Tag Archives: nationalism

Safe Distance

Who are you? That’s the one question that matters most. Not in the sense of some static answer, because that would never work unless you are dead. Rather, it’s the query of who you are in this moment. Nobody says … Continue reading

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Rhetorical Smoke and Mirrors

One of the biggest lies told today is that people matter in our system. Aside from a few hyped policy matters, almost nothing in the US government agenda has changed one iota since the last election. Putin himself said as … Continue reading

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The Nature of Nationalism

This is another get-to-know-me. God reveals Himself as an Eastern feudal lord. That’s the best way to understand how He reigns over His Creation. It’s a personal feudal relationship. If you understand that at all, you understand a primary need … Continue reading

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How to Tribulate

The image of faith I’ve been trying to paint for you should conflict powerfully with the mainstream of social mythology. Within that mainstream mythology are a collection of false options, in part as a means to funnel normal human passions … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Surprised

Paul had a secular skill as a tent maker. That term referred to a wide array of actual products made from heavy fabrics, leather and rope. As you might expect, he could also do sails and ship rigging. In some … Continue reading

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They Will Say They Had No Choice

Civil war, a revolution, is unavoidable. The biggest problem to understanding this is the false image of a two-party system. The elites have managed to keep the population distracted by a false dichotomy between left and right. While that may … Continue reading

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