2018 Summary and Theological Governance

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Another year has passed with many Blessings and travails. Today’s program is a quick 2018 Summary. I have been teasing you over the last year regarding my perspective of Theological Governance. Obviously I don’t have sufficient time to cover the depth of Theological Governance in any academic manner. There in lies the problem, in the last 100 years: Academics have babbled and blundered the Foundational Theology of Governance.

I make a very heartfelt attempt at the KISS principle regarding this topic. There are others that I prefer to reference regarding Theological Governance / Theonomy – who can be found in a number of the other programs. So you can either go search the archives or just take today for what it is.

God is Sovereign:

The fullest perspective of God’s Sovereignty is lost in ninety-five percent of the preaching and lives lived – predominantly in the United States but also in the whole world.

From a supposition – Then the key question: If God is 100% Sovereign and Jesus is the Risen-Ascended King who rules over all creation and Jesus taught that “the Father’s will be done on on earth as in heaven” :: Then why do those who call themselves followers of Jesus compromise the Kingdom to the enemy in family, social, cultural, education, sadly-theology and the political area – when the Reformers and the Clergy of 1700’s in America had the Theology of Sovereignty implementing practical extensibilty?

Considering the lack of living out the Sovereignty of God it is no wonder that Theological Governance is an academic volley ball instead of reality.

Final Thought:

My thoughts for 2018 are simple:

  1. The Constitution, as originally developed, is a Covenant between both the States as entities and the Citizens with the national government for very limited purposes. It is Not for running lives in any level of detail.

  2. As the Anti-federalists predicted that the implementation of the Constitution would be and is now perverted to the depth and degree that they foresaw.

  3. The Clergy of the last 100 years has limited to no understanding of Biblical Reformation truth as applied by the Founding Clergy of the 1700’s. This is what the Anti-federalists feared would happen and therefore demanded that there be a ‘Bill of Rights’ Amended to the US Constitution. With that, Christianity in the US has subjugated itself to immoral authority by systematically conceding Biblical God Sovereign Governance to Darwinian Humanists and immoral governance. The fact and reality established by the Framers of the States and National Constitution agreed that ‘morality’ can and should be legislated. The question then becomes: Which and whose morality?

  4. The Educational system has been corrupted and devolved over the last 80 years culminating in socialism, communism, anti-God and the development of minions via SEL. Even the rise of ‘home schooling’ will be subjected to SEL when it is fully implemented and the believers in Jesus don’t do anything – well except for a few.

  5. Lastly for now, President Trump is a God send. In general terms: The Jesus believers, educators, Clergy and intelligentsia have not done a thing to prepare the next generation of bureaucratic and political leaders that will fight in the Army of righteousness for true justice and leadership – even in our time until Jesus Returns.

With that said, We MUST understand our Foundational Truths to keep the Republic and Constitutionalism working according to Original Intent.

And because you keep asking!


The video of the program is at the SamuelAdamsReturns YouTube channel

1. The Chaplains and Clergy of The Revolution Compiled by J. T. Headley, 1864 My reading of the Book on YouTube: The Chaplains and Clergy of The Revolution

2. “Do We Need our Country Anymore?” by Larry P. Arnn, Imprimis, Dec 2018 – Volume 47, Number 12

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