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Episode 418: In the Image Of?

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As I began working on this topic of ‘In the Image of?’ I was again challenged with the hospitalization of a family member. So if the continuity of this program seems a little off, please bare with me. But then again, some of you may think my continuity is off often. That is humor, I think. Image Of

Not so breaking news: In the second segment I give a little more detail on the new Speaker of the House. I want you to think about Christian Nationalism and that that Mike Johnson is the quintessential Christian Nationalist.

A tad in the Second but mostly in Third segment is the tying together Rushdoony’s explanation of Magic in relationship to science, language, politics and tyranny.

Finally, In the Third Segment, bringing into focus Ohio Issue 1 and Hamas. Pointing you to the reality that one of the prime sponsors/promoters of Ohio Issue 1 is, according to UN documentation, an entity out to destroy the foundational meaning of ‘The Family.’ And I show why the language of the amendment does not mention ‘parent,’ ‘adult,’ ‘children,’ or ‘minor.’ Oh, see the sub-title Getting Long Winded in this post.


When I ask the question, ‘In the Image Of?’ I want you to consider that we are created in the image of the Biblical God but the rejection of this living God beginning with Adam and Eve has brought forth the distortion of ‘the imagery of language’. This distortion was interesting even in the considerations by the Anti-federalists when assessing the Constitution of 1787.

‘The evils of anarchy have been portrayed with all the imagery of language in the growing colors of eloquence; the affrighted mind is thence led to clasp the new Constitution as the instrument of deliverance, as the only avenue to safety and happiness. To avoid the possible and transitory evils of one extreme, it is seduced into the certain and permanent misery necessarily attendant on the other. A state of anarchy from its very nature can never be of long continuance; the greater its violence the shorter the duration. Order and security are immediately sought by the distracted people beneath the shelter of equal laws and the salutary restraints of regular government; and if this be not attainable, absolute power is assumed by the one, or a few, who shall be the most enterprising and successful. If anarchy, therefore, were the inevitable consequence of rejecting the new Constitution, it would be infinitely better to incur it, for even then there would be at least the chance of a good government rising out of licentiousness. But to rush at once into despotism because there is a bare possibility of anarchy ensuing from the rejection, or from what is yet more visionary, the small delay that would be occasioned by a revision and correction of the proposed system of government is so superlatively weak, so fatally blind, that it is astonishing any person of common understanding should suffer such an imposition to have the least influence on his judgment; still more astonishing that so flimsy and deceptive a doctrine should make converts among the enlightened freemen of America, who have so long enjoyed the blessings of liberty.’ from Anti Federalist No. 6, The Hobgoblins of Anarchy and Dissentions Among the States (Centinel essay no. XI), 16 January 1788, by Centinel

The influence of imagery has been noted here with ‘the growing colors of eloquence’ as well as the concept that the Constitution is ‘the instrument of deliverance’ then and even now. What is more important in this weeks program is that in assessing the question of humans determining ‘life and death,’ be it by abortion, distortion of the human anatomy or by Hamas, the eloquence of language and design an imagery to which individuals are shaped into.

Ponder this quote from The Biblical Structure of History: Continue reading

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Episode 416: Ohio Issue 1 and Hamas

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How is it that I use Ohio Issue 1 and Hamas in the title? I will explain as this newsletter progresses.

Mark Pukita Interview

I was privileged to have Mark Pukita on to discuss Issue 1. For those that don’t know Mark, you will have to listen or watch the program, but I will say that he was one of the outstanding candidates who ran for the Ohio Senate in the last cycle.

What is most critical in our conversation are the base facts which can be summarized in the destruction of parental rights, culture, and foundational morality through the obfuscation of this proposed amendment.

What Mark and others have found is that the citizens do not understand the language of this proposed amendment. In addition to connecting with Mark through ‘The Grassroots Freedom Initiative,’ I implore you to watch and listen to a great breakdown on this catastrophe of false rights. Watch a superb explanation here.

Mark makes a strong case as to how the organization that he is facilitating can take the challenge to defeat this Novembers Issue 1 to the electorate. This is one of the strongest strategies for building coalitions and success that I have heard in a long time.

I highly endorse and implore you to go to ‘The Grassroots Freedom Initiative.’ Join in on the effort. For those in other States, I suggest that you contact Mark through Grassroots Freedom Initiative to find out how national collaboration can make a difference for 2024.

Ohio Issue 1 and Hamas

I do intend to give you only the tip of the iceberg in calling out and making the correlation of the evil monied interests pushing Ohio Issue 1 and Hamas. Let me put this lingering question into your mind of the ‘you cannot unsee this’ category: What is the differenceOhio Issue 1 between ideologues that cut off the heads of babies and young children, and those ideologues that chop up babies and mutilate young children?

Ponder that for a while as I continue the quick points on Hamas attacking Israel. Continue reading

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