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Know your tribe; put their needs first. This is fundamental to how reality works, how Creation was designed. We’ve covered some of this before. There are fundamental principles of Biblical Law that we strive to put into words to manifest … Continue reading
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
On the one hand, this is just a hobby blog. On the other hand, I remain committed to the Radix Fidem covenant, and will promote it here from time to time. It’s a covenant, not a religion. If anything, it’s … Continue reading
If you can appreciate a little intellectual exercise, maybe this will interest you: Tested ‘Positive’ For COVID-19? Be Sure To Ask This Question. It provides authoritative links and a video to highlight the issue — COVID-19 testing is inherently fraudulent. … Continue reading
Do we really want millions of idiots, without a clue what conviction is, clogging up our fellowship? It’s one thing to spread the message to the whole world. It’s another thing to deal with all the impenitent folks treating our … Continue reading
And why we aren’t there yet. I’ve been asked to expand on my comments about a final Apocalypse and what it should look like. There have been periods of tribulation on this earth. The term “tribulation” as used in the … Continue reading
Let’s be clear: I have no problem with men and women building up their bodies. I work on that every day. There’s a problem with the pagan exhibitionism of the sport that worships a human ideal (idolatry). The human body … Continue reading