Does the Bible oppose abortion? If so, do you know what due penalty it requires?
The Bible makes clear what is required by law in two ways: first, it gives a general principle. Then, it provides case laws. The case laws demonstrate specific applications of general principles in narrow cases to illustrate broader concepts. Continue reading
Posted in Representative Civil Government, Ten Commandments
Tagged abortion, apostolic constitution, case law, didache, execution, law, murder, Rushdoony, Sutton, tertullian
Can Christianity and Gay Marriage Coexist in America? This is the question a blogger poses in his recent blog post. Let me pose a different, but similar, question to make the issue clearer:
“Can victim’s rights and legal thievery coexist in a society ruled by law?” Continue reading