Tag Archives: Violent Revolution

Do US citizens have the right to change the government if it keeps them down by protecting illegals?

Yes, every US citizen has the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  Protection of illegals contributes to blocking US citizens from practicing their fundamental rights.

If the Executive Branch or the Legislative Branch does not deal justly with US citizens by expelling illegals and DACA from the United States of America, then US  citizens (“We the People”) have the right to change the US government and the US Constitution to get what they want.

US Federal Government will lose its legitmacy to govern if they continue to promote illegals at the expense of US citizens, which has happened under Democrats and Republicans, in the last few decades.  It is fundamentally injustice to protect illegals and not expell them from the USA.  It is morally and ethically wrong insofar as US citizens are concerned

US citizens can create a completely new government, because the US citizens have that right as the People (“We the People”).

Change does not have to come through votes. Change can happen through other means.

 

Is silence of Christian churches guilt when it comes to homosexuality?

Yes, silence is guilt.

Christians in the United States of America are persecuted for following the Holy Bible and opposing homosexuality.  Because homosexuality and the Christian faith cannot exist together, as shown by thousands of years of history, Christians are persecuted when gay rights increase in society.  This is how it was in the democracy of Rome during the time of the Early Church.

Christian churches in all 50 states must explicitly oppose homosexuality on Sunday worship services and Sunday Bible studies.  This is important to God, so it should be important to you, too.

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.

Are California’s Christian churches failures?

Yes, California’s Christian churches are failures because they could not stop the legalization of marijuana.

People of Sodom and Gomorrah chose homosexuality and chose to block the Word of God from of their lives.

They had freedom to choose, but God has freedom to punish them and send them to eternal damnation in Hell.

Those who support marijuana are standing against the Word of God and morality of the Holy Bible.

If California’s Christian churches are filled with the Holy Spirit, then they would be the salt and light of California.  But they are not, because they are not filled with the Holy Spirit.

California’s churches have to be more serious about standing up for the Word of God and openly and publicly preaching against homosexuality and gay marriage.

California’s Christian churches must preach against marijuana and heroin.

Homosexuality must be illegalized in the United States of America, and if the US Constitution must be changed to bring that about, then the US Constitution must be changed.

The Holy Bible must direct and reform the US Constitution so that the Word of God can guide the United States of America.

The US Constitution is NOT the Word of God.

Christians in America must work to amend the US Constitution to make sure that homosexuality in America is illegalized by federal, state, and local laws.

Do Bible-believing Christians have a right to start a violent Revolution against the ruling government in the USA?

Well, July 4th Independence Day makes this question moot, doesn’t it?

The whole point of July 4th is to celebrate the victory of a Revolution started against the legitimate governing authority in America and replace it with the revolutionaries who won that war.

George Washington was a revolutionary war commander.

Power belongs to the people.

If Christians in America do not believe that the ruling government represents the interests of the dominant Christian population (USA citizen majority), then Christians in America have the right to start a violent revolutionary war to replace the ruling government.

The precedent for this was set at the American Revolutionary War.

So, the answer is obvious in United States history.