This web log is a place to conduct a conversation on the elusive nature or features of listening to and following God’s will. That is, it is concerned with the “how and why” of seeing with Eyes of Faith. Besides the “how and why” it is also about the “what.” What does one see in the world through Eyes of Faith? This component of the weblog is, alas, likely to be the preponderant content for some time. Seeing with eyes of faith is ultimately about viewing the world as a creature of a personal God.
I find it extraordinary that, after years of debate, millions of voters still don't know what an assault rifle is. I don't understand why they never bothered to look up the definition, even though there are perfectly good definitions readily available, for example, on the Internet. See, for example, the excellent article on Wikipedia.
In the beginning, there were tribes. Very quickly, there evolved super-tribes, which came to be called kingdoms. But, kingdoms were too small to defend themselves against powerful kingdoms,... ...powerful ancient kingdoms ruled by Chinese, Assyrians, ... ...and there emerged Empires. ...but, not right away. For, kingdoms had to first learn how to dominate, then subjugate. Egyptians, Assyrians, Greeks, Persians,... ...prepared the ground for the colossus of Nebuchadnezzar's dream... And then history saw the empires... Beginning with Nebuchadnezzar's own, the Babylonian
As everyone (presumably) knows, Dennis Prager is a conservative. As everyone (presumably) knows, Candace Owens is a conservative. Progressivism, 21st century style, is more totalitarian about matters of identity politics than their 20th century forebears.
For an interesting sense of perspective on this developing social/moral/political collapse, see "The Candace Owens Show: Rob Smith".
It has been alleged that the Pope is a globalist. I believe the person who declared this incorrectly derived this notion from the fact that the Catholic Church is, by definition and by history, the universal (meaning world-wide) Church. (As it says in the Creed, the Church is "One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic.")