The Theory Of A Multipolar World: A Traditionalist Foreign Policy And Antidote To The “New World Order”

Originally posted on THE HEARTLAND TRADITIONALIST:
On September 11th 1990, during the ongoing disintegration of the Soviet Union, then US President George Herbert Walker Bush announced the arrival of a “New World Order”. Much ink has been spilt and many-a-video has been made about this phrase by those whose tinfoil hat is fastened around their…

New World Rising

The world is changing fast. Old world orders are crumbling and new ones are rising up. If you happen to live within the borders of former or current colonial powers then the narrative that you are being programmed to believe is very far from the truth. In other words, if you live in “the West” … More New World Rising

“Whoever denies the freedom of coming out from the existential state of Gehenna believes in fact in the ultimate victory of evil over at least a part of God’s creatures” — Eclectic Orthodoxy

In defending human freedom traditional theology assumes that we are able to reject God ultimately and irreversibly. This assumption is one of the foundations of the doctrine on the actual possibility of eternal damnation and the real existence of hell. But the question arises whether human freedom can indeed persist in an everlasting state of […] … More “Whoever denies the freedom of coming out from the existential state of Gehenna believes in fact in the ultimate victory of evil over at least a part of God’s creatures” — Eclectic Orthodoxy

Surprising Fire

Originally posted on Reforming Hell:
Fire is an important image in the Bible about God’s presence. God appeared in a burning bush to Moses, in flames over Mount Senai, and in a pillar of fire over the tabernacle. And so the flames at Pentecost: this is the marking out of temple space—places where heaven and…

Vengeance on His Heart? Part I

Vengeance on His Heart? Debunking Apocalyptic Visions of a Violent God Part I By Peter Goodgame The grief and horror experienced recently in the Las Vegas massacre is really nothing compared to what dispensationalists and many “bible-believing” evangelicals expect to see from Jesus at His Second Coming. You see, they interpret the Old Testament predictions of … More Vengeance on His Heart? Part I