Please dont comment if you are going to suggest that one must take solace in the idea of heaven.
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I noticed that when I commented I only said what I didn't believe. So, in order to say what I do believe, I am hijacking your comment. Very good. I will follow up with some reading on these concepts and people.
hahaha, wow. that was a mouthful stanwshura. I THINK I agree, but I'll have to read it again a couple dozen times. Just a suggestion. Discover periods. Other than that, well done.
LMAO! Yeah, I've been given similar opinions and advice a few times. I admit quite the addiction to paranthetical asides, and the stringing together of multiple independent clauses, each of which, by definition, can stand alone as its own sentence!
It is true that God is in control, so his will is to allow for the unbelievers to have rulership sometimes. This does not mean that since they are in control that it is God's law
Do you believe in God?
Hi Propemortem seems either u are secular or that u don't believe by ur questions about God's law
From your posts, I can tell you take a Cavalnistic view of God's law and I take an Arminian view of God's relationship with man. I believe God gave man laws. I don't think all of man's laws follows God law. I don't think Sharia Law is God's law.
hay u do not think islamic law is good all the law from God is the same a llittle bit of difference here and there because of who the group of people were
See, this generalizing and "sloppy" scholarship (as in the opposite of differentiation and analytic scholarship) leads to all or nothing thinking. As one with (once crippling) OCD, I dare say I'm an expert. 99.9999 is NOT=to 100. Alas for all.
You miss the point. For many Muslims, Sharia Law is God's law. For many Christians the law of the land is based on Judeo-Christian law--hence God's law. Think many Western laws and Islamic laws are not all of God.
That is a nice comment, I pray that everyone gets on the same page and accept God's law and not mans. Man's law is chaotic.
Yes, this is good and if we review history, can we not find men studying law finding one requirement to be that of using the bible which caused some lawyers to become preachers?
Moral Law, is not God's Law, Is Man's misconception of what God's Law might be; is based upon Man's Selfish Righteousness.
God's Law, is the Law that governs God himself,
God being Amoral.