Tag Archives: the Fall

Embrace the Doom

You may not have anything to gain by reading this, but I really need to write it for my own sanity. On this blog, it’s a given that the mainstream media is lying. Not just the so-called “liberal press,” but … Continue reading

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Mama’s Boy

This blog focuses on practical applications of a peculiar outlook, an outlook we call Christian Mysticism. It’s title — Do What’s Right — points back to that mission. It’s about knowing what is right and then doing it. To get … Continue reading

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Good People?

Sometimes you have to state the obvious. Western minds are obsessed with the question of what defines a good person, and how we become good people. The biblical approach is completely different. The underlying assumption is that there are no … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: It’s Natural

5. It’s Natural We were designed as stewards over a portion of God’s Creation. Adam and Eve first had eternal bodies, unlike the rest of Creation, which is supposed to exist in a life and death cycle. The actual passing … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: Conceptualizing

Part 3 (exploring Biblical Law) 1. Conceptualizing We need to think in terms of Biblical Law. It’s a blessing from God that we have the written record of the Covenant of Moses, for it exemplifies Noah, which remains in effect. … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: The Fall and Consequences

2. The Fall and Consequences We weren’t designed for this world, as it now exists. The Bible refers to our fallen condition as the Curse. Creation itself, in particular the natural world around us, is not fallen, but we are. … Continue reading

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The Task Is Departure

Just as a reminder, I tend to favor Eric Berne’s Transactional Analysis as a model for human psychology. There are multiple models out there, and no one of them can explain everything. That’s because the human psyche is inexplicable in … Continue reading

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