Monthly Archives: November 2019

Judgment Day is Not Mysterious

It was Thanksgiving yesterday and we had a quiet dinner at home, just the four of us.  Our two older children are on their own nowadays and so things are less rambunctious than a decade ago. Somehow our conversation got … Continue reading

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Christian Violence, III

I’ve been meditating on violence for couple of weeks now, and I observe that violence is like a dance. It has beginning, a middle, and an end.  There is a ceremony to it. It requires two parties, at least. More … Continue reading

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Christian Violence, II

It perturbs the secular mind to have a ideology (besides their own) that can justify violence.   Their view of “religion” is that is ought remain passive and open to the advances of secular influence.   As in, “religion is … Continue reading

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Christian Violence

Ragnar Redbeard wrote a book called “Might Makes Right” and I could not agree more with that idea.   He who is strongest makes the rules.  And of course that Strong Man is the Lord I serve. I have written … Continue reading

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