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One of the biggest lies told today is that people matter in our system. Aside from a few hyped policy matters, almost nothing in the US government agenda has changed one iota since the last election. Putin himself said as … Continue reading →
I’m not the only one proclaiming that God’s wrath is falling upon America. I’m not in a position to say it falls on other nations, and have no particular burden to wonder about them. Given the American affinity for global … Continue reading →
This is your chance to get to know me a little better. I share what follows as a consequence of my divine calling, but this is not central to my message. While there are prophetic elements, I’ll note carefully when … Continue reading →
(This is a serialization of the draft for my book, Expectations, Hopes and Dreams.) False Activism There is a sense in which all activism is inherently false. That’s because the concept of democracy is one of the most harmful mythologies … Continue reading →
My mission is the message, not some bloody battle for ephemeral gains. Regular readers already know it. I do not support the recent government attempt to dispossess Bundy and his family and cattle. I do not support armed resistance against … Continue reading →
My flesh is hesitant to discuss it, but my spirit drives through to the truth: Political activism is downright stupid. Let’s talk reality, dear political activists. If all you want is a slice of the pie, you can get it. … Continue reading →
“For we wrestle not with flesh and blood…” I remember when the thundering herd of bikers came to drown out the Phelps gang protesting a local church. It was both heartening and sad at the same time. The Phelps’ church … Continue reading →