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@DMJ @TedRWeiland Agreed. However, because this battle (and all other cultural battles) have been commissioned to Christians (2 Corinthians 10:3-6), it is especially relevant that they stop using the enemy's terminology.
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"Be ye therefore very courageous to keep and to do all that is written in the book of the law of Moses, that ye turn not aside therefrom to the right hand or to the left; that ye come not among these nations, these that remain among you; neither make mention of the name of their gods, nor cause to swear by them, neither serve them, nor bow yourselves unto them:" (Joshuah 23:6-7)
"Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6)
Greek word "brephos" employed in the New Testament for infants
already born is the same word used for infants in the womb (Luke 2:12 and
Luke 1:41), without specifying the precise moment they became a "brephos."
Therefore, our only option is to then accept that they became such at
conception. Thus, intentionally killing a brephos at any point is
"brephocide" or, more properly, infanticide.
"Words are extremely important because they are our most effective way to
convey meaning, to describe the world around us and to describe what we
believe to be the truth. The scary part about words is that they can be
twisted to disguise something ugly and disgusting as something mundane
and possibly even beautiful."
The same is true for the word "abortion." The
battle against this atrocity begins with identifying it correctly. By calling
it "abortion," we've already acquiesced to the opposition's
terminology. Look up "abortion" and "miscarriage" in any
dictionary. A miscarriage is an abortion. What doctors (and parents) do to
infants in the womb is infanticide. Had Roe v. Wade been waged over infanticide
rather than abortion, it would have never made it to the court room. In fact,
by employing the word "abortion," Roe v. Wade was won before it ever
got to court.
The point being, we Christians need to stop using the non-Christians'
watered-down, politically correct terms such as "abortion" and
"gay." It's infanticide and sodomy. There is no power in the former
terms against evil and our first mistake is in acquiescing to the ungodly's
terminology.For more on this, listen to Part 1 of "Word Wars & Captive
Thoughts" at http://www.missiontoisrael.org/tapelist.php#T849.
Onan Coca: "Our right to bear arms is inscribed as securely as it can be within our legal system...."
This may be so. However, the Constitution is so inept and its legal system so corrupt that it cannot even enforce the phrase "shall not be infringed" so as to protect the right it's supposed to secure. Lysander Spooner (1808-1887) was spot on when he wrote that the Constitution “has either authorized such a
government as we have had, or has been powerless to prevent it.” (Lysander Spooner, No Treason, No. 7, The Constitution of No Authority)
The Amendment with the wording "shall not be infringed" is the most infringed, licensed, and limited amendment of the entire twenty seven. Our posterity are likely to see in repealed. This is the inherent nature and danger of optional rights versus God-expected responsibilities, such as the following dictated by the Apostle Paul:
"But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house [including spiritual and physical protection], he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel." (1 Timothy 5:8)
It's time we figure out that optional rights come from man (the Constitution knows nothing of God and the Bible knows nothing of rights) and non-optional responsibilities come from Yahweh God of the Bible. The entire concept of rights were part and parcel of what's sold us down the river.
For more, see "Rights, Rights, Everyone Wants Their Rights" at http://www.constitutionmythbusters.org/rights-rights-everyone-wants-their-rights/.
Then listen to "The Second Amendment: A Knife in a Gunfight." Go to our main site and scroll down about half way down the home page to Featured Messages.
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Let's see if I have this correct: possible accidental inadvertent bullets meant to save children's lives are far worse than intentional bullets meant to kill children's lives!?!
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@Unnamed129@TedRWeiland Thanks for responding.
While Paul's example provides precedence for doing the same (being wise as the serpents and harmless as a dove), we still need to recognize that optional "rights" versus God-expected (non-optional) responsibilities helped sell us down the river.
For more regarding this, see "Rights, Rights, Everyone Wants Their Rights" at http://www.constitutionmythbusters.org/rights-rights-everyone-wants-their-rights/.
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"...although the First Amendment does not allow for establishing one religion over another, by eliminating Christianity as the federal government’s religion of choice (achieved by Article 6's interdiction against Christian test oaths), Amendment 1 authorized
equality for all non-Christian and even antichristian religions. When
the Constitution failed to recognize Christian monotheism, it allowed
Amendment 1 to fill the void by authorizing pagan polytheism.
"Amendment 1 did exactly what the
framers proclaimed it could not do: it prohibited the exercise of
monotheistic Christianity (except within the confines of its church
buildings) and established polytheism in its place. This explains the
government’s double standard regarding Christian and non-Christian
religions. For example, court participants entering the United States
District Court of Appeals for the Middle District of Alabama must walk
by a statue of Themis, the Greek goddess of justice. And yet, on
November 18, 2002, this very court ruled that Judge Roy Moore’s Ten
Commandments Monument violated the First Amendment’s Establishment
Clause. Despite many Christians’ protests against this hypocrisy, it was
in keeping with the inevitable repercussions of the First Amendment....
hang their religious hat on Amendment 1, as if some great moral
principle is carved therein. They have gotten so caught up in the battle
over the misuse of the Establishment Clause – the freedom from religion – that they have overlooked the ungodliness intrinsic in the Free Exercise Clause – the freedom of religion [i.e., First Commandment violations]...."
Excerpted from "Amendment 1: Government-Sanctioned Polytheism" at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/BlvcOnline/biblelaw-constitutionalism-pt11.html.
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Constitutionalists often point out that the phrase 'separation of church and
state' is found in the Constitution of the USSR, not the Constitution of the
United States. This is true. Nevertheless, the mandate for separation of church
and state is inherent in Article 6 on two levels: 1) The Constitution is
declared to be the supreme law of the land, which makes any law (secular or
Biblical) contrary to this 'supreme law' null and void and non-executable by
the Constitutional Republic, 2) Religious qualifications for government
officials are denied, which prohibits Biblical qualifications [as the standard for civil rulers]....
can debate the intent of the framers, but we cannot debate the effect:
Christendom became merely Christianity – salt that lost its savor and good for
nothing but to be trampled under the foot of non-Christians. American
Christians have been under the boot of non-Christians and antichrists ever
since 1788. We will continue to be the trampled until finally we throw off the
current secular government and erect a government based exclusively upon
from "Article 6: The Supreme Law of the Land?" at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/BlvcOnline/biblelaw-constitutionalism-pt9.html.
@arctific @TedRWeiland Governance doesn't have a chance in hell to being close to perfect when based upon the fickle traditions of man that are antithetical to Yahweh's perfect law and altogether righteous judgments (Psalm 19:7-11). What do you think provides us the best chance of doing it right(eous): Man's capricious immorality or Yahweh's immutable morality as codified in their respective laws?
@arctific @TedRWeiland I'm sorry I will not and cannot defend what is an unequivocal violation of the First Commandment because it "provides me the freedom" to practice my Christianity--that is, within the four walls of my house or church building!
How do you think Yahweh views the First Amendment. Think about it: Since the First Amendment was ratified America has been transformed from what was predominately a monotheistic Christian nation in the 1600s and early 1700s to most polytheistic nation to exist (with all the trimmings), with the possible exception of the Roman Empire.
@arctific I would furthermore caution going to far with "making the most of tools we have." A prostitute could say the same. Nadab and Abihu were condemned and killed for using "tools" not sanctioned by Yahweh.
It's time Christians look beyond their own generation and to their posterity's and their posterity's posterity's generation and start doing what is best for them rather than trying to save what cannot be saved by what was conceived in sedition against Yahweh (even if unknowingly).
@arctific @TedRWeiland Thanks for responding. There's much in what you say. However, I take exception to "it's the free exercise of religion that enables me to keep the highest commandment." Think about this statement and I think you will see that it makes the highest commandment subservient to Amendment 1 provision for the freedom of religion had enabled polytheism to thrive in America.
We are responsible for keeping the Greatest and the First Commandment regardless whether government says were free to so or not.
Anyone who puts their faith in any part of the Constitution to save them from anything is demonstrating that it is indeed our national idol. Such faith is misplaced as proven by the last 225 years of the Constitutional Republic's rule. As early as the mid-1800s, Libertarian attorney Lysander Spooner (1808-1887) wrote that the
Constitution “has either authorized such a government as we have had, or
has been powerless to prevent it.” (Lysander Spooner, No Treason, No. 7, The Constitution of No Authority)
Where America finds herself today is precisely what anti-federalist like Patrick Henry forecast would come of the Constitution. In fact, nearly all of the anti-federalists' predictions have come true. Whereas none of the federalists predictions have been realized. Why? Simple. The framers failed to expressly establish government and society upon Yahweh's immutable morality as codified in His perfect law.
Our faith needs to be in our Creator and Savior and then demonstrated in our obedience to His law rather than man's fickle traditions (Matthew 15:6-9).
For more regarding how His moral law applies today, see "Law and Kingdom: Their Relevance Under the New Covenant" at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/law-kingdomFrame.html.
"The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower becomes the lender's slave." (Proverbs 22:7)
principle of this proverb should also be applied to what
our children are "borrowing" from liberal intelligentsia!
Christians who send heir children to the heathen to be educated is tantamount to the Old Testament Israelites sending their children to the Canaanites to be schooled.
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Return to Yahweh's immutable morality, including death for murder (regardless the environment or age) and that requires men to marry any virgin from whom they take their virginity without having wedded them first (provided the virgin's father agrees), and most casual sex, unwanted pregnancies, and, therefore, infanticides would all be end.
For more on how Yahweh's moral law applies today, see free online book "Law and Kingdom: Their Relevance Under the New Covenant" at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/law-kingdomFrame.html.
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Multiculturalism (and with it polytheism, including the Muslim influx) has failed in America as well, and so has the Constitution whose First Amendment brought it to us.
For more, see online Chapter 11 "Amendment 1: Government-Sanctioned Polytheism" at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/BlvcOnline/biblelaw-constitutionalism-pt11.html.
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And the numbers will only get better, the more liberals murder their posterity. Those they let live are being dumbed down in our public school system. Consequently, Christians should not get discouraged but take heart, knowing the time's coming for our posterity when Christians will once again rule (like in 1600 America when the Colonials established governments of, by, and for Yahweh based upon His immutable morality as codified in His commandments, statutes, and judgments).
For more concerning ruling and reigning in and on behalf of Christ, see free online book "Law and Kingdom: Their Relevance Under the New Covenant" at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/law-kingdomFrame.html.
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And WHY is this the future of America? Because the framers failed to expressly establish government and society upon Yahweh's morality as found in His commandments, statutes, and judgments (including Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13) and because they banned Christian tests in Article 6 and thereby Biblical qualifications for federal officials.
Consequently, until we deal with these issues, it is inevitable that anti-Christianity will only increase.
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@RobertAlexander @TedRWeiland @Chris Lee Interesting. How about my replacement to Chris?
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