Tag Archives: divine revelation

Don’t Waste Energy

If you pay any attention at all to the mainstream media, you have already seen the endless pitches to comply with government orders. Not just grudgingly, but the appeals are aimed at making you grateful for the controls. On the … Continue reading

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Current News Review 14

Instead of picking out individual stories to link here, let me just share a few reactions to the vast horde of lies being pumped out into the public awareness. There is a sort of pincer action on the Corona virus … Continue reading

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America the Septic Tank

The fundamental nature of Satan’s deception is anything at all except the truth. Even half-truths are fine, so long as something essential is wrong with the narrative. I noted yesterday that the US government is just a front. We have … Continue reading

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From Where I Stand

The fundamental evil of the human race is rejecting divine revelation. This rejection is the very foundation of the Fall. It is what defines humanity as “fallen.” The Curse of the Fall is that we are given over to that … Continue reading

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Deconstructing 06

On one level, Peace in this world is not possible. Let’s review the underlying assumptions. The human race is fallen. We are born in sin. While children remain morally innocent until a certain point in their development, they do eventually … Continue reading

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Deconstructing 02

I’ve written quite a bit on this blog about the various differences between our American cultural assumptions and those of the biblical intellectual traditions. Rather than linger unnecessarily rehashing the details of this, let’s get right into some of the … Continue reading

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Deconstructing 01

I do not rely on logic to persuade. I lay out the logic of things and trust your own convictions to confirm or deny what I say. There’s a reason for that, of course: If you live by logic and … Continue reading

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