Tag Archives: Anglo-Saxon

Not Grumpy, Just Realistic

If you think Microsoft is treating their users bad by firing their entire quality assurance team and foisting alpha and beta ware on everyone, or their Orwellian snooping built into the OS, and the forced advertising, you should see how … Continue reading

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How Bad Will It Be?

If you examine the record of Scripture, you can discern a thread of moral propriety in dealing with other nations. The starting point is to leave folks alone. In truth, this is the broad instinct of the Children of Israel. … Continue reading

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Mission and Mortality

If it were a simple matter of efficiency and logic, we would all simply commit suicide. Perhaps he didn’t intend to teach what I caught from it, but one of the fellows who helped to shape my awareness during my … Continue reading

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BLDJ: Chapter 6

(Serializing here the draft of my book, Biblical Law: Divine Justice.) 6. Far Away Let’s have just a moment of historical review here. So far as anybody can tell, among the current populations of Europe, the oldest occupants were Celts, … Continue reading

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Otherworldly Messiah

I have been crucified with Christ, and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. So the life I now live in the body, I live because of the faithfulness of the Son of God, who … Continue reading

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Wandering Stick

Whatever happened to desiring moral dominance? First, a brief lesson in biblical Hebrew expression. The terms “rod” and “staff” are roughly synonymous. When you read the expression — “thy rod and thy staff” — it refers to a single object, … Continue reading

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I Was Just Trying to Help

Let’s explore some of the implications of the Doctrine of Leverage and all my blather about Christlike charity and moral sacrifice. We understand the necessity of standing back and suffering the empathy of those who hurt without taking action because … Continue reading

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