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Walking Covenant Tablets

First, the foundation: For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and … Continue reading

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Just Over the Horizon

I’ve been exposing myself to a mixture of entertaining fiction via computer game walk-throughs. It was provocative in a way. Let me first get the junk out of the way: Some of the adventure stuff is hopelessly stupid. The context … Continue reading

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Mission and Means

The nature of truth is that is must be lived or it means nothing. This is revelation we are talking about here. It’s not that we are responsible for making sure anyone receives it, but that we are responsible for … Continue reading

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The Drawing Power

How do you know? What’s the clue that religion is working as it should? To be honest, the only thing we have that most people can grasp readily is inner peace. So our biggest problem is getting people to be … Continue reading

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Unchained Vision, Epilogue

I presented this series asking you to bounce it off your own heart of conviction. It means nothing if you can’t embrace it as your own. The only evidence to support my message is what you find in your own … Continue reading

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Unchained Vision, Part 5

Let’s take a moment to throw out some junk doctrine. Let’s go back and search for truth among the eternal perspectives of the Ancient Near Eastern (ANE) peoples, of whom Israel was one nation. That was the setting God built … Continue reading

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Unchained Vision, Part 4

On the one hand, our greatest threat is The Cult [PDF]. On the other hand, the weapons of our warfare are not fleshly (2 Corinthians 10:2-6; Ephesians 6:10-13). Our tactics are not human, but are consistent with moral truth. Once … Continue reading

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