Kiln blog: Context and Separation

No other human has the authority to decide for you what is the will of God.

People do have the authority to exclude you from things He has placed in their hands, by whatever means necessary. The only question, then, is discerning the boundaries of dominion. We rightly reject the notions of justice and dominion that arise from traditional European and American custom as arising from a heathen background. All divine justice is rooted in Ancient Near Eastern feudal law and custom because that was God’s Law ever since the Garden of Eden. Once you understand that ancient system, it’s not hard to discern where your boundaries end and those of another person begin.

Read the rest at Kiln of the Soul.

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About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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