Tag Archives: faith

Moral Mother Lode

We have yet to discover the rich treasure and heritage of Christ in our world. Our hearts teach us the truth; we know that there are generally two paths men tread to power and change in this world. One is … Continue reading

Posted in eldercraft | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Bits and Pieces 23

WordPerfect is vastly superior technology for documents. The underlying concept is based on long established principles of formating electronic documents and is self-consistent. It really is the right way to do things. It was also easy to repair and recover … Continue reading

Posted in sanity | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Our Vindication

In the Old Testament generally, and particularly in Psalms, you’ll see a Hebrew phrase typically translated as “my vindication.” You’ll also see references to avoiding shame or embarrassment. This is all tied into one basic idea: We are justified in … Continue reading

Posted in prophecy | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Kiln blog: Psalm 131

(Reposted here in full due to brevity; original.) This is specifically attributed to King David. It’s a beautiful portrait of someone who has learned the hard way to dismiss ambition and pride. David begins confessing what a might work God … Continue reading

Posted in bible | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Kiln blog: Psalm 129

(Reposted in full due to brevity; source.) This is the quintessential song of oppression and persistence. Genuine faith rises to meet every challenge; against such faith persecution starves and withers. Given the context here, it would seem the threat is … Continue reading

Posted in bible | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Kiln blog: Prophetic Economics 01

This is mostly prophetic, so it fits in the pulpit, but it uses a real-world approach… The Social Sciences are the study of human nature. It includes things like history, archeology, geography, sociology, government and political theory, psychology and so … Continue reading

Posted in eldercraft | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

We Know

Aristotle’s ideas were based on the pagan mythology of his people. For him, if there were gods, they were no morally different from people. They were immortal and had extraordinary powers, but could be just as unreasonable as mortals. Thus, … Continue reading

Posted in eldercraft | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment