10938Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Passive obedience v. Political Dissidence
- Aug 31, 2004Even if we write in a candidate, that candidate will still take an
oath to uphold a constitution that defends pluralism against God's
Word, and the candidate will do so REPRESENTING YOU the voter who put
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Lettermen2@a...
> In a message dated 8/30/2004 12:14:32 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> GrayPJ@c... writes:
> With the up-coming election I thought it relevent to ask some
> questions regarding government and our duty towards it. I know the
> Covenanter position but there are also some Christians that visit
> this forum who believe in Passive Obedience.
> Is anyone who providentially wields power the ordinance of God?
> What are the qualifications for divine approbation of a power?
> What level of obedience should we show an unlawful/immoral
> How should we oppose him? How do we dissent?
> See etext at: http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/bibcg_gp.htm
> If you vote, then you may want to write in a candidate. . .
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