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Excerpt — This shouldn’t be too hard to understand if your mind knows your heart: Divine justice was never punitive in nature. It was always redemptive. Sure, you could cross some threshold and be taken from this world. The manner … Continue reading
To the degree that we could change anything in this world, it has to come as a secondary result of our normal mission activity. This is particularly true with politics and government policy. Let’s review the background for this. The … Continue reading
Our Brother Benjamin offers this: Hi Ed. Stumbled across this article and thought of you… Governance, Kin, and Romans 13. I note that I am familiar with the writing of Bionic Mosquito. His emphasis is libertarian theory, but he’s a … Continue reading
How should we pray? This is another “TL;DR” post. The answer requires pulling together many threads. The question is not sterile and precise; it’s organic. So is the answer. If you take the example of the Model Prayer (“the Our … Continue reading
We are treated to the Wonder of Moral Vision. It is as if someone came into his soul and turned on the light for the first time. Suddenly, everything was vivid and bright, and the world made sense. The psalmist … Continue reading
Let’s clarify something else about Biblical Law — private property (i.e., real estate). Keep in mind that the fundamental assumption is that ANE feudalism is God’s design for human government. With that comes a certain amount of social structure. God … Continue reading