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Table of contents: October 7, 2012

Saturday, October 6, 2012

The Refusal

forcing policies that
require obedience
at odds with conscience
lawless lawgivers
coerce a
sham of freedom
contrary to principles of
faith's foundation
self-justified by
simulating compassion
in disguises
masking death by
tyranny's charade
negating nature's truth by
professing human rights
founded in
creative imaginations
promoting injustice
shutting down
dissent despite
religious principles
to the contrary
no less obvious
to all observers of
reason's deliberation of
right and wrong
unjust laws
untethered from
Divine foundations
require a
personal decision
not merely the
blind obedience of
fearful subjects
laws must be just to
be obeyed
secular commandments with
fraudulent  requirements 
must be refused for
they bring death to
the heart created
for life
eternity's King
temporal tyrants
whose claims of
overreach with an
immoral ruse and
echo from hell's chambers
disguised in sweet
dictations of human rights
but are in reality
liberation's dehumanization
not gonna happen here

-What are some examples of laws/policies "at odds with conscience"?
-How is dissent shut down in our culture?  
-What is the principle(s) involved in civil disobedience?
-What part does "spiritual warfare" play in today's culture wars?
-Learn to defend Scriptural/Church moral positions using the "natural law" and reason.

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