Tag Archives: virtual parish

Don’t Join the Herd

This isn’t really new, but it is a very eloquent explanation of what we always knew. In essence, the cross contamination between government and Big Tech is painfully obvious. Moreover, we have a clear declaration that the whole objective of … Continue reading

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Heads-up: Blog Changes Coming

The Lord is at work in my life. I’ve made the decision to move this blog to another service. For the past two years I’ve been paying WordPress to host this thing. Meanwhile, they’ve been shutting down blogs that I … Continue reading

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Not a Growth Industry

In our heart-led path, we have the full assurance all truth is already active within our convictions, but a lot of head knowledge arising from that isn’t triggered until someone or something provokes the right question. That’s how it works … Continue reading

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They Need Heart-Led

Radix Fidem is our covenant, our approach to doing religion together. The Kiln of the Soul online parish is my implementation of Radix Fidem. Anyone can take the idea of Radix Fidem and run with it; nobody needs my permission. … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: Ecclesiology

We evaluate all things by the Covenants. That’s how God communicates with humanity. The whole revelation of God presumes you understand things in terms of His Covenants. When it comes to questions of human organization in this fallen world, only … Continue reading

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Resurrection Sunday 2019

At least as early as His baptism, Jesus was fully conscious of the Cross ahead of Him. It was quite some struggle to make sure the Twelve were ready to carry the burden after He was gone. Recent events remind … Continue reading

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The Limits of “Virtual”

I can’t tell people what to do. I can tell people how I decide what I do for me, and hope that gives you some clues so you can decide for yourself. Twice in just a few weeks, the Northern … Continue reading

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