Monthly Archives: March, 2015

No Justice: No God

Just thoughts running in my mind. I’ve said this point before, but I’m just expressing it again. One of the objection that some God-rejecters give to God’s existence is the lack of “order” in the world. When I refer to “order”, I refer more to harmony and balance. A person can look at the innocent …

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Was it inevitable?

Was it inevitable that I should become so against modern governments, or many governments throughout time, when two or three elements come together? One, I am devoted to God and his truth. Two, God obligates man, His creation, to keep his commandments, which includes a prohibition against injustice, the perversion of justice. This justice includes …

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If you don’t like it, you can leave

This sort of argument has presented itself to me in different ways. I come along, stating some thought that goes against an individual’s point of view, or that of a group, and then some individual says “if you don’t like what we do or how we live, then you can get out and leave.” And …

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