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Kinism is the belief that the God-ordained social order for mankind is "tribal and ethnic," and focuses on man's duty to "love one's own kind". Kinists advocate the idea that extended families should live together in large groups. They believe the ideal and normative social order for families – and by extension communities, states and nations – is one defined by race and blood, not propositions or borders, and that this natural order forms the proper and lasting bonds of affection and loyalty for any legitimate society. It is considered an offshoot of Christian Reconstructionism that originated among anti-immigration traditionalists in the Southern United States."
Theonomists support the applicability of Biblical principles to four spheres of government; self-government or self-control, family government, church government, and state or civil government. Jay Rogers in Theofaq states that Theonomists believe "that civil government is only one sphere of government. In fact, it is not even the most important one. We advocate regeneration first and only then reconstruction. We do not advocate revolution."
Theonomists support public policy changes in accord with Biblical principles, but see those changes as coming about as a result of, and not the cause of, conversions to Christianity. Many seek a future earthly "Kingdom of God" in which much of the world is converted to Christianity. They cite the numerous scripture passages referring to God's collective judgment upon unrighteous nations and God's blessing upon those rulers and societies heeding His Word as evidence that the presence or absence of Christian values may profoundly influence the rise and fall of nations.
Although theonomic writers may not always agree on specific policy matters, goals often cited include:
Elevation of the importance of Biblical case law in the judicial system.
Importance of civic rule by believers.
Recovery of a more public and formalized acknowledgment of the sovereignty of God over human government, as they argue was predominant in the American Founding Era." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theonomy
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Institutes_of_the_Christian_Religion + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Calvin + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calvinism + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Reconstructionism + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chalcedon_Foundation + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Institutes_of_Biblical_Law + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theonomy = Yo.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sJyis9kpnA + http://tfninsider.org/2013/04/04/boom-texas-house-slams-the-door-on-private-school-vouchers/ = small victories matter
- hates when a guy Obviously casing the apartments for one reason or another sees me, I say Hi, he ignores me and sits on my steps. Just. The walk to Tinkus, he was headed down our path, until I reversed and let Ez run on the grass for a minute. He left, slowly. Then, this. Is he still there, five minutes later? Yes. So.
Well..I got two bats and a kid. Imma be aiight.
http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/pratt-angry-liberals-should-not-have-guns = figger it out.
- -My teacher gave me 160/200...said he didn't know what my theme was and that I gave no concrete examples of Who was wearing the 'ring' I alleged...well, just goes to prove the point, I say... http://
soupsauntieoxymoron.blogspot.co m/2013/03/ which-do-you-put-first-bible-or .html
- "Theonomy (Greek for "God's Law") is the concept that all of the non-ceremonial laws given to Moses and recorded in the Pentateuch (the first 5 books of the Hebrew Scriptures) are binding on people of all nations forever. That means the Old Testament was not done away by Jusus' death on the cross. This is why so many fundamentalists are so adament over the Ten Commandments and ignore the teachings of Jesus in Matthew/Mark/Luke. " http://www.sullivan-county.com/nf0/fundienazis/royal_race.htm
Friday, April 5, 2013
Simmering Soup Since March 30
Posted by Soup McGee at 12:02 AM