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I walk by my convictions, which is another way of saying I walk by faith. I’ve shared my convictions simply to testify of what God has done in my life. It has worked quite well so far, despite how my … Continue reading
By no means should you agree with me on everything, or anything at all. But if you are going to keep reading this blog, you might need a map or outline of my thinking on human government, particularly in the … Continue reading
Biblical Law rests entirely on certain prerequisites. God requires a heart-led consciousness, and demands that humanity live under a biblical feudal covenant forming a tribal social structure. This revelation is a mighty gift of grace, putting to death all the … Continue reading
The presidency of the US is already in some ways irrelevant to how we will live in America. Even before he took office, Trump made a deal with the neocon Zionists. Anything he’s said and done that may indicate otherwise … Continue reading
The neocons overlap significantly with evangelical Zionist voters and influencers. Trump was catering to this audience when he ordered the assassination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani. He flat out lied about plans to attack American forces; the Iranians have been very … Continue reading
The number one problem with life in this world is that we are fallen beings. Anyone with half a brain can look around and see that this world is broken. The problem is that our broken nature prevents us seeing … Continue reading
The distinction between the political left and right is quite real in the minds of most Americans. It’s the structure of how the average resident of the US sees their world. Even if they consider themselves centrist, it’s a reference … Continue reading