Tag Archives: Western mythology

Radix Fidem Curriculum: Anthropology

6. Anthropology Westerners in general, and Americans in particular, are bound under a horrific, demonic mythology about the heart. It’s far more than an organ that pumps blood through you body. Even scientists know that the heart has its own … Continue reading

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Aristotelian Logic Has Its Place

Aristotelian logic is valid for its purpose. It has its place, but that place is not at the top of human awareness. The reason I spend so much time castigating Aristotelian logic is because it has serious limits. It is … Continue reading

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A Kingdom of Awareness

How much of the social organization in Biblical Law can we actually follow? That’s for you to decide for yourself. As some have noted already, what we see in revelation is technically illegal in the US, in the sense that … Continue reading

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Damnation Justified

Just so you’ll understand: The sudden rise in pro-abortion laws and policies is not merely for the convenience of women. It’s portrayed that way, but the money behind this is all about harvesting tissue and organs. The really nasty item … Continue reading

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An Elaborate Facade

Socialism (and/or communism) seeks to secure the material blessings of tribal living, but without the deep moral commitments necessary to make it all work. Granted, you can still have a tribal society with the same corruption and oppression that we … Continue reading

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Guard Your Hearts and Minds

We still need more lore. Some of what I’ve written before seems to warrant a review. Maybe if I say it again differently, it’ll catch on. If you read any kind of epic fiction or watch movies, or maybe play … Continue reading

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Feudal Covenant Nation

Ref: yesterday’s post about 2 Samuel 24. In particular I want you to pay attention to the comments and my response to Mr. T’s questions. Look at the title of this post and think it through: That’s three words representing … Continue reading

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