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I’ve gotten some questions about a few things that, to me, are related, so maybe I can answer them all at once. Radix Fidem assumes a thoroughly different concept of what “Christian” means. The word itself refers to those who … Continue reading
Don’t fight on principle; fight on a heart-led command from God. Establish good, solid principles based on Biblical Law, but always be ready to hear when your convictions demand something different. You can’t possibly see everything God sees in a … Continue reading
One of my predictions from the past came true, but I didn’t recognize it at the time. I suggested that Microsoft would jump the shark, and they did. It was the one-two punch of Windows 8 and Windows 10. I … Continue reading
Someone asked me what I would do if I was made king. I said I would abdicate because I’m not willing to exercise ruling power over people who haven’t voluntarily submitted to a covenant. It’s difficult enough shepherding a covenant … Continue reading
What happens when a pedophile becomes a heart-led servant of Christ? If you go by the experience of mainstream American Christianity, you don’t have a clue. The mainstream churches have no plan for dealing with moral and spiritual recovery of … Continue reading
In response to an offline query: We are not asking people to join our covenant. We seek to set people free to find out what covenant God designed them to embrace. Our covenant is our choice to come together and … Continue reading
If you boycotted every business that was dishonest, you would buy nothing at all from anyone. If you protested every agency that harbored secret corruption, there would be nothing left that you didn’t protest. That may be fine for a … Continue reading
There have been several people trying to convince me to come back to churches I used to attend years ago. Regular readers know that if I were to do so, I would never remain a silent participant. I would most … Continue reading
There is so very much that we simply cannot see unless God shows it to us. I’m not sure there is any way to draw a line between heart-led moral perception and a direct move by God to point something … Continue reading