100: Faithlines—Elijah’s Mantle 3

100: Faithlines—Elijah’s Mantle 3

When I first read that Jonah was the anonymous fast runner from the company of the sons of the prophets who was commissioned by Elisha to anoint the rough-and-ready military commander Jehu as king of Israel, I thought, ‘Cute tradition. Runner, eh? Yeah, but how could...
98: Faithlines—Elijah’s Mantle 1

98: Faithlines—Elijah’s Mantle 1

In the very last chapter of the first book of Kings, King Jehoshaphat of Judah is drowning in a pickle jar and desperately trying to find a way to squirm out. He’s gone on a state visit to Samaria, visiting his daughter-in-law’s parents, Ahab and Jezebel. He’s...
97: Spirit of Lilith 9

97: Spirit of Lilith 9

Until the nineteenth century, threshold covenants were understood in the west. They still are in places where our current deconstructionist worldview hasn’t made much headway into local traditional cultures. The knowledge of thresholds, the defence covenants and...