Category Archives: eldercraft

Don’t Waste Energy

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

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Covenant Challenge

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

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Is Biblical Courtship Possible?

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

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Measured Distrust

While it can be debated that a high trust culture is at least partly a matter of DNA common to northern European societies, the only reason that matters is it helps to explain why so many Americans are gullible against … Continue reading

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More Than Anything Else

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

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Let Me Explain Myself

By no means would I pretend to speak for God; I will do my best to provoke your own encounter with the Lord of Creation. One of the greatest blasphemies on this earth is the notion that divine justice can … Continue reading

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Poor, Poor Kurds

I still love reading history that is well written, even when the underlying viewpoints are contrary to my faith. Indeed, virtually no one telling history today even understands the Radix Fidem approach, much less embraces it. We don’t expect much … Continue reading

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