Tag Archives: human government

COVID-19: Cynicism and Skepticism Justified

I’m a storyteller, not a professor. This blog is not an expert source of information, just an effort to entertain and tell stories. In the process, I sometimes manage to convey information from real experts, but I believe I’ve been … Continue reading

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Trump’s Failure

Trump had full legal authority to pardon the three military servicemembers who were charged or convicted of so-called war crimes. Nobody disputes that. Whether it was wise to do that is a fair subject for debate. But we should completely … Continue reading

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Promoting Divine Truth

There is no room for anything resembling democracy in the Bible. There’s a reason for that: You cannot know God or His Son without first acknowledging Him as your feudal master. That’s the essential entry point into faith. The revelation … Continue reading

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The Babylon Conspiracy — Again

What separates me from the conspiracy theorists is that I am quite certain the conspiracies could not possibly succeed. I still believe that those conspiracies exist, and the people involved certainly do believe their plans could work, but that’s a … Continue reading

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Law of the Heart

It is the nature of any written revelation from God that words alone cannot portray the fullness of truth. In other words, there is no such thing as propositional truth as far as God is concerned. The only truth is … Continue reading

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For Everything a Season

An issue in the mind of Simon the Pharisee in Luke 7 was that of defilement. For him, keeping oneself ceremonially clean was equivalent to holiness, and the key to God’s favor. Since he was scrupulous to maintain that ritual … Continue reading

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Biblical Morals: Constitution and Treason

This is a response to an off-line query. In order to understand questions of what is or is not treasonous, you have to take the whole context of the US Constitution. It’s a very well written attempt to promote a … Continue reading

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