Monthly Archives: December, 2014

Guest article: What’s in the music?

Hello, my name is Christopher Dryden, I am the brother of David Dryden and I regularly blog over here and not as regularly over here. A few years ago I asked my brother to post a guest entry on my blog, which he did and it was a phenomenal job. At this time of year …

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At odds with so much: the cost of a supposed freedom

So I said previously that the 7 commandments are at odds with the political and legal systems that are around these days. And I also gave examples of such conflicts and the inevitable conclusion for a moral and responsible person who is faithful to such commandments. Another dissenting voice whispered from within me. “But, David, …

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At odds with so much: a response

I stated before that the Seven Commandments were at odds with the legal and political systems of today. A dissenting voice inside me said, “No, David. The commandments are not at odds with the legal or political system I live under. That legal and political system doesn’t command me to do the acts that the …

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At odds with so much

The Seven Commandments and a faithful, consistent and conscientious obedience to them is at odds with the current legal and political systems in this day and age. I believe that when a person considers the prohibitions in the commandments and holds to them, it no longer is just about keeping the law for oneself in …

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Who is the authority?

I wonder how short I can make this. Should it matter? Anyway, so I’ve read a few books about the Seven Laws such as “The Divine Code” by Rabbi Moshe Weiner and endorsed by a heap of rabbis, “The Rainbow Covenant” by Michael Dallen, “The Guide for the Noahide” by Mori Michael Shelomo bar-Ron, and …

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