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Wednesday, March 02, 2005

So now five members of the Supreme Court, taking in consideration "world opinion," has decided that it is unconsitutional for states to execute axe murderers, serial killers, cop killers, and other cold-blooded psychopaths who have accidently not attained the age of 18 years.

Where do they find this in the constitution? In the same place that theological perverts have found that the Bible permits women to be deacons, elders, and pastors, that God is "open" and yields to man's freewill, that good works get you into heaven, that Jesus is not God, and that you can do whatever you want in "worship." If the theology of the Bible does not bind us shall we be bound by the lilliputian cords of man's law? Let's rock 'n roll, baby!

But I guess a lawless Supreme Court has a great deal in common with axe murderers, serial killers, cop killers, and other cold-blooded psychopaths. Both are without law.

If the Bible is not a contract that binds the people of God in ethics and theology, then why should we be bound by our own constitutions? What does a covenant mean, anyway, if nothing binds me but my own reason? If the Bible is a "living" document that means whatever a generation wants it to men, then why should the constitution be treated any differently? Hallelujah! The Constitution lives! at least in the perverted imaginations of five old people on the Supreme Court.

On the other hand, if God is a Rock [Ps. 18:31]and Scripture cannot be broken [John 10:35], then there might very well be gloomy days ahead unless the other branches of government find the will and convictions to reign in this tyrannous court, as the constitution says they can.
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