Tag Archives: Covenant of Noah

A Ways to Go Yet

I’ve been asked: What would it take for a right-wing backlash to become “God’s work”? Simple — They need to be under a duly formed government. Of course, there’s a lot more to it, given our context. You might expect … Continue reading

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Chains as Weapons

This is a little long because I want to draw out all the implications, to ensure no one can miss what I’m saying. The USA is under God’s wrath. It will be destroyed very soon. Preserving and protecting the US … Continue reading

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Covenants 05

In substance, if not in context, the Covenant of Moses still stands. That is, if you were to keep the Covenant of Moses as it was intended — as taught by Jesus — all the promises and curses still work … Continue reading

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Covenants 03

There is a sense in which we could say that Law is grace. It’s hard to say how well the growing nation of Israel held onto their Mesopotamian culture and education, especially during their sojourn in Egypt. It would seem … Continue reading

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Covenants 02

All covenants presume a heart-led awareness. They are also fundamentally feudal in nature. Western minds reject feudalism. But then, the roots of Western Civilization brought forth a very materialistic feudalism that is definitely an abomination to God. It was based … Continue reading

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Stand Ready to See His Hand at Work

We cannot judge things by any human standard. We must view reality from the biblical perspective, the revelation of our Creator. Scripture skips over an awful lot of concurrent human history to point out the slender thread of revelation. Some … Continue reading

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Why Should We Care?

Radix Fidem is Christian Mysticism. We know that it is a rare calling; Our Father hasn’t led many people to embrace this covenant. That should surprise no one. Even though Ancient Israel was solidly presumed to be under the Hebrew … Continue reading

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Understanding Mortality

God protected Israel when she was faithful to the Covenant. Take the time to analyze the broader history of the Ancient Near East. You will see that Israel rose on the collapse of one older and fading empire, and conquered … Continue reading

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Covenant Limitations

Let me share a few notes on Biblical Law. The fundamental frame of reference is both Ancient Near Eastern (ANE) feudalism and covenants. In most biblical references, “law” is simply a bad translation for words that indicate “covenant.” The meaning … Continue reading

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Promoting Divine Truth

There is no room for anything resembling democracy in the Bible. There’s a reason for that: You cannot know God or His Son without first acknowledging Him as your feudal master. That’s the essential entry point into faith. The revelation … Continue reading

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