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No Such Thing as Christian Nationalism

There can be no genuine Christian Nation, and the label “Christian nationalism” refers to something distinctly unchristian. If you understand the biblical doctrine of covenants, then you should recognize that there is a very large churchian population in the US. … Continue reading

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Feminine Power Abuse

I watched it happen with my own eyes. When I was stationed in Europe, our unit received a new Sergeant Major. He came before his predecessor retired, so spent a few weeks at loose ends. A small group of us … Continue reading

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Return of the Plagues and Exodus

Yes, the system is broken all to Hell and back. Without having a glimpse inside the Trump Administration, I suppose we could say he honestly tried to fix things. Fixing things would require stepping outside the partisan entanglements and doing … Continue reading

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Breaking It Down into Small Bites

You don’t have to pay attention to anything I write here, since all I’m asking folks to do is pray. I’m not planning any particular course of action for myself, nor am I asking anyone else to take action. But … Continue reading

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God’s Law Is Different 5

There is a difference between leadership and shepherding. Leadership is a talent, a gift and calling from God. Most of us can do a little of it, but people who excel at it are somewhat rare. It may manifest with … Continue reading

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God’s Law Is Different 2

If you are going to critique what governments do, it must be based on Biblical Law. It is imperative that we get ourselves into the habit of doing everything by the leading of the heart. Never assume you already know … Continue reading

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A Quick Shot

If want the propaganda version, you can find it lots of places. It’s baloney. The real Warrior’s Creed (from Robert L. Humphrey): Wherever I walk, everyone is a little bit safer because I am there. Wherever I am, anyone in … Continue reading

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A Spoonfull of Crow

I have to confess I didn’t do it right, and I regret my mistake. The other day my wife and I were at Walmart. A rather large older man approached me. In his hand was visible one of those cheap … Continue reading

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Turn in the Path

Alright, parish; let me tell you what’s going on in my soul right now. Let’s restate some things. Reality has shifted over the past few weeks by increments. As Sister Christine puts it, most days we wake up in a … Continue reading

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Proverbs 26

The advice to nobility continues, with an emphasis to watch out for certain kinds of people. We remind ourselves that “fool” and “folly” refer to a failure to subject the mind to the supremacy of the heart. Thus, it is … Continue reading

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