Monthly Archives: January, 2015

Governments: “but they keep some of the commandments”

So there is some horror when some find out my feelings and conclusions about the illegitimacy of modern governments. Or at least it causes some discomfort or disturbance to those who read my complaints about this monstrous entity. One of the replies I get to my claim that supporting such an anti-Seven-Commandments entity – as …

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The Marriage Licence

A fellow traveller who knows and keeps the Seven Commandments put forward an interesting question. He brought up the question of the marriage licence and whether the government should be involved at all. It rolled around my mind for a while until this article came out. Let’s see what happens. What is a marriage licence? …

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Irrelevant thoughts: The Armchair Gods

Some friends of mine asked me to bow and give ear to the armchair gods. They described the deep wisdom that could pour forth from these entities, stories of places never seen and times never experienced, things that could answer the questions of what my purpose is and how things really are. Glancing around me, …

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There is no such thing as “freedom of speech”

Did I give it all away in the title? Is there even any point in me continuing to write any more than that? Well, truth be told, the title is only half of the truth. Why? Because there is such thing as freedom of speech. I know you’re not confused. But let’s pretend that someone …

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How much must I know?

So I was having yet another discussion about the Seven Commandments. And I was wondering to myself, “Man, David! How many times are you gonna discuss the Seven Commandments????” Actually, no, that didn’t happen. But at least it started off this article. But really, I was in a group discussing the Seven Commandments or at …

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An argument against the death penalty – missing the point

Recently, another person bound for execution was found to actually be innocent. A man by the name of Ricky Jackson was convicted of murder. He had spent just under 40 years in prison, on death row. And it was found that the police had put undue pressure on a 12 year old boy forcing him …

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Two different roads – the Gentile and the Jew

Reading through Aaron Lichtenstein’s book, “The Seven Laws of Noah”, was enlightening for me. It was a very useful read. There is no perfect book, so it wasn’t without its controversial points but I believe it taught me some significant things. One thing it showed me was that Gentiles are supposed to keep the Seven …

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The Jury – Why not?

I’ve asked for a few favours with this article, at least when it comes to some of the details. But at least in this article, I want to put my view forward about juries and whether they have a place in the Seven Commandments. But in order to deal with the matter, I should at …

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The meaningless of “new year”

As people around the globe celebrate the fact that another second has shifted, that the universe has shifted another unit in its seemingly unending circuits and motions, I see utter meaningless. What has changed in society or in an individual life as the universal movement shifted? Nothing of any meaningful significance. Tyranny and injustice reign …

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