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Category Archives: eldercraft
Let’s be clear: I have no problem with men and women building up their bodies. I work on that every day. There’s a problem with the pagan exhibitionism of the sport that worships a human ideal (idolatry). The human body … Continue reading
This kind of post would normally show up on the other blog, but I want maximum dispersion of this message. We don’t generate a strategy; we receive one from God. I can’t speak for you and your faith, but when … Continue reading
Don’t fight on principle; fight on a heart-led command from God. Establish good, solid principles based on Biblical Law, but always be ready to hear when your convictions demand something different. You can’t possibly see everything God sees in a … Continue reading
If you pay any attention at all to the mainstream media, you have already seen the endless pitches to comply with government orders. Not just grudgingly, but the appeals are aimed at making you grateful for the controls. On the … Continue reading
We need a covenant society. I’ve run into miscommunication with most Christians I encounter. They are often inspired by the call to moral purity, and quite earnestly believe what Christ proclaims. And I’m not sure I can blame them too … Continue reading
Jack over at Sigma Frame has requested that I explain a comment I made on his blog that a biblical courtship is so counter to our Western culture as to be virtually illegal. More specifically, he broke it down into … Continue reading
Did you know that most of what Jesus taught was already on record somewhere in rabbinical teaching? He really wasn’t much of an innovator in that sense. Rather, He was fighting a dominant trend among the Pharisees of His day … Continue reading