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Episode 426:Christmas Constitutional Covenant Chaos

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Are you scratching your chin wondering what might be the story of Christmas Constitutional Covenant Chaos? You ask, What is my wildChaos imagination drawing up now from the deep historical relevance of Christmas and Constitutionalism?

I’m going to keep this in the context of covenant, relative constitutionalism, the legal chaos of Christmas. As with other programs of this nature, I am going to take you all over the universe from the light of creation to our present humanistic destitute daemons of democracy flashing their white asses in politically hallowed halls. How’s that for ‘deck the halls?’

Just a Reminder:

Wishing you all a Blessed Remembrance of Christ birth into humanity for our salvation.

With that Liberty that He gives:

The people themselves must be the chief support of liberty. While the great body of the freeholders are acquainted with the duties which they owe to their God, to themselves, and to men, they will remain free. But if ignorance and depravity should prevail, they will inevitably lead to slavery and ruin.”

— Oliver Ellsworth at the Connecticut Ratifying Convention, 1788.

Conclusion

When it comes to Christmas Constitutional Covenant and Chaos, you wont make it to the full conclusion so I will sum it up here.

The Chaos of Christmas is the tolerance of evil at every level in every institution that governs mankind, beginning with the pulpits.

Chaos in Constitutionalism is the tolerance of deception, evil, in education and the merger of government with business to the demise of foundational Liberty. As well as the excessive violation of keeping an ‘oath of office’ by the bureaucrats and mostly the elected. See what St. George Tucker writes about these who are then ‘guilty of usurpation, and contempt of the sovereign authority.’ See the full references on Oath violation here.

The Chaos of Covenant in respect to the previous two is that deep seated relationships and mutual responsibility in those is seldom found let alone understood in these United States of self-indulgence and self (period).

In the end, evil and tolerance are allowed to persist by putting them center stage and making kings of them. Yes, these have existed since the fall of Adam but, when the Christ of Christmas is relegated to the gaffer on the set then the whole play turns to the tragedies worse than those of ancient Greece of Shakespeare.

Seek the Lord, Jesus the Christ, The Reason For the Season. Tolerate evil and the evil plus tolerance together become the lord of the dance.

Christmas Chaos

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Episode 331: Political Solution of Political Theology

Origin and Source of Political Theology  Political Theology

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In preparation for Christmas, I am taking you to the Foundational Origin and Source of Political Theology. This will be a journey into what those who settled New England clearly understood and fully lived as well as the fact that those in the middle and southern colonies had a grounding in the same. Let me begin with this thought that is not predominant anywhere, any longer; government is a gift to mankind. Nor do we hear anything like these truths from the greatest majority of modern pulpits. Here are quotes from William Cooper’s1 1740 Election Day Sermon that embody the living of Political Theology:

“We have been saying, GOD has in kindness to men appointed that they should be governed by men; yet, He has been too good and kind to leave them to be governed by men according to their arbitrary will and pleasure. The end of government is the public peace and safety; when therefore this is neglected, and the ordinance of government only made an engine of tyranny and oppression; when the Constitution is subverted, the liberties and properties of the people invaded, their religion and laws made a sacrifice to the superstition, ambition, or covetousness of the prince that is over them;…every man is under higher and earlier engagements to the community in general than he is to the supreme magistrate [ruler].”

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