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There Should Be No Liberty From Real Divine Law!

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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on October 2, 2001 18:20:08 UTC

To all,

Jisbond has revealed his true feelings with one line.

See Ultra Liberalism = Slef-inflicted Terror posted at

Mohamad Isa Mirisam (aka Jisbond) says, "... when in fact there should be no liberty from real divine law(s)."

Right there is the crux of the terrorist's position. Who among you knows what the *real* divine laws are? I say if the laws are truly divine, then you can't break them and no enforcement is necessary! Anyone who feels they have the right to enforce "divine law" because it is *divine* is not to be trusted.

Of course, this is only an opinion!

Have fun -- Dick

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