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Regarding the Common Law

iamsomedude
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"The common law derives from the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people, framed by mutual confidence, and sanctioned by the light of reason." … US Dept of Justice

This is TOO damn easy for this just drips with Luciefrian rhetoric.

Derives from the will of mankind? Maxim of law: the INCLUSION of one is the EXCLUSION of another, this if common law derives from the will of mankind, it does not derive from the will of God for the inclusion of one (will of mankind) EXCLUDED the other (will of God), thus the common law as people so much LOVE is Satanic for it REJECTS God by the very nature of not including such.

Issuing from the life of the people? So, the Will of mankind give rise to the common law that then is given life by the Life the people? Ok, so if the people live by the Will of mankind, then their Life is not lived for God, because the inclusion of one is the exclusion of another, thus the common law as people so much LOVE is Satanic for it REJECTS God by the very nature of not including such.

Framed by mutual confidence? With whom? If the foundation be the will of mankind, then trust with man NOT God Almighty ... again, the inclusion of one is the exclusion of another: if it is not trust with God, then it is trust with something other than God, thus the common law as people so much LOVE is Satanic for it REJECTS God by the very nature of not including such.

Sanctioned by the light of reason? reason with what? The will of mankind? How is that even REMOTELY possible? Does ALL of mankind get a say? Who determines the REASON? ... again, the inclusion of one is the exclusion of another: if reason did not begin with Christ as its foundation, then anything built upon that foundation can never be of God, thus the common law as people so much LOVE is Satanic for it REJECTS God by the very nature of not including such.

If man's will be the source and trust only in man, then it appears some man is the reason and if man is the reason, how can one reconcile this with God's Word as written, for example, in Psalm 146:3?

"Do not trust in princes, In mortal man, in whom there is no salvation" 


It appears everyone's treasured Common Law is nothing but an homage to Satan, much like Ash Wednesday and, by extension, Fat Tuesday.
~ Boris

We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims;
Resistance is futile.

If you think you can, you are correct.
If you think you can't, you are correct.
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Re: Regarding the Common Law

iamsomedude
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... unless the people MAKE God's Divine Law the Law ordinary (ie: common amongst all).
~ Boris

We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims;
Resistance is futile.

If you think you can, you are correct.
If you think you can't, you are correct.