Preface My Preface is really the honest and humble beginnings of a stuttering kid who felt his desire for Jesus as early as I remember. Through the rebus of my earlier formative years I can pull back now and see that each particular event that seemed so emotionally disconnected to
In the earliest cases for “beginnings” of gods, demons, etc. one demon god comes to mind simply because of his primacy, simpleness and relatableness to many ‘next generation’ shamanistic and quasi religious practices that sprung from the primal ‘dung heap’ as him. His name is many but one of his
PrefaceWho is the ‘god’ of this Age? Let’s start here in Ephesians 2: “Once (pote – ‘a *time when*) YOU (the predestinated child Ephesians 1:4) WALKED according to the age (AEON- era) of the world…of this accordance to the “archon” or “ruler” ***of the air*** and the ***spirit** NOW working
Look at the phrase: “The Patience of Job”. Why is this such a catch phrase for the ages? It is because Job exercised “patience” in God’s will….not in a chaotic action by an arbitrary ‘evil’ force. Otherwise, we would have a dualistic ‘faith’, i.e., ‘believing’ that either good or bad
CAIN’S HISTORY Solluba The Solluba, also known as the Sleb, Solubba and the Sulayb (Arabic: ُصلبة, صلیب ), were a Hutaym tribal group in the northern part of the Arabian Peninsula who were clearly distinguishable from the Arabs. Due to social stigma, very few people openly identify as Ṣulayb today.
DAEG The “DAY” can mean several things to many people in different cultures. “Daeg” is the term for day in Anglo Saxon. Daeg can refer to the time that the sun brightens the sky. Daeg can also refer to the ‘event’ of some kind of ‘time’ such as a ‘time’
In our ancestor’s primitive rituals of enacting the dying god as scapegoat, the god impersonates the innocent. That is, the roles are reversed and it is the god identified as the “nascent-minded”, “idiot” or “fool”. This seemingly simple minded one or village idiot is selected usually by their meekness and
I was teaching on the very touchy subject of Christian Universal Salvation the other day when one of my students confronted me with what he called the ‘faulty nature’ of the penal system against Christ. He asked, “why should I believe in an angry God who is shocked with the