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Doesn’t Jeremiah 31 say that God’s law will be written on the hearts of Christians? Why do we still need the law hanging over us?

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Yes, it says, “I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their God, and they shall be my people”...

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You call attention to the need for national obedience. Why is this so important?

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God’s law is a life-giving and life-enhancing law. To the extent individuals (and society as a whole) obeys it, God’s blessings are...

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You seem to be saying that the church has failed in its charter. Is this so?

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Early in the Christian era, the church began to see itself as an end, instead of, as God intended, a means to an end. Instead of sticking...

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Your viewpoint seems to be in opposition to what just about every Christian denomination teaches today. Don’t you think you’re out on a limb?

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I may be out on a limb with respect to today’s denominations. But it is today’s denominations that are out on a limb with respect to...

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You criticize the pluralistic society we live in today. Why?

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The idea that peoples of significantly different religions can live together harmoniously under a single law system is fallacious. Law is...

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Why do you say that the concept of national sovereignty is wrong?

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Sovereignty is more than independence from other nations. To be sovereign is to be the ultimate source of law. The sovereign has no one...

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