Monthly Archives: January, 2016

The Temptation of More

Going through those articles on sharia law and also remembering something an unsavoury character (Asher Meza aka George) said about how christianity has more to it that the observance of the Seven Commandments, I am reminded of how a person may feel when they are free from the clutches of these religions, or when they …

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The Logic of a Voting “Noahide”

It’s gonna be easy for people to take personal offense at this post. But I’m gonna say it. I don’t write my posts to be liked, just to express my point of view. How must the gentiles fulfill the commandment to establish laws and courts? They are obligated to set up judges and magistrates in …

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Common Myth: Seven Laws bring Sharia Law – part 3

So over the past two posts in this series, I’ve summarized a bit of what sharia law is about, contrasted it with the seven laws, and, for myself, I’ve drawn the conclusion that sharia law and the sevens laws are very, very different things. They are different to the point that it seems ridiculous to …

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Common Myth: Seven Laws bring Sharia Law – part 2

OK, here begins part 2 of dealing with the claim that the seven laws is somehow similar to sharia law or that the seven laws will bring about sharia law. Before I give some aspects of what sharia law is, let me just do what I enjoy doing, and that is to state what the …

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Common Myth: Seven Laws bring Sharia Law – part 1

Throughout my years involved in the Seven Commandments for humanity, I’ve heard a number of people express certain fears about these divine commandments. One particular fear that is expressed states that having the Seven Commandments be the main international law of conduct would bring about something called “sharia law.” Sharia law is a code of …

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