> > Chris,
> > that would seem the same argument used by a minority, to
> > calling themselves "Christian homosexuals."
> > As for Bahensen, I know many Presbyterians, who are not
> > and disagree with Bahensen on many, many issues. I'm a bit
> > what Bahensen or his theonomic view has to do with much of
> > this.
> > ~Deejay
> Hi Deejay,
> I have no idea what you're even talking about with respect to
> This discussion has been about two things, first theonomy vs.
> libertarianism, so rather than being an inessential side-point, it
> the point. Do we, in the New Testament, respond retributively to
> violations of all 10 Commandments--and enforce God's complete
> through the sword/at gun-point, or do we respond retributively only
> against aggressions and assaults against person and property--while
> preaching God's complete morality in all the catholic churches?
> We've also started talking about a second related point, is freedom
> religion desirable or undesirable, which more or less collapses back
> into the first point about theonomy vs libertarianism.
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