God’s law versus secular law. Which is moral?
Our literature is rife with criticisms of God’s laws denouncing them as immoral.
This is mostly done by non-believers and secular law makers and even many believers. The whole world has rejected the morality of God’s law.
Satan shall deceive the whole world. That is scripture.
Believers say that God’s laws are moral; yet very few believers are trying to push for adoption of God’s laws by secular governments.
If believers believed that God’s laws are moral, it follows that they would be trying to have them implemented by governments. Strangely, they do not.
Can a believer believe in God yet not believe in his laws?
No believer is living by God’s law.
If believers believe in God’s laws, should believers be living by them?
Law without punishment is impotent law.
Should believers demand that secular law use God’s punishments where those few laws are basically identical?
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