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The Storm Shelter

Take this as a status report; this is where things are for me. The foundation is obvious by now: We want to see people ditching the Western mindset and embracing the Hebrew orientation. God designed us to operate by faith. … Continue reading

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Seeing It Clearly from the Outside

It’s one thing to see clearly how the ideological clash between American nationalism versus globalism works. It’s another thing to recognize that following Christ means both sides are evil. By the way, it’s utterly reasonable to portray both major political … Continue reading

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Maybe Yours, Too

On the one hand, this is just a hobby blog. On the other hand, I remain committed to the Radix Fidem covenant, and will promote it here from time to time. It’s a covenant, not a religion. If anything, it’s … Continue reading

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Untrustworthy Logic

If you do what’s reasonable, you will always serve Satan. How did Christian religion become so captivated by this desperate need to be accepted by the masses? See John 15:18-25 — “If the world hates you, you know that it … Continue reading

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Much to Unlearn

The Tower of Babel has manifested itself in more ways than you can imagine. It shows up in communism. Pete Seeger recorded the Internationale, which is blatantly anti-Christian. John Lennon admitted that his Imagine was a sugar-coated communist manifesto. It … Continue reading

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Growing Faith, Not an Organization

The record is clear: God hates centralization of human society and government. All you need is to look at the Tower of Babel. The meaning of that story is that any effort to centralize human culture, religion and government will … Continue reading

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The Coming Day of Choice

We live in perilous times, when men call good “evil” and evil “good.” It is pervasive; it is the natural DNA of Western Civilization. The only escape is to reject Western culture and declare yourself something else. I stand for … Continue reading

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Terminology: “Getting People Saved”

This is tough to unwind. We’ve had a vast ocean of words that get us nowhere, while divine truth means reaching past mere words and human logic. The foundation of faith is your personal encounter with God. He calls and … Continue reading

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The Rule of 100

Do we really want millions of idiots, without a clue what conviction is, clogging up our fellowship? It’s one thing to spread the message to the whole world. It’s another thing to deal with all the impenitent folks treating our … Continue reading

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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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