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I love people; I don’t care about society. Yes, I understand the part that civilization plays in this world. It’s closely related to the word “civility” — a system of customary behavior that allows people to live together in close … Continue reading
God acts more quickly and more forcefully against blasphemy of His name than almost any other sin humans commit. You can get that from 2 Kings 19, where the primary issue is that Sennacherib and his crew blasphemed Jehovah, within … Continue reading
We live in perilous times, when men call good “evil” and evil “good.” It is pervasive; it is the natural DNA of Western Civilization. The only escape is to reject Western culture and declare yourself something else. I stand for … Continue reading
One of the covenant names for God is “Jehovah-Jireh” — literally, “God will see to it” in the sense of provision for what He has called us to do. And in typical Hebrew ambiguity, it also implies that you will … Continue reading
What did that innocent lamb ever do to you? The Lord set the pattern in the Garden after the Fall. In reading the narrative, you are supposed to understand that something about this whole thing required blood shed. That’s the … Continue reading
How are we to pursue holiness in this hideous world? Only your convictions know. We passed the tipping point a long time ago, and that tipping point has thrust upward into a vast mountain. The gulf between our society and … Continue reading
Discrimination is necessary. If you are going to hate what God hates, you must be discriminating about what there is in this world that warrants hate, and from what depth of passion in each context. It should be obvious that … Continue reading
This is Christian Mysticism. There is a very strong reason I play loosey-goosey with theology: Your brain cannot contain divine truth. God does not work in the brain in that sense; He works only in the heart. You convictions, written … Continue reading