Category: Romans 13

Application of the Doctrine

A Brief COVID-19 Analysis and Its Implications for the Church (Part 2)

by Daniel O’Roark, DO, FACC, Cardiologist, Jonesborough, TN Member, Bridwell Heights Presbyterian Church, Kingsport, TN We are honored to publish this important work here at This position paper by this doctor and elder is loaded with important information about the Covid-19 pandemic, and the

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Blockading Abortion Clinic Doors and Personal Sin

Recently some Christians were arrested for blocking the door of the abortion clinic (death camp) in Louisville, Kentucky. Some have condemned their action because they have “broken the law.” One slogan I have heard repeatedly to explain why they should not have broken the law

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An Examination of Romans 13

This short article is written to give three convincing proofs that Romans 13 does not teach that we are to give unlimited obedience to the State as some Christian men teach. “O king, I have committed no crime against you.” – Daniel 6:22

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Romans 13

The Laws of a Nation should Mirror the Law and Justice of God

Good law, which affirms or mirrors the law and justice of God, helps men to see their need for Christ. Bad law, that contravenes and spurns the law and justice of God, assists men in ignoring and/or justifying their sin. Hence, the laws of a nation go to the very salvation of men’s souls.

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