June 18, 2016 at 8:40 am
Really enjoyed this article.Thanks Again. Much obliged. Mallin
davidofohio Post author
March 31, 2015 at 9:37 pm
Thank you for your comment.
I do not understand which dots you would like to have me connect. It is all pretty simple to me. Do justice as God defines it in the revelation of His Word-law. If you use force against another person, make sure you are commanded by God to do so. If we abide by God’s commandments we will love Him and our neighbor. A state of liberty and peace can exist in society when we do God’s will on earth as it is in heaven. People must stop enforcing their own will upon others. This describes the public (civil) requirements of our faith, but simply doing no harm and possessing social liberty does not necessarily lead us to love (serve) others. To build God’s kingdom requires personal sanctification and good works — which is a subject that is not directly covered in this book about the social aspects of new and ancient justice.
March 10, 2015 at 7:03 am
that, let me tell you precisely what did work. Your wtriing is certainly extremely convincing and this is possibly the reason why I am making the effort in order to comment. I do not really make it a regular habit of doing that. Second, even though I can easily notice a leaps in logic you make, I am definitely not sure of exactly how you appear to connect the points which inturn make your conclusion. For the moment I will, no doubt subscribe to your issue but hope in the foreseeable future you actually connect your dots much better.
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