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The state announces an endless stream of laws which regulate everything that people do. •1 c. The state follows public opinion rather closely. ❑ A Stu@ Guide to Liberating Plawt Earth 52 10. JUDGMENT 1 I •l A. The state asserts itself asjudge over 1 Kings 21:l-18 I every aspect of life, even areas that properly belong tothechurch, family, etc. •l B. The state attempts to prevent anyone from being forced to do things which they personally do not approve of •1 c. The state binds itself to the explicit limitations placed upon it by the national constitution.
Shared between himself and God. Genesis 3:3-5 John 8:44 Acts 13:10 •l C. Based on democratic principles. ❑ D. Founded on principles known to all. 1 John 3:8-10 Revelation 21:8 “Tb Covenant oJLiberation” 33 23. Why do Satan and his followers threaten and torture people in this life? (p. 59) Ecclesiastes 5:8 Cl A. To emphasize the point that it is Jeremiah 8:7 through much tribulation that we Remans 1:18-32 enter the kingdom of God. ❑ B. People are basically masochistic (they Remans 2:1-5 enjoy pain).
D. There are not enough evidences for God’s existence. 9. What will happen in the lives of those who have been given this new heart? (D. 64), Ezekiel 36:26-27 They will become friends of all men. Matthew 5:13-16 They will submit to God’s will and Acts 2:37-47 cease resisting evil. They will bear fruit in their lives by transforming the world around them by their good works. They will stand in the breach between the poor and the landowners. 10, How do Marxist liberation theologians say that men must be saved?