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This blog contains content related to the 2016 book Subjects of the Kingdom by Dr. Brian Casey, available via Amazon here (but see below for a cheaper avenue).

Some of the material on this site will follow naturally only for those who have read the book (1st printing May 2016, rev. Jun 2016).

Comment policy:  respectful, thoughtful, and/or sincerely searching comments will be allowed to remain, even if they take positions other than my own.  Please do not bother to comment if your intent is simply to say you disagree without offering reasons, or if you want to engage in ad hominem or other spurious argumentation, or if you are just here to “flame” and flee.


The Pervasive Kingdom

For all of my adult life, I have been conceptually drawn to the Kingdom and Kingship of God.  All along, I would have championed a vast number of propositions that gave prominence or priority to His rule and reign.  Still, I could not have known how often, how deeply, and how integrally I would come to see the significance of this Kingdom.

In the course of writing this book—which has really been simmering on the front burner of my heart for a couple of decades—the priority of the Kingdom began an extended, powerful crescendo.  Now, it resounds more.  It echoes.  And its strains are heard everywhere.  More than once during the research and production phases of this book, I have “stopped the presses” and redirected my energies to writing a new section or considering new implications.  The Kingdom of God topic, quite simply, can never be exhausted.

I keep thinking and writing about these things because of a desire to honor the King.  As a result of this compulsion, I intend to add new essays, sections, comments, resources—most freely available.

His convinced (but sometimes rebellious) subject,

Brian

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