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Kiln blog: Why Noah’s Law?

Excerpt — Many Americans, Christians in particular, struggle with the where to draw the line between parable and literal meaning. I use the term “Two Realms” to point out a teaching that is greatly needed in postmodern Western Christian thinking, … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: The Norm of Miracles

Excerpt — Before anyone starts to ask the questions, the answer is mysticism. We can wrap our answers in reason, but the fundamental issue remains, “Thus saith the Lord” who made all things and determines how reality works. Further, He … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: Glory on the Far Horizon

This is part of the wider message referenced in the previous blog post. Excerpt — In our study in Psalm 119, we’ve seen the psalmist use several terms to indicate the revelation of God. One of those words translates as … Continue reading

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Noah and Cultural Identity

A distinctive cultural identity is required under Noah’s Covenant. In essence, the whole thing rests on the divine calling. God calls every human on this earth to live in a certain place and create a mode of life that implements … Continue reading

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AI Is the Wrong Path

People talk about AI and the prospect of electronic sentience, but they have no idea. It was a tech support house call. When I walked into the lady’s computer room, her machine told me everything was alright. That is, it … Continue reading

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War on the Horizon

This is just an intuition, a perception based on heart-sensing the mood of the people: We are going to war. I realize there’s been lots of media noise about likely targets of American military force, but it’s just noise. It … Continue reading

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We Are Not of This World

We are trans-dimensional creatures. The third pillar of Christian Mysticism is disentanglement — don’t let the context own you. Instead, discern how God owns it and you are His feudal servant, executing His judgment on your dominion. Your primary concern … Continue reading

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