Tag Archives: biblical womanhood

Idolatry Refugees in the Church Marriage Market

Re: Sigma Frame’s Coram Mundo vs. Coram Deo Jack restates a question that appears often in the Christian Manosphere: Can women who were s1uts in the past, but then had a “born-again” saving experience, really become pure and undefiled? This … Continue reading

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Covenants 06

Epilogue: The Covenant God offers today has been the same since Creation itself. Now that we stand in the Spirit of Christ as our guide going back through the written Word, we note something important in the narrative of the … Continue reading

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Make Him a Hero

To the world, Biblical Law looks like legal obligations. To Christian Mysticism, Biblical Law is the grace of God revealing how things work in a fallen world. If you embrace Radix Fidem, then anything resembling teaching of law is just … Continue reading

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Mama’s Boy

This blog focuses on practical applications of a peculiar outlook, an outlook we call Christian Mysticism. It’s title — Do What’s Right — points back to that mission. It’s about knowing what is right and then doing it. To get … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: Roleplaying

4. Roleplaying One of the protocols of sheikhs is giving their adoptees a new “name” — actually more like a title. In the eyes of God, our primary role in His service is shepherd of His sheep. Everything else we … Continue reading

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Boundaries with Women

There are women who don’t demand control. I’ve gotten more than one response to my post on the Bitch Goddess. The post was aimed at the Satanic corruption of womanhood, not womanhood itself. The Lord made woman from the same … Continue reading

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God’s Truth Never Changes

If you have a short attention span, this is too long; don’t read it (TL;DR). Sometimes it takes a bit of verbal struggle to gather loose ends. This post offers little that’s new in content. It’s just a refresh of … Continue reading

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