Tag Archives: Creation

Artificial Government

A man can learn and decide to cut his losses. A bureaucracy is incapable of learning because it has no mind, only an instinct like cancer to survive and grow. It is unable to imagine cutting losses and moving on … 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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The Courier 01

(Our story continues; this is part 3…) Standing atop the ridge, he listened to the wind. The place had called his name even before he rode the bike up the trail. He sat on a small ledge near the windward … Continue reading

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Step Out of the Darkness

It’s almost funny how spying works. We see the spying agencies and their officials creating multiple false realities with such frequency that no one is surprised when they solemnly insist that innocuous things are a threat to national security. You … Continue reading

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Reblog: Perception Reborn

Reposted here from Kiln of the Soul blog. What would we need to say about building a Christian culture? First and foremost, our only reason for living on this earth is to bring glory to God, specifically to the name … Continue reading

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Stop the Secularizing

By now you may have caught a whiff of something my recent posts have been reaching for: We live a life of worship. In that sense, life is ritual. Our human existence on this earth is rightly shaped by an … Continue reading

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Biking in Glory

I’ve been riding this week. The rides weren’t remarkable. Indeed, I went out mostly for the exercise, having no particular complex questions in my mind. I took only a few pictures; these were rides I’ve taken before dozens of times … Continue reading

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