Category Archives: teaching

Society Is Not My Problem

I love people; I don’t care about society. Yes, I understand the part that civilization plays in this world. It’s closely related to the word “civility” — a system of customary behavior that allows people to live together in close … Continue reading

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Genuine Faith Is Unreasonable

In yesterday’s post I refreshed my viewpoint that the myth of America is quickly dying. I also referred to how there had been a very limited window of opportunity to save America and how it would have required drastic measures … Continue reading

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Obey or Be Damned

Biblical Law is not that hard. There’s a vast wealth of academic material well within the reach of average intellects to explain how to understand the Hebrew point of view that God promotes in the Scripture. God is hidden only … Continue reading

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Finding the Way

I’ve gotten some questions about a few things that, to me, are related, so maybe I can answer them all at once. Radix Fidem assumes a thoroughly different concept of what “Christian” means. The word itself refers to those who … Continue reading

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The Storm Shelter

Take this as a status report; this is where things are for me. The foundation is obvious by now: We want to see people ditching the Western mindset and embracing the Hebrew orientation. God designed us to operate by faith. … Continue reading

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A Full-Blown Apocalypse

Yes, we are facing a full-blown apocalypse. It has to come from God. Even if we could sit down and talk face to face, there is no way I can make you see what I see right now. The fire … Continue reading

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Woe to the Blasphemers

God acts more quickly and more forcefully against blasphemy of His name than almost any other sin humans commit. You can get that from 2 Kings 19, where the primary issue is that Sennacherib and his crew blasphemed Jehovah, within … Continue reading

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No Covenant, No Covering

One more time: The Lord offers no covering or blessings on this earth outside of His covenants. Think through the implications of this. First, there is the matter of what those covenants say to us about our conduct. All of … Continue reading

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Maybe Yours, Too

On the one hand, this is just a hobby blog. On the other hand, I remain committed to the Radix Fidem covenant, and will promote it here from time to time. It’s a covenant, not a religion. If anything, it’s … Continue reading

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Get to Know Tribulation

Are you aware that the COVID-19 quarantines are a form of tribulation? Let’s define tribulation. The English word comes from Latin, and is based on the concept of threshing grain. It’s the action of crushing grain heads under a heavy … Continue reading

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