Tag Archives: Biblical Law

No Fear, Know the Truth

Preface: To the degree that you, dear Reader, walk with me in faith communion and heart conviction, you’ll have to understand where I’m coming from on things. Some of you are still struggling with this, so let’s review. God is … Continue reading

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The Nature of Nationalism

This is another get-to-know-me. God reveals Himself as an Eastern feudal lord. That’s the best way to understand how He reigns over His Creation. It’s a personal feudal relationship. If you understand that at all, you understand a primary need … Continue reading

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Moral Mother Lode

We have yet to discover the rich treasure and heritage of Christ in our world. Our hearts teach us the truth; we know that there are generally two paths men tread to power and change in this world. One is … Continue reading

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Mystical Evangelism

A critical element in building a covenant community is ditching the goal-oriented thinking. Thinking in terms of a concrete goal and efficiency is what turned mainstream Christian religion into a huge conversion machine. Mainstream evangelism is little more than manipulation; … Continue reading

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Contextual Law and Divorce

We struggle against a vast ocean of cultural bias against revelation. For example: Do you understand that communion and spiritual unity demands individuality? If you are not reaching for the fullness of your heritage in Christ as a unique individual … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: Moral Complexities

Teaser… It is a real challenge to stick to a heart-led conviction and wade through the mass of lies. For those of us still learning how to live by divine conviction, seeking to shake off generations of false religious teaching … Continue reading

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Net Effects

Once again, I find myself up against the limitations of communicating in English. It’s not the language itself, but all the demented intellectual baggage that comes with it. Bear with me. When we are encouraged to stop an think for … Continue reading

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