The Higher Liberty
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The Higher Liberty
by Gregory HHC, d
Minister of His Holy Church
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There is little meaningful
debate among modern theologians on the matter of Romans 13. Typical
comments might be those of Professor Ardel Caneday of New
Testament Studies & Biblical Theology at Northwestern College, in
Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Ardel attempted to
discredit Tim Case who quoted extensively from one of our early articles on Romans 13 in
his own article A Peccancy, which was published by Lew
states that Case commits “fallacy” by giving the
etymology of the word. At the same time Ardel seems to disregard
Aristotle and Plato with a vague reference to Koine Greek. He even
ignores Brancacci’s detailed explanation of the use of exousia in the 2nd century, by the cynic Oenomaus.
Greek developed as the world of the Greeks and Romans went from free
Republics to a dictatorial empire. Those governments of men made
instruments of war, took the first fruits of the people, and even
their sons and daughters for their own purposes. Those governments
brought about famine, wars, and pestilence that killed off millions
of people. A fact of history that will continue to repeat itself
under the error of the modern Pharisaical scholars of our day.
It is true
that languages change over time, but God does not. He wants us to be
free souls under His authority, not slaves or human resources working
under the Pharaohs and Nimrods of the world.
Most scholars are entrenched in
the presumption that they already have the answer and could not be in
error or under a strong delusion. Their interpretation of the
Gospel may not be gospel just because they went to school somewhere
or learned what other professors had to say. Saul who became Paul
went to the best school with the most respected scholar as his
teacher but he did not know Christ.
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