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Just a reminder: Feminism is built into Western Civilization. If you are familiar with the Men’s Red-Pill movement online, you will get a belly full of complaints about feminism, as if it were somehow a perversion of “Western Christianity.” That’s … Continue reading
As always, the best I can do is share my convictions. I’ve spent my whole life studying the Scriptures and the cultural-historical background behind them. No one could count the hours I’ve spent contemplating and praying about it. Words cannot … Continue reading
Shall we celebrate Christmas? Short answer: It is not so much as mentioned anywhere in the Bible. The Hebrew people did not celebrate birthdays. The individual and immediate family kept track, but had nothing like the mental image we have … Continue reading
The path of Biblical Law will isolate you from the fallen world. And the Book of Revelation makes it quite clear that humanity will gradually decline into a more fallen condition, falling farther and farther below the grace of God. … Continue reading
There is no magic formula. In your everyday life, you experience all kinds of influences pushing you in different directions. Some are internal, some are merely internalized, and many are external. If all you have is sensory data and reason, … Continue reading
The heart-led way is the human default. It’s where we began back in Eden. The Fall didn’t close off the heart of conviction; it simply meant ignoring it in favor of the intellect. From that time forward, it was two … Continue reading
Theology class today. If you have never heard of this wild heresy, I find little to dispute with the description on Wikipedia. It’s all well and good to call it a heresy, but if you think about it, you realize … Continue reading