Conservative commentator Patrick Buchanan, in a column published by Human Events, explores the conflict between those who want to achieve "social peace" between people regardless of their beliefs and the "duty" to "make God's Law man's law."

The full article is online at http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=27282&s=rcmp

Last week's clash between Dr. James Dobson and Barack Obama is but the latest skirmish in a war that dates back to the time of Christ. At issue: What is Christian truth? Does the true Christian put social peace ahead of his duty to make God's Law man's law?

In a speech in June 2006, Obama, citing the Book of Leviticus, which declares homosexuality an abomination, noted that Leviticus also says the eating of shellfish is an abomination and condones slavery.

Moreover, Jesus' Sermon on the Mount is "a passage so radical that it's doubtful that our own Defense Department would survive its application."

Read the rest at http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=27282&s=rcmp

 
 

3 Comments

  1. Terry R says:

    Man will never be able to overcome its misunderstandings of each other as long as each person takes each passage in the bible as either total nonsense or 100% truth. Most people fall in the middle Ive found. Usually its those on the extreme end of either spectrum that make things miserable

  2. Terry R says:

    Man will never be able to overcome its misunderstandings of each other as long as each person takes each passage in the bible as either total nonsense or 100% truth. Most people fall in the middle Ive found. Usually its those on the extreme end of either spectrum that make things miserable

  3. Terry R says:

    Man will never be able to overcome its misunderstandings of each other as long as each person takes each passage in the bible as either total nonsense or 100% truth. Most people fall in the middle Ive found. Usually its those on the extreme end of either spectrum that make things miserable

 
 
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