The Rule of Law

The rule of law under God (how this country was founded) means we have absolutes to guide, correct, and administrate our legal system. Some things are inalienable.

The rule of law under man (where this country is being taken) means we have no absolutes and are guided, corrected, and administrated in our legal system by what a given judge or legislator believes is right in their own eyes, which in the end devolves into might makes the law. Nothing is inalienable.

Rather than being “progressive” we are regressing into the state that foundered Israel during the time of the Judges, when “In those days there was no king in Israel. Everyone did what was right in his own eyes.” Judges 21:25

  1 comment for “The Rule of Law

  1. January 31, 2008 at 4:00 pm

    That’s one way to get a reader, you come see me and I return the call 🙂

    As for tweaking your template, on the one hand I suspect you ask your words tp carry their own weight, but the photographer in you wouldn’t mind a few changes. I’ll wait and see.

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