“A slogan of the American revolution which was so distressing to the emissaries of the King that it was found in correspondence send back to England, was the line, ‘We have no king but Jesus.’ Tax collectors came, asking for that which belonged to the king, and colonists frequently said, ‘We have no king but Jesus.’ It found its way into the fundamental documents of this great country.
“You could quote the Declaration with me, We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal, and are endowed by their creator inalienable rights. Unique among the nations, America recognized the source of our character as being godly and eternal, not being civic and temporal. And because we have understood that our source is eternal, America has been different. We have no king but Jesus.
“My mind thinking about that once raced back a couple of thousand years when Pilate stepped before the people in Jerusalem and said, Whom would ye that I release unto you? Barabas? Or Jesus, which is called the Christ? and when they said Barabas, he said. But what about Jesus? King of the Jews? And the outcry was, ‘We have no king but Caesar.’
Gods Yellow Pages
Slavery is repulsive because it treats human beings as property to be
disposed of at the will of another. It was morally absurd in the 18OO'S
say: "I AM PERSONALLY OPPOSED TO OWNING SLAVES AND WOULD NEVER OWN
MYSELF, BUT I CAN'T FORCE MY MORAL VIEWS ON OTHERS." Today people
same argument regarding abortion. Slavery was wrong then and abortion
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would not be possible." Best, George