches out into all directions. It bears applications of divine wisdom to far more than one element in human existence, … Continue reading

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No Apology; Nobody Listening

There’s a lot of noise about defending Western Civilization as Christian. It’s not Christian, of course, but Western Civ has provided the platform for hijacking the label “Christian.” None of these scholars defending Western Civ wants to explain how a … Continue reading

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Eternal Outsiders

We of Radix Fidem and the heart-led way do not see ourselves as a nation or tribe among others on this earth. Rather, we are a tribe and nation on a totally different level. Our tribal communion is in the … Continue reading

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Covenant Book: 03 Cascading Dependencies

What we propose here is a radical transformation of how we do religion. In philosophical terms, religion is a human response to some higher spiritual drive. It’s not that we suggest the various religions of the world are all a … Continue reading

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Covenant Book: Introduction

The name Radix Fidem is Latin for “root of faith.” We aren’t trying to be pretentious here; this is just an effort to distinguish ourselves from other brands of Christian religion. There’s nothing wrong with using the English translation, but … Continue reading

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I Cannot Avoid It

I believe you need to see how this works, to see the questions and inner struggle to discern the wisdom of God. We have such a long way to go in many areas of our shared faith, and this struggle … Continue reading

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A Law of Love and Fellowship

On an academic basis, I consider this study of American cultural boundaries useful. Part of my approval rests on establishing the clear difference between the Puritan Pilgrims (Puritan WASPs) and other Northern Europeans (non-Puritan WASPs). The author helpfully goes on … Continue reading

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