Tag Archives: Romans 13

Is the soldier sinning when he kills in war?

No, soldiers killing in warfare is not sin.  Soldiers killing in warfare is justified homicide, according to the Holy Bible.  This is clear, particularly in the books of Exodus, Judges, Joshua, Gospels, Romans, Revelations.

The Bible does not consider as sin killing by soldiers in warfare.  This means that soldiers who kill in warfare do not need to repent for killing.  You should only repent for sins, and killing in warfare as a soldier is not sin.

In other words, both soldiers fighting for the South and the soldiers fighting for the North during Civil War did not commit sin when they killed in warfare.  Killing as a soldier in warfare is not sin.

Will Poverty in African-American Cities Stop Without Getting Rid of Drugs?

No.  Drugs keep African-American communities poor.

Many Middle School and High School students who do drugs drop out of school.

Fighting drugs and getting rid of drugs help improve drop out rates.

It is important for the US Federal Government to enforce drug laws and arrest everyone who sell drugs, including “legal marijuana”.  Legal hashish will make America poor and increase high school drop out rates.

Drug use is increasing among Middle School and High School students in all 50 US states, and this problem must be dealt with by the US Federal Government.  Romans 13 shows that governments have God-given responsibilities to practice justice.

 

Does Reformation show that churches could go in the way of the world?

Yes.  During Martin Luther’s time, churches all over the known world had become corrupted and had gone in the direction of the world.

Throughout history, we have seen how churches have gone in the direction of the world.  And it seems that this is the case in the United States of America, right now.

The fact that America’s churches are not fighting homosexuality aggressively shows that churches in America have become secularized and become a part of the world.

Does Paul support Roman dominion over Israel?

Romans 13 is clear.

St. Paul emphasized that Roman authority is from God and that the Jewish nation of Israel had to submit to the Roman Empire.

Romans 13 clearly shows that St. Paul opposed Jewish nationalism and the independence of the Jewish nation of Israel.

In this, St. Paul was in keeping with anti-Israel spirit of Jesus Christ Himself, as found in the Gospels of the New Testament.

Christians who support Israel oppose not only St. Paul, but also Jesus Christ.

Supporting the Jewish nation of Israel, which does not accept the LORDship of Christ, goes against the core values of the New Testament.

It is important for evangelical Christians of the United States of America and Canada to submit to the authority of the Holy Bible.  True Christians must stand opposed to the Jewish nation of Israel, which does not honor Christ as LORD.

Should Christians support a Revolution for Christian America?

American Revolution created the United States of America.  

Christians in America supported this revolution, because Americans wanted a Christian America that is faithful to the Bible.

Christians used shrewd decisions (some might call deception) to make sure that Christian identity is secured in the New World.

American Revolution represents American rebellion against legitimate authority.

In other words, the very premise of the American Revolution is that Romans 13 does not apply in cases in which the Bible (or Christian America) is in peril.

In other words, the very existence of the American Revolution legitimatizes use of violence, force, weapons, soldiers to ensure a Christian America that will be loyal to Christ.

So, on a historical level, use of Revolution to ensure Christian America is justified by the very virtue of the American Revolution in the 18th Century.

Thus, the American Revolution is the historical precedent for any future action by “the People” in America to ensure Christian America.

Your answer, therefore, was answered over 200 years ago, and action followed upon that decision.

Simply, put, the answer to your question was decided as “YES” in the American Revolution.