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Just rattling my own cage here… I spotted an article this morning by Bionic Mosquito on Early Church History. He points out that we can learn a little about how Roman intelligentsia viewed Christian faith and its Hebrew roots from … Continue reading
Nimrod was relatively open and honest about his plans in Babylon. That’s the way it was with the ancients; they seldom saw a need to hide their strategy, only some tactics along the way. And why not? The “little people” … Continue reading
A cosmopolitan society is inherently evil. It’s hard to imagine how folks who claim to follow the Scripture don’t get this message. It’s everywhere in the Bible, not least as the underlying assumption of how to live. Biblical Law requires … Continue reading
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
It is unlikely that anyone with actual authority is going to hear what we have to say. Our fundamental orientation on reality is at odds with every single human authority on this earth. We can assert that our position is … Continue reading