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rons June 12th, 2014 4:22pm

If we were a truly democratically ruled would we be a Christian theocracy?

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isaacorr
06/12/14 8:57 pm

Quick note here, regarding shellfish and multifabric clothes. That's part of the law of Moses, which Christ fulfilled. Which means it is not needed to be practiced.

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droo Santa Barbara
06/12/14 9:34 am

accepted a Christian theocracy, it'd be illegal for them to divorce, have homosexual sex and sex before marriage, drink, smoke, eat shellfish, work on the Sabbath, commit adultery, wear any modern brands due to their multi-fiber cloths, lie, use God

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rons Thanks America
06/12/14 12:27 pm

That's why I said IF we were! I know were a republic. But a democracy is majority rule.

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RINOTom Peoria, IL
06/12/14 4:04 pm

No. Though an overwhelming majority of Americans are Christians, I believe most of them (me included) still believe in the ideal of separating church and state.

droo Santa Barbara
06/12/14 9:32 am

Nope. I'd say out of the 75% of Americans who profess to be Christian, more than half of them are apathetic concerning their faith, don't attend church regularly (except on holidays), and don't know squat about the Bible except for John 3:16. If they

ozzy
06/12/14 11:28 am

But we are not a democracy

rons Thanks America
06/12/14 9:34 am

I agree. most Christian would not was a theocratic government.

droo Santa Barbara
06/12/14 9:36 am

's name in vain ("Oh my God!"), not give up 10% of their income to the Church, marry anyone who isn't a Christian, etc. etc. etc.

The Christians who would accept such a state are the crazies you see on TV.

Dazey Beagles Rule
06/12/14 10:33 am

Not sure that we would, but that's definitely a possibility for any majority rules issue.

Arkansas123 Neoconservative
06/12/14 8:02 pm

No, I doubt it. Under the current system, people almost never elect clerics to be their congressmen.